Fraser Health's Restaurant Health Inspection Reports, Beach Closures and Boil Water Advisories


Fraser Health in British Columbia displays their complete Restaurant Health Inspection Reports. They also list current beach closures and boil water advisories.






The above links will take you to their website. Once there, to view beach closures you will need to click on Recreational Water and then Current Beach Closures. To view boil water advisories you will need to click on Drinking Water and then Current Boil Water Advisories.

Fraser Health uses a colour-code risk system to rate each restaurant based on the last health inspection result.

LOW demonstrates a general standard of compliance with the B.C. Food Premises Regulation and the health inspector has determined there are no food safety issues that require immediate corrective action.

MODERATE demonstrates there may be some food handling and/or operational problems, but in general the food premises is mostly in compliance with the B.C. Food Premises Regulation. The noted problems need to be addressed promptly, though.

HIGH - There are problems related to food handling and/or operation that may present a significant risk to the public health and the health inspector has required immediate action be taken by the operator to correct it. Non-compliance with the direction of the health inspector my lead to the issuing of a work order or possibly closure of the food premises.

Inspection reports are also available for public drinking water systems and for commercial and public swimming pools, hot tubs and water spray parks. Tobacco enforcement officers also regularly conduct inspections and compliance checks.

During the season of the year when outdoor recreational water activities, such as swimming, is likely to occur, Environmental Health Officers oversee the sampling of beach water at public and privately owned beaches to ensure the water quality is safe for these activities. are posted on their website.  

Although the above inspection reports are available on their website, inspectors also approve and enforce the installation of on-site sewage disposal systems, provide comment to municipalities on land use and development activities, provide guidance and information on what to do in the event of an emergency or natural disaster such as a flood, earthquake, poor air or water quality, forest fire or a pandemic.

Inspectors may also inspect rental housing and other accommodations to ensure they are maintained in good repair and operated in a manner that provides a safe and healthy environment. Current beach sampling results are posted on their website.

Although the above inspection reports are available on their website, inspectors also approve and enforce the installation of on-site sewage disposal systems, provide comment to municipalities on land use and development activities, provide guidance and information on what to do in the event of an emergency or natural disaster such as a flood, earthquake, poor air or water quality, forest fire or a pandemic.

Fraser Health Inspectors may also inspect rental housing and other accommodations to ensure they are maintained in good repair and operated in a manner that provides a safe and healthy environment.

Communities located in the Fraser Health region: Abbotsford, Agassiz, Aldergrove, Anmore, Belcarra, Boston Bar, Bradner, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Clayburn, Coquitlam, Cultus Lake, Delta, Deroche, Dewdney, Fort Langley, Harrison Hot Springs, Harrison Mills, Hope, Lake Errock, Langley, Langley City, Manning Park, Maple Ridge, Mission, New Westminster, North Bend, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Rosedale, Surrey, White Rock, Yale, Yarrow.

Beaches located in this health region: Barnet Marine Park Beach, Boundary Bay, Crescent Beach, Maple Beach, Mistake Bay, Semiahmoo Park, White Rock Beach.

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