FY2016-17 Budget Final

ACTIVITY SUMMARY

PROGRAM/ACTIVITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

DEPARTMENT

ACCOUNT

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

101-001-014

* Inspect permitted retail food establishments. Permitted retail food establishments are categorized according to risk factors involved with food preparation. High risk establishments perform extensive preparation of potentially hazardous foods and serve on reusable tableware. Medium risk establishments perform limited preparation of potentially hazardous foods and serve on disposable tableware. Low risk establishments serve primarily pre-packaged foods with no on-site preparation. Permitted food establishments include; restaurants, daycares, schools, hospitals and retail food stores. * Inspect foster homes by request. * Inspect public and semi-public swimming pools. This function is seasonal and includes swimming pools/spas at the following facilities: hotels, homeowner associations, multi-family facilities and health clubs. * Provide necessary health-related training. This includes food-handler card training, food manager certification, swimming pool certification and public education. * Issue inspection-based permits and training certificates/cards. PERFORMANCE MEASURES/SERVICE LEVELS MISSION/PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Environmental Health's mission is to protect the health of the general public by minimizing the risk of disease and injury via consumer protection programs such as the inspection of food service establishments, day care centers, foster homes and public/semi-public swimming pools. Environmental Health directly intervenes in disease transmission by investigating all communicable disease cases within the City and by controlling insect and rodent vectors in neighborhoods. The Division protects the environment by minimizing pollution sources through inspecting commercial facilities, responding to hazardous material spills and managing the City's household hazardous waste program. The Environmental Health Division also provides necessary health- related training. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

FY 2014 Actuals

FY 2015 Actuals

FY 2016 Target

FY 2017 Target

Quantifiable Factor(s)

Activity Demand/Workload Number of retail food establishments

171

175

194

200

Number of public and semi-public swimming pools

28 65 32

28 70 32

28 65 32

28 65 32

Number of registered foster homes

Number of health-related training courses hosted

Efficiency/Effectiveness Measures M&O budget per capita M&O budget % of General Fund budget

$2.04 0.31%

$2.28 0.36%

$2.70 0.41%

$2.41 0.34%

1.60

2.05

2.05

2.50

Number of inspections per permitted food establishment

Average number of violations found and corrected per swimming pool inspection Average number of violation found and corrected per foster home inspection

4.4

4.2

4

4

1.36

1.40

1.50

1.40

Average number of attendees per health related training

11.2

12.3

12

12

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