Ever wondered about how your food is being prepared and if conditions are sanitary in the kitchen?
Pueblo Health Department has put health inspections of food establishments in Pueblo County on the Internet.
The report lists any non-critical and critical reports from the last inspection.
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The Pueblo City-County Health Department and the Pueblo WIC offices are closing at noon today due to mechanical issues, that may be affecting the cooling system. They hope to be back open for business tomorrow July, 20. more »
The Pueblo City-County Health Department inspected every food vendor at the Wild Wild West Festival in Pueblo over the weekend. We went along to watch as they checked to make sure foods were properly cooked, cold foods were kept colds and workers were using gloves and washing their hands.
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The Pueblo Board of County Commissioners announced Wednesday that it has been awarded the LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification for the new Pueblo City-County Health Department building located at 9th and Santa Fe.
"Pueblo Board of County Commissioners strived for energy savings while creating a... more »
A skunk has tested positive for rabies in Pueblo, this time in the Belmont neighborhood.
This is the second rabid skunk to be identified in Pueblo in the past month. The first skunk was on the far southside of the city.
Shylo Dennison, Public Information Officer for the... more »
The Pueblo City-County Health Department plans to hold an H1N1 Swine Flu clinic on Thursday with both nasal spray and injections.
Nasal spray arrived last week and vaccine designed for injections should be here soon, according to the Health Department.
This clinic is for pregnant women, caregivers of... more »
The Pueblo City-County Health Department says it may be forced to cut basic health services for the public. The City of Pueblo has proposed slashing its funding for the health department by 90%. Dr. Chris Nevin-Woods says that amounts to about a $900,000 dollar loss for the health department. Dr.... more »