Salt Lake Valley Health Department
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Food Handler Classes
- Materials for Restaurant Managers
- Residential Day Care Inspection Information
- Restaurant and Food Service Inspection Results
- Food Service Actions (Closures)
- Temporary Mass Gatherings
- Temporary Food Events
Bureau of Food Protection
788 East Woodoak Lane (5380 South)
Murray, Utah 84107-6379
Congratulations to the hard-working employees in SLVHD's Bureau of Food Protection for receiving the Crumbine Award! The Crumbine is a prestigious national award given annually to a local health jurisdiction that demonstrates excellence and continual improvement in a comprehensive food protection program.
Since the award's creation in 1955, SLVHD has been honored three times (1959, 1967, and 2012)---one of only two health districts in the nation (along with San Diego County, California) to be a triple winner.
About the Bureau of Food Protection
The Salt Lake Valley Health Department Bureau of Food Protection regulates food service establishments including restaurants, delis, food carts, cafeterias, caterers, concession stands and various other businesses and organizations that engage in food preparation and service.
The bureau also regulates temporary food events (booths) and temporary mass gatherings. Extensive food safety education is provided to food business owners, community organizations and the general public on a regular basis.
Learn more about programs and activities conducted by the Bureau of Food Protection.
Temporary Mass Gatherings (Permits)