In this page…
• Food Establishments
• Temporary Events
• Food Safety Training
• Liquor License
• Crisis Management Plan
• Missouri Fish Advisory
The Municipal Code concerning food service establishments is available online.
The term food establishment means an operation that stores, prepares, packages, serves, vends, or otherwise provides food for human consumption, such as a restaurant, central preparation facility, catered feeding location, catering operations, vending operations, and/or vehicles used to transport food.
A food service establishment that operates for a period of no more than 14 consecutive days in conjunction with a single event or celebration is the focus of this pamphlet. In other words, church suppers, fairs, farmer’s markets, or other similar celebrations would be considered temporary events if they are advertised as open to the general public. Bake sales offering only non-potentially hazardous foods are exempt from inspection, but require notification to the Health Department.
Food Safety Training
- Joplin Police Department License Application Form
- Liquor License Application Form
- Liquor Licensing Requirements Checklist
- Liquor Licensing Walk Through
Crisis Management Plans
- Boil Order
- Food Service and Retail Food Establishments Guidelines During a Power Outage
- Missouri Department of Health- Guidelines for Food Safety in Power Outages
- Sewage Backup or Flood
Missouri Fish Advisory
Annually, the Missouri Department of Health works with the Missouri Department of Conservation and other agencies to evaluate the amount of contaminants in Missouri sport-caught fish. View the 2016 Missouri Fish Advisory. To learn more about the advisory, click here...