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The goal of the Environmental Health Unit is to protect and promote public health by licensing and inspecting establishments, while also educating operators to ensure compliance with county and state regulations.
For information on how to apply for a license, call (920) 448-6400.
2022-2023 Fee Schedule
Retail food and recreation inspection reports are available online and can be accessed here.
Pay your licensing fees HERE.
FEE INFORMATION FOR THE JULY 01, 2022 – JUNE 30, 2023 LICENSING YEAR
What is ARPA?
Due to the federal America Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars, the Brown County Public Health Division will be waiving renewal fees for existing non-government establishments and pre-inspection fees for new non-government establishments for one licensing year.
Who is eligible?
Non-government facilities (e.g., restaurants, retail food, tourist rooming houses, mobiles, taverns, body art, hotels/motels, campgrounds, mobile home parks) in Brown County Public Health’s jurisdiction.
Who is not eligible?
Public sector licenses (government-owned establishments, schools, etc.).
What fees are excluded?
Fees that will not be waived include violation or compliance fees and previous violation late fees on file that were due at the end of the last licensing cycle (July 01, 2021 – June 30, 2022).
This can only be used once!
Fees will be waived only for renewal or new applications received April 01, 2022 – March 31, 2023 for the July 01, 2022 – June 30, 2023 license year.
If your fee has been waived, a “DO NOT PAY” stamp will be present on your license.
If your fees are excluded due to reasons noted above, the amount due will be reflected on the license renewal.
CLICK HERE for frequently asked questions.
In accordance with ATCP 75.075, "An applicant or license owner of a new or extensively remodeled
retail food establishment shall submit a retail food establishment plan to the department or its agent.
The department or its agent may require an applicant or license holder to submit this document when
a change of ownership has occurred. An applicant or license holder shall obtain plan approval from
the department or its agent before any of the following occurs:
Operational Plan. These two documents must then be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org for
a sanitarian to review. If accepted, you will be sent a License Application. If denied, the sanitarian will
suggest changes and/or suggestions in order to improve your Plan Review Application and Operational
Incomplete forms will NOT be reviewed.
Retail Food Establishments:
Plan Review Application
Mobile Food Establishments:
Plan Review Application
Service Base Sharing Agreement
Chapter ATCP 75 - Retail Food Code
Wisconsin Food Code
Chapter ATCP 90 - Packaging and Labeling
FOOD SAFETY COURSE DIRECTORY
FOOD CODE FACT SHEETS
Contamination Plan Template
This form is to be used as a template for a clean up plan in the case of someone
vomiting or having a fecal accident onto surfaces in your food establishment. All
food establishments are required to have these procedures onsite at all time for
an employee to use in case a contamination event occurs. This plan must have
specific actions that employees must take to prevent the contamination and exposure
of employees, consumers, food, and other surfaces.
Contamination Plan Template-English
Contamination Plan Template-Español
Contamination Plan Template-Hmoob
Room Rate Cards
Emergency Assistance Cards
Dish Sanitization Sign
WI Lodging Sanitation Laws Q&As
Bed Bugs Q&As
Disclosure for Sanitizing Utensils
Jetted Tub Maintenance Guide
Brown County Carbon Monoxide Detector Guidance
Chapter ATCP 76 - Safety, Maintenance, and Operation of Public Pools and Water Attractions
First Aid Kit Supplies
|Contact:||Environmental Health Unit - Sanitarian
|Address:||2198 Glendale Ave
Green Bay, WI 54303