CLICK HERE to view Ch. 22 Art. II. - FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS in the City of Seguin Code of Ordinances.
- Food Establishment Permits and Inspections.
- The issuance of On-Site sewage facilities permits and inspections.
Retail Food Establishment Inspection Reports
The City of Seguin Planning/Codes Department is responsible for performing inspections at retail food establishments. Each retail food establishment operating in the city of Seguin is subject to routine inspections every six months. Retail food establishments include a variety of locations, including:
- school cafeterias
- grocery stores
- convenience stores
- hotels, and
If an establishment receives an unacceptable score, a re-inspection is required and corrections must be made to bring the score into the acceptable range in accordance with the Texas Food Establishment Rules. If subsequent inspections scores are unacceptable, compliance actions will be taken.
The information on this site is designed to give consumers an indication of a food establishment's sanitation level during a routine inspection performed by the Planning/Codes Department. The inspection results provide consumers a look at an establishment's sanitation and procedures at the time of the inspection. It should not be assumed that the inspection results reflect how an establishment always operates. Consumers may draw their own conclusions from the information on this site.
While every effort is made to keep the information on this website accurate and up-to-date, the City of Seguin is not responsible for discrepancies between information posted here and Restaurant Inspection Reports on file at food establishment premises.
- Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) - Retail Food Establishments
- Texas Food Establishment Rules
- City of Seguin Code of Ordinances for Food Service Establishments and Mobile Food Vendors
On-Site Sewage Facilities
The City of Seguin Health Department serves as the authorized agent to implement and enforce rules adopted under Texas Health and Safety Code, by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
The Health Department performs plan reviews for new systems, inspects new septic installations, and investigates complaints on existing systems that may be failing, or working improperly. Please contact the Health Department for questions concerning new or existing septic systems.
- Planning Materials for Aerobic Systems (PDF)
- Planning Materials for Non Aerobic Systems (PDF)
- Application for Authorization to construct an OSSF (PDF)
Prevent mosquito bites and protect yourself from the illnesses they spread. The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offer advice on how to reduce exposure to mosquito-borne illnesses.