Health Services Metrics
The Health Services division oversees the permitting and inspection all food establishment types including restaurants, mobile food vendors, temporary food establishments, and snow cone stands. Inspection frequencies are based upon the public health risks associated with each type of establishment. The division also oversees the city's cross-connection control (backflow) program, the registration of liquid waste haulers, and helps administer the mosquito and public pool inspection programs.
The chart to the left displays the number of restaurant inspections conducted by the Sanitarians in the last 12 months. Restaurant inspections are conducted routinely between one and four times annually depending on an establishment's operations. Reinspections may be required if a violation is found though they are not common, as evidenced by the chart.
It's important to note that restaurants may still "pass" an inspection even if violations are found. On a score scale of 0-100, restaurants that score below a 70 "fail" and must cease operations until all critical violations are corrected.
* Please note that new businesses are not given a score on their first health inspection. Also, General Cart Vendors and Mobile Vendors are only given a "Pass or Fail" score each time they are inspected, these businesses are not included in these metrics.
Other Health Inspections
conducted in the last 90 days
The numbers and graphs below update in real-time.
Public Pool/Spa Inspections
Check out Lewisville's Newest Restaurants!
The list to the left shows all the new restaurants that have received a certificate of occupancy in the last 90 days. Please note that these restaurants may not be open for business just yet. We recommend checking with the establishment directly to confirm operating hours.
Staffing Levels per Division
Most metrics are updated daily.