Broomfield Public Health and Environment issues food licenses for retail food establishments.
Renew Your License by December 31, 2023
Food establishments, including mobile units, need to renew their license with Broomfield Public Health Department every year in order to continue business. There are two steps you need to complete:
- Complete this form to update your contact information.
- Pay renewal fee by visiting the My Health Department website. Payments are due by December 31, 2023. Failure to renew your license could result in penalties or closure.
- Log into My Health Department. If you have not logged in before, you will need to sign up. Read detailed instructions on how to use My Health Department.
- Pay by credit card or electronic check. We do not accept in-person checks or payment.
If you have any questions, please call 720-887-2220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important Food Code Changes Effective January 1, 2024:
Colorado is adopting by reference the FDA 2022 Food Code beginning in 2024. Important changes include:
- A certified food protection manager (CFPM) shall be on-site at all times; when an inspection is conducted, they will serve as the person-in-charge. Failing to have a CFPM available during an inspection will result in a violation.
- Clean-up procedures for vomiting and diarrheal events shall be written and available upon request in the facility.
- Facilities shall provide written notification to consumers of any of the nine major allergens present in unpackaged food that is served or sold—notification can be physical or electronic, including: brochures, deli case or menu notifications, table tents, placards, etc.
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Retail Food Establishments
Completed packet includes all the following:
(Exception of the Individual Owner Form)
Mobile Food Establishments
Completed Packet Includes:
Cottage Food Operations
The Cottage Foods Act allows limited types of food products that are not potentially hazardous (do not require refrigeration for safety) to be sold directly to consumers without licensing or inspection. More information on the Cottage Foods Act, including eligible foods, selling practices and requirements check here Version OptionsFood LicensesHeadline.