Temporary Inspections/Licensing


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"...working to enhance our community's total well-being by promoting healthy lifestyles, protecting health, and preventing disease."

The purpose of this program is to protect public health by enforcing federal, state, and local regulations relating to the operation of temporary food service establishments.
Temporary food service operations are required to complete a Temporary Food Service Application at least 30 days prior to the date of intended operation.
Temporary food service operators must complete the Temporary Food Class. Click here for instructions and information on the class.
The Temporary Food Establishment Operations Checklist Michigan Food Law of 2000, as amended, is also available online.
Once an application has been completed, it must be returned to the Calhoun County Public Health Department for approval. Unless prior permission has been granted, all applications must be submitted in person.
An inspection will be conducted at the temporary food service location during operation.
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