Food Service Licensing
The Environmental Health Division of the Western UP Health Department licenses more than 400 food service establishments in 5 counties (Houghton, Baraga, Keweenaw, Ontonagon & Gogebic). Licensed establishment agree to follow the rules presented in the Michigan Modified 2009 Food Code and the Michigan Food Law of 2000.
In addition to permanent food service sites, the environmental health division also licenses temporary establishments. Temporary Food Licenses are required for operations that serve potentially hazardous food to the public for 14 consecutive days or less. Environmental Health issues these licenses on an as needed basis after an on-site inspection.
Please see below for a list of available food service-related forms and documents.
- 2017/2018 Food Service License Application (1 Year)
- Temporary Food Service License Application updated 7/14/14
- 2017 EH Fee Schedule updated 3/28/17
- Temporary Food License Fee Guidance updated 6/1/16
- Temporary Food Service Establishment–Food Safety & Licensing Guide new 12/23/14
- Temporary Food Operations Checklist
- Pre-Event Temporary Food Checklist
- Temporary Food Safety Tips
- Temporary Food Poster
Michigan Food Law of 2000 *as amended*