The Division of Consumer Environmental Health (CEH) protects the health, safety, and consumer rights of those who live, work, or visit in Milwaukee. By conducting inspections of food service establishments and events, tattoo and body art facilities, and establishments that sell items by weight, the Division promotes safe practices, prevents the potential spread of disease, and assures that consumers receive the amount of goods they pay for.
Food Safety & Inspection
The food inspection program conducts annual and periodic inspections of food service establishments, mobile vendors, and temporary events. Specialists also provide food safety training and consultations,review plans and conduct pre-occupancy inspections.
Mobile Food Webinars 2022
Please join us virtually (using GoToWebinar) for a Mobile Food Summit informational session. For new and existing operators- Learn about structural requirements for mobile units, parking rules, & the licensing process. Use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.
English April 6th 10:30am
Spanish April 7th 10:30am
Live question / answer after each session. Recorded webinars and Q&A will be posted for reference following the sessions. Click the link above to register yourself for preferred session.
New Wisconsin Food Code in Effect 10-25-2020
Wisconsin has an updated food code. The WI Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection has published a series of webinars and fact sheets to provide information about the updated food code. In addition you can register for Q&A Webinars from the above link.
Bed & Breakfast Establishments
A Bed & Breakfast Establishment is defined as any place of lodging that provides 8 or fewer rooms for rent to no more than a total of 20 tourists for more than 10 nights in a 12-month period, is the owner's personal residence, is occupied by the owner at the time of rental, and in which the only meal served to guests is breakfast.
Tattoos & Body Piercing
Inspectors work to decrease the risk of bloodborne diseases such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, or HIV from tattoo or body art practices, inspections are conducted to assure that tattoo, permanent makeup, and/or body piercings are done in a sanitary and sterile manner.
Weights & Measures
The Weights & Measures Program works to protect Milwaukee consumers’ pocketbooks by monitoring retail businesses to assure that devices such as scales and scanners are accurately determining the price of goods sold by weight and gas meters are dispensing the correct volume.
Use the form below to submit concerns with any food establishment, weights and measures device (gas pump, scale), and tattoo or body art facility. To submit a complaint regarding an establishment outside the City of Milwaukee, please contact your local health department.
File a Complaint