See how your go-to restaurant, daycare, or salon in Peel ranks when it comes to health regulations before booking that reservation or charging your credit card.
A new portal has been launched by Peel Public Health, displaying inspection results for 5,668 retail food services and 1,250 personal service settings, including hairdressing, manicures, tattooing and piercing, daycares, catering services, banquet halls and food stores.
“Residents of Peel have such a wealth of options when it comes to restaurants and personal services that deciding where to go can be overwhelming,” said director of environmental health Paul Callanan.
“The health inspections portal is another tool they can use to help them make an informed choice.”
Businesses in Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon are inspected to prevent the spread of food-borne illness, such as salmonella or norovirus, or blood-borne infections such as hepatitis B and C.
Since the Region of Peel Personal services settings by-law came into effect on Jan. 1, 2015, inspections have resulted in officials issuing 1,225 green/pass signs, 45 yellow/conditional pass signs, three red/service(s) closures and two charges.
Phone 905-799-7700 to report a complaint and speak with a public health inspector.