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Food Service

***Late fees for CHS occupational and establishment licenses have been waived during the Governor's Declaration of Emergency per emergency rules drafted by the Department. Late fees will return at the expiration of the Declaration of Emergency.

COVID-19 Guidance

Guidance to assist food establishments reopening to the public after restrictions from the Governor’s Executive Order are lifted. Dine-in service may resume* (with restrictions) on May 1st.

Please check with your local municipality for rules related to reopening, as they may have additional requirements.

*Note: Bars are listed to reopen during Phase 2 (goal of May 15th) at reduced capacity with physical distancing measures. “Bars” are defined as standalone establishments that primarily serve alcohol (65% or more total sales derive from alcohol). This does not prevent restaurant bars from operating if they are following the restaurant guidance linked above.

The food service inspection program is for the protection of the consumer and of all food goods sold in the state. Its purpose is to reduce the incidence of food-borne illness and provide for a sanitary environment in food service establishments. 

There are three main categories of food facility:

Effective November 1, 2019 - Changes to O.S. §63-1-1118 Sellers of Food (Retail) and O.S. §63-1-1119 Sellers of Food (Manufacturing) 

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Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Consumer Health Service
Oklahoma State Department of Health
PO Box 268815                  
Oklahoma City, OK 73126 

Physical Location:
Consumer Health Service
Oklahoma State Department of Health
123 Robert S. Kerr Ave., Ste 1702
Oklahoma City, OK 731

Contact Information:
Phone: (405) 426-8250
Fax:     (405) 900-7557