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Environmental Health at Lilly Road is open for
limited in-person services from 9:00am - 4:00pm.

To ensure availability of staff, please contact our office.
Lilly Road - Contact Information for Environmental Health [PDF]

We will update this website as more information becomes available.


Updated 7/8/2021
On June 30, Washington State reopened under the Washington Ready plan. All industry sectors previously covered by the Roadmap to Recovery or the Safe Start Plan (with the limited exceptions noted below) may return to usual capacity and operations.
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Current Information on COVID-19
(Thurston County)

NEW We are currently accepting temporary event applications (with some restrictions) but they do require additional COVID-19 questions/information to be submitted, please see the applications below.

(Farmers' Market applications are separate and are accepted.)

Questions? 360-867-2667 or

The Health Department conducts periodic inspections of food establishments to help prevent the spread and reduce the risk of food borne illnesses. Violations are corrected through a combination of education and technical assistance.

Our food service inspection reports are available through The Olympian newspaper or you may request copies of inspections from our office by completing a Request for Public Information Form [PDF].

* Processing fees apply to all payments by credit card.

The Food Safety Program also offers the following:


Food Workers

In-Person classes have been cancelled! See the class schedule below for information about the online class.

Temporary Food Service

The Health Dept conducts field inspections at community events to help prevent the occurrence of food borne outbreaks from temporary food service providers.

Restaurant Inspections

Search for the latest restaurant inspection results by business name or look at the most recent inspection results.

Food Plan Reviews

Ensures that when a food service establishment opens for business the proper building materials are used, adequate and approved food service equipment is installed, and food supplies are obtained from approved sources.

Farmers' Markets

The Health Dept approves farmers' market locations and permits market vendors, ensuring that food safety standards are met. Not for The Olympia Farmer's Market - Call 360-867-2667 instead for more information.

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This page last updated: 07/09/21