Restaurant Inspection Scores

City of Cleburne Health Inspectors conduct routine scored inspections a minimum of two times a year. These inspections are to ensure the health and safety of our community and try to prevent illness. The inspections are required by the Texas Department of State Health Services and follow the Texas Food Establishment Rules and city ordinances. Inspectors also conduct complaint inspections, follow up inspections, or foodborne illness inspections. The inspection process consists of a 47-line item inspection form, which entails hundreds of possible violations ranging from temperature issues, improper handling of food, improper hygiene, employees lacking certifications, pest infestations, cleanliness, building maintenance, and more.

Restaurants are required by the city ordinance, to post their most recent inspection report in public view. The scoring is demerit type. Therefore, if an establishment exceeds 30 demerits (Score below 70), it shall initiate immediate corrective action on all noted priority violations and/or immediate closure of establishment if imminent health hazards are observed. 

July 2020 Inspection Scores                                             February 2021 Inspection Scores 

 August 2020 Inspection Scores                                       March 2021 Inspection Scores    

September 2020 Inspection Scores                                 April 2021 Inspection Scores     

October 2020 Inspection Scores                                     May 2021 Inspection Scores       

November 2020 Inspection Scores                                 June 2021 Inspection Scores      

December 2020 Inspection Scores                                 July 2021 Inspection Scores       

January 2021 Inspection Scores                                    August 2021 Inspection Scores