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A general complaint or a foodborne illness report concerning a public food service or lodging establishment.

File a Complaint Online

Printable Forms

Consumer Complaint FormPDF
DBPR HR 7003, form available to the public for making complaints concerning public food service establishments, public lodging establishments or elevators in Florida.

Foodborne Illness Complaint FormPDF
DBPR HR 7004, form available to the public for reporting instances of foodborne illness resulting from eating a public food service establishment in Florida.

For seating restaurants; take-out/delivery or food courts (non-seating); caterers; mobile food dispensing vehicles; hot dog carts; and theme park food carts

Plan review is required for public food service establishments that are:

  • Newly built,
  • Converted from another use,
  • Remodeled, or
  • Re-opened after being closed at least 1 year.

Additional information about the plan review process including variances is available on the plan review page. If you are not sure if your public food service establishment needs a plan review, please call the Customer Contact Center at 850.487.1395.

Plan Review RequirementsPlan Review Requirements
DBPR Form HR 5030-082, cut-sheet used by Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ inspectors to inform food service establishment operators of the minimum plan review requirements.
Plan Review Application Forms
To apply for a plan review online or using a paper application, please click this APPLY link. For a complete list of food service paper/pdf applications see the section directly below, “Food Service Forms and Publications”.

Food Service

Applications – Permanent Food Service:
HR-7005 Application for Plan Review – HR-7005 Application for Plan Review / Packet with Instructions
Plan review application for seating, non-seating, or catering establishments. Application is appropriate for existing remodels or new establishments that plan to apply for a license later.

HR-7007 Application for Food Service License – HR-7007 Application for Food Service License / Packet with Instructions
License application for any food service license type. Application is appropriate for change of ownerships, shared kitchens or new establishments that have already completed plan review.

HR-7030 Application for Food Service Combo – HR-7030 Application for Food Service Combo / Packet with Instructions
License and plan review combo application for food service establishments. Application is appropriate for new establishments, new construction and change of ownerships with remodel.

Applications – Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicles: Food Trucks & Hot Dog Carts
HR-7006 Application for Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Plan Review – HR-7006 Application for Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Plan Review / Packet with Instructions
Plan review application for food vehicles. Application is appropriate for existing remodels and new vehicles or carts that plan to apply for a license later.

HR-7007 Application for Food Service License – HR-7007 Application for Food Service License / Packet with Instructions
License application for any food service license type. Application is appropriate for change of ownerships, shared kitchens or new establishments that have already completed plan review.

HR-7031 Applications for Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Combo – HR-7031 Applications for Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Combo / Packet with Instructions
License and plan review combo application for food vehicles. Application is appropriate for new carts or vehicles and change of ownerships with remodel.

Alternative Operating Procedure (AOP) ApplicationAlternative Operating Procedure (AOP) Application Word / Alternative Operating Procedure (AOP) Application PDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-049, is a content guide for public food service establishment operators to use to apply for an alternative operating procedure for minimum bare hand contact provided in the US Food and Drug Administration Food Code, Section 3-301.11. This form is meant to be a guide for proper application of an AOP, but is not required. The division will accept an AOP application in another format as long as all pertinent information is provided.

Alternative Operating Procedure ChecklistAlternative Operating Procedure Checklist PDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-056, form used by Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ inspectors to record compliance with alternative procedure for minimum bare hand contact provided in the US Food and Drug Administration Food Code, Section 3-301.11.

Boil Water Notice GuidelinesBoil Water Notice Guidelines PDF
This special bulletin was developed in cooperation with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Florida Department of Health to provide procedures observed while a “BOIL WATER NOTICE” is in effect.

Catering BrochureCatering Brochure
DBPR Form HR 5030-037, Guide to Public Food Service Establishment Catering Establishments, a brochure explaining licensing requirements for caterers.

Catering Brochure (En Espanol) – Catering Brochure (En Espanol)
DBPR Form HR 5030-282, Guide to Public Food Service Establishment Catering Establishments, a brochure explaining licensing requirements for caterers.

Commissary NotificationCommissary Notification Word / Commissary Notification PDF
Form DBPR HR-7022. A commissary is a commercial establishment which provides required services to the mobile food dispensing vehicle. All mobile food dispensing vehicles that are not self-sufficient must use a commissary. At a minimum, the commissary provides for acquisition of potable water and the disposal of wastewater. The division is unable to approve plans for hot dog carts or mobile food dispensing vehicles that are not self-sufficient without this form. For more information regarding plan review, see our plan review page or our APPLY link.

Employee Health ResponsibilityEmployee Health Responsibility
DBPR Form HR 5030-039, a guide explaining an operator’s Employee Heath Responsibilities.

Employee Health is the Manager’s ResponsibilityEmployee Health is Manager’s Responsibility
DBPR Form HR 5030-101, sign to remind food service establishment managers when to exclude or restrict employees from handling food, equipment and utensils.

Employee Health Reporting AgreementEmployee Health Reporting Agreement / Employee Health reporting Agreement Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5030-103 (Spanish HR 5030-203) , an optional agreement for Employee Health Reporting.

Food Allergen Awareness – Food Allergen Awareness English / Food Allergen Awareness Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5030-038, informational guide on Food Allergen Awareness.

Food Manager CertificationFood Manager Certification Handout
DBPR Form HR 5030-080, cut-sheet used by Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ inspectors to remind licensees of food manager requirement.

Food Recovery Resource GuideFood Recovery Resource Guide
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services guide to organizations that have indicated their interest in participating in the Food Recovery Program, to provide surplus or excess canned or perishable food for the needy or collect and transport food to such organizations.

Food Service Inspection ReportFood Service Inspection Report
DBPR Form HR 5022-015, sample of form used by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants to record inspections at public food service establishments.

Highly Susceptible Populations (HSP) Fact SheetHighly Susceptible Populations (HSP) Fact Sheet
DBPR Form HR 5022-044, informational fact sheet on the restrictions for serving Highly Susceptible Populations (HSPs).

Licensing Forms

New Operator’s Training GuideNew Operator’s Training Guide

Non-Continuous (Partial) Cooking GuideNon-Continuous (Partial) Cooking Guide English
DBPR Form HR 5022-102, informational guide for operators using Non-Continuous Cooking.

Non-Continuous (Partial) Cooking ApplicationNon-Continuous (Partial) Cooking Application Word / Non-Continuous (Partial) Cooking Application PDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-101, is a content guide and sample application for public food service establishment operators to use in developing a written plan to use non-continuous cooking for raw animal foods as provided in the US Food and Drug Administration Food Code, Section 3-401.14. This form is meant to be guide for proper application of partial cooking, but is not required. The division will accept this in another format as long as all pertinent information is provided.

Risk Factors and Food Code InterventionsRisk Factors and Food Code Interventions English / Risk Factors and Food Code Interventions Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5022-089 (English) and 5022-289 (Spanish) , a guide to important food preparation practices and behaviors that increase the chance of foodborne illness.

Safe Handling of GyrosSafe Handling of Gyros
DBPR Form HR 5022-098, a guide available to restaurants that serve gyros to ensure proper and safe preparation and handling.

Safe Restaurant Operations BrochureSafe Restaurant Operations Brochure
DBPR Form HR 5030-097, a brochure containing important information about protecting customers and operating a restaurant in a safe and legal way.

Seating Change Evaluation – Seating Change Evaluation
DBPR From HR 5021-103, a form to be completed by public food service establishments requesting an increase in seating capacity. Completion of this form by local authorities ensures that sewage and fire safety are evaluated before expanding operations. This is not a required form as the division will accept this in another format as long as all pertinent information is provided.

Stop Sale OrderStop Sale Order
DBPR Form HR 5022-043, sample of the form used by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants to stop the sale of unsafe foods at public food service establishments.

Temporary Food Service Event GuideEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5030-034, informational guide for sponsors and vendors participating in temporary food service events in Florida.

Thermometer Calibration GuideThermometer Calibration Guide English / Thermometer Calibration Guide Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-062 (English) and 5030-065 (Spanish), informational guide for use and calibration of food thermometers.

Time as a Public Health Control GuidePublic Health Control Guide English
DBPR Form HR 5022-100, informational guide for operators using Time as a Public Health Control.

Time as a Public Health Control ApplicationTime as a Public Health Control Application Word / Time as a Public Health Control Application / Time as a Public Health Control Application Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5022-090, is a content guide and sample application for public food service establishment operators to use in developing a written plan to apply time as a public health control for potentially hazardous foods as provided in the US Food and Drug Administration Food Code, Section 3-501.19. This form is meant to be guide for proper application of time alone, but is not required. The division will accept this in another format as long as all pertinent information is provided.

Vibrio vulnificus and Raw Oysters: Are you at risk? – Vibrio vulnificus and Raw Oysters Risk Guide
DBPR Form HR 5025-409, Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ brochure concerning bacteria derived from raw oysters.

Licensing Inspection Checklists

Fixed Public Food Service Opening/Licensing Inspection ChecklistFixed Public Food Service Opening/Licensing Inspection Checklist
DBPR Form HR 5024-017, helpful checklist for operators of new establishments to ensure they are ready for opening inspection.

Fixed Public Food Service Remodel Inspection ChecklistFixed Public Food Service Remodel Inspection Checklist
DBPR Form HR 5024-018, helpful checklist for operators of remodeled establishments to ensure they are ready for inspection.

Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Opening/Licensing Inspection ChecklistMobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Opening/Licensing Inspection Checklist
DBPR Form HR 5024-027, helpful checklist for operators of mobile food dispensing vehicles to ensure they are ready for licensing inspection.

Hot Dog Cart Opening/Licensing Inspection ChecklistHot Dog Cart Opening/Licensing Inspection Checklist
DBPR Form HR 5024-037, helpful checklist for operators of hot dog cart to ensure they are ready for licensing inspection.

Temporary Event Opening/Licensing Inspection ChecklistDBPR Form HR 5024-037
DBPR Form HR 5022-057, helpful checklist for operators of temporary food service events to provide quick and convenient guidance on the minimum requirements for safe operation.

Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)

HACCP Resource PageHazard Analysis Critical Control Point

HACCP OverviewHACCP Overview
DBPR Form HR 5024-062 is an annotated index of the HACCP collection.

HACCP The Process ApproachHACCP The Process Approach
This two page text from the US Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, is an overview of the HACCP process.

Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points: Basic HACCPBasic HACCP
DBPR Form HR 5025-754, Division of Hotels and Restaurants Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points brochure.

Good Retail PracticesDivision of Hotels and Restaurants Good Retail Practices brochure
DBPR Form HR 5022-086, these activities are necessary for compliance with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Food Code and are necessary in order to develop a food safety system based upon HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point).

HACCP ChartDBPR Form HR 5122-085 English / DBPR Form HR 5122-085 Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5122-085, instructions for completing HACCP Chart
DBPR Forms HR 5022-085 (English) and 5022-285 (Spanish), chart available to establishment operators for recording food temperatures during various stages of operation.

HACCP Plan VerificationHACCP Plan Verification
DBPR Form HR 5022-082, sample of form used by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants to verify Hazard Analysis/Critical Control Points plans in public food service establishments.

Consumer Advisories

Raw or Undercooked FoodsEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-081 (English) and HR 5030-281 (Spanish): This warning is suggested to be posted in all public food service establishments serving raw or undercooked meat, eggs, poultry or seafood.

Raw oystersEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5025-131 (English) and HR 5025-531 (Spanish): This warning is required to be posted in all public food service establishments serving raw oysters.

Employee Health

“Big 6” posterEnglish/ Chinese
DBPR Form HR 5030-165 provides helpful information about foodborne illnesses and management’s responsibility when dealing with sick employees.

Clean Hands Save LivesEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-113 (English) and 5030-213 (Spanish), signs available for public food service establishments to illustrate effects of poor hand washing by food workers. Also see “Twenty Seconds Could Save a Life” below.

Clean-up of Vomiting and Diarrheal Events – PDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-104, available for public food service establishments to help safely clean up after a sickness event.

Did You Know?English / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-161 (English) and 5030-261 (Spanish) provide helpful facts about employee health and sanitation.

Food Allergen Awareness – Food Allergen Awareness English / Food Allergen Awareness Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5030-038, informational guide on Food Allergen Awareness.

Employee Health ResponsibilityEmployee Health Responsibility
DBPR Form HR 5030-039, a guide explaining an operator’s Employee Heath Responsibilities.

Employee Health is the Manager’s ResponsibilityEmployee Health is Manager’s Responsibility
DBPR Form HR 5030-101, sign to remind food service establishment managers when to exclude or restrict employees from handling food, equipment and utensils.

Employee Health Reporting AgreementEmployee Health Reporting Agreement / Employee Health reporting Agreement Spanish
DBPR Form HR 5030-103 (Spanish HR 5030-203) , an optional agreement for Employee Health Reporting.

FDA Resources – FDA Signs
Posters provided by the US Food and Drug Administration regarding sick food service workers.

Hepatitis-A, The FactsEnglish/ Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5025-149 (English) and 5025-549 (Spanish) are full page information sheets about Hepatitis-A, what it is, how to tell, how to prevent spread, and treatment.

Stop the Spread of Foodborne IllnessEnglish/ Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-160 (English) and 5030-260 (Spanish), signs available for public food service establishments to guide food workers with symptoms of illness and prevent contamination, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Twenty Seconds Could Save a Life – English / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-112 (English) and 5030-212 (Spanish), signs available for public food service establishments to illustrate effects of poor hand washing by food workers. Also see “Clean Hands Save Lives” above.

Good Retail Practices /Miscellaneous

Heimlich Maneuver  – Section 509.213(1), Florida Statutes: “Every public food service establishment shall post a sign which illustrates and describes the Heimlich Maneuver procedure for rendering emergency first aid to a choking victim in a conspicuous place in the establishment accessible to employees.”

No Smoking Except in Designated AreasEnglish/ Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-107 (English) and 5030-207 (Spanish), signs available for public food service and lodging establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Smoking PermittedEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-155 (English) and 5030-255 (Spanish), signs available for public food service and lodging establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Handwashing and Good Hygienic Practices

Cleaning Procedures for Vomit or Diarrhea – The Water Quality & Health Council provides posters on cleaning and disinfecting areas contaminated by vomit or diarrhea, available in English, Spanish, or French. Additional resources regarding cleaning and sanitization are available on their website.

Don’t Serve Illness – version 1PDF
DBPR Form HR 5025-132 is a food safety poster defining the CARE system: Clean, Avoid, Report, Educate.

Don’t Serve Illness – version 2PDF
DBPR Form HR 5025-133 is another version of the poster above defining the CARE system: Clean, Avoid, Report, Educate.

Employees Must Wash Hands Before LeavingEnglish/ Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-111 (English) and 5030-211 (Spanish), signs available for public food service and lodging establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

FDA Resources – FDA Signs
Posters provided by the US Food and Drug Administration regarding handwashing and good hygienic practices.

Food Safety… It’s In Your HandsEnglish
DBPR Form HR 5030-157 (English) sign available for public food service and lodging establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Food Safety… It’s In Your Hands – Alternate planEnglish/ Spanish/ Creole / Chinese
DBPR Forms HR 5030-158 (English), 5030-258 (Spanish), 5030-858 (Creole) and 5030-958 (Chinese), signs available for public food service and lodging establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Handwashing PledgePDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-073, sign available for public food service establishments to post reminding employees of the importance of proper hygiene in handling food, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

When You Wear Gloves, Wear Gloves the Right WayEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-159 (English) and 5030-259 (Spanish), signs available for public food service establishments, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Protecting Food from Cross Contamination

The “Big 6” Foodborne IllnessesEnglish color / English black & white/ Spanish color / Spanish black & whiteChinese color / Chinese black & white
DBPR Form HR 5030-100 (English) and 5030-200 (Spanish), sign describing most common foodborne illnesses, incubation period, symptoms and prevention.

Safe Refrigerator StorageEnglish color/ Spanish color
DBPR Form HR 5030-098 (English) & 5030-099 (Spanish), sign displaying the proper storage positioning of ready to eat foods, unwashed vegetables and raw animal foods to prevent cross contamination.

Sanitization and Dishwashing

Manual Dishwashing ProceduresEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5025-010 (English) and 5025-510 (Spanish) are posters showing how to correctly use a three-compartment sink.

Temperature Controls

Hot Tips on TempsEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-060 (English) and 5030-063 (Spanish), signs depicting safe cooking temperatures for various foods, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Improper Cooling is the Major Cause of Foodborne IllnessEnglish / Spanish
DBPR Forms HR 5030-061 (English) and 5030-064 (Spanish), signs depicting safe ways for cooling foods, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Reheating for Hot Holding – PDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-009, available for public food service establishments to help safely reheat food for holding.

Temperature Monitoring Charts

Cooling ChartPDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-070, form available for public food service establishments to safely chart progress of cooling foods, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Cooking Temperature Monitoring Chart – PDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-074, form available for public food service establishments to safely chart cooking temperatures of foods, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

HACCP ChartPDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-085, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Chart for public food service establishments with blanks for filling in data and brief text describing the critical limits.

Hot/Cold Holding ChartPDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-071, form available for public food service establishments to safely chart progress of holding foods at proper temperatures, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Weekly Thermometer Calibration ChartPDF
DBPR Form HR 5030-072, form available for public food service establishments to chart proper calibration of electronic thermometers, provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants.

Lodging Industry Bulletin

Changes to Chapter 509, Florida Statutes – PDF
Industry Bulletin #2022-01

Boilers

Boiler Safety ReminderPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-02

Emergency Recovery

Boil Water Notice GuidelinesPDF
This special bulletin was developed in cooperation with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Florida Department of Health to provide procedures observed while a “BOIL WATER NOTICE” is in effect.

Emergency Recovery GuidelinesPDF
Industry Bulletin #2022-02

Foodborne Illness Bulletins

Raw Oysters Health RiskPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-05

Food Code

Adoption of 2017 Food Code – 2019-02 PDF
Adoption of 2017 Food Code – Special Processes – 2019-03 PDF

Service & Restaurant Bulletins

Emerging Issues and Trends – Active Managerial Control for Food SafetyPDF
Industry Bulletin #2019-05

Emerging Issues and Trends – Truth in MenuPDF
Industry Bulletin #2016-01

Bare Hand Contact and Ready-To-Eat FoodsPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-06

Consumer Advisory/Raw or Undercooked FoodsPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-09 provides guidance relating to consumer advisories regarding the eating dangers of raw, undercooked or unprocessed animal foods.

Ice ProtectionPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-04

Menu Item Misrepresentation and Product SubstitutionPDF
Industry Bulletin #2012-02

Food Employee Training Bulletins

Food Service Employee Training Provider InformationPDF
Industry Bulletin #2011-03

Food Employee Training and Food Manager RequirementPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-03

Lodging Bulletins & Legislative Changes

Human TraffickingPDF
Industry Bulletin #2020-01 provides information on legislative changes requiring Human Trafficking training for public lodging establishments.

2015 Legislative Changes – PDF
Industry Bulletin #2015-01 provides information on legislative changes effective July 1, 2015 for Risk-Based Inspection Frequency Reassessment, Delinquent License Fees, Temporary Food Service Event Licenses, Food Service and Lodging Reports and Veterans Accommodations.

Proper Sanitization of Dishware and UtensilsPDF
Industry Bulletin #2013-08

Applications:
HR-7027 Application for Lodging License – HR-7027 Application for Lodging License / Packet with Instructions
License application for hotel, motel, bed & breakfast or apartments. Application is appropriate for all of the listed lodging license types.

HR-7028 Application for Vacation Rental License – HR-7028 Application for Vacation Rental License / Packet with Instructions
License application for vacation rentals or timeshare projects. Application is appropriate for all vacation rentals and timeshares.

Bed Bug GuidePDF
DBPR HR 5030-096, provided for information about bed bugs and their characteristics.

Certificate of Carbon Monoxide Mitigation
DBPR Form HR 5022-048, has been retired due to the transfer of regulation to the Division of State Fire Marshal by Chapter 2010-106, Laws of Florida, effective July 1, 2010 . More information is available on our website and FAQ webpage.

Certificate of Balcony Inspection – Fill-in PDF
DBPR HR 7020, form required to be filed with the Division of Hotels of Restaurants every three years by public lodging establishments with 3 or more stories.

Guide to Vacation Rentals and Timeshare ProjectsPDF
DBPR Form HR 5025-753, provides useful information on the requirements for Vacation Rentals and Timeshare Projects.

HUD Apartment ExclusionFill-in PDF
DBPR HR-7032, Attestation for Exclusion from Public Lodging Establishment License.  Effective October 1, 2012, the division no longer inspects apartment buildings that are currently inspected by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and are designated primarily as housing for persons at least 62 years old (elderly housing).  This exclusion only applies to individual apartment buildings, not entire apartment complexes.  The division still licenses and inspects any apartment building that is not inspected by HUD and designated as elderly housing.

To apply for this exclusion, complete this form and return to the address on the form.  If you are applying for a new apartment license, please attach this form with your license application.  If all of the buildings in the complex meet the above criteria, you may choose “Full Exclusion” and the division will not license or inspect your complex.  If you do not have an existing license with the division, you do not need to complete the License Number information on the form.

Human Trafficking Information SheetPDF (please also see related Industry Bulletin 2019-01)
DBPR Form HR 5022-104, provides useful information on identification and reporting of human trafficking. Public lodgings, by their very nature, provide excellent cover to human trafficking operations. Because of this, it is extremely important that hotel and motel staff members are educated on the signs of such activity so it can be reported in the proper manner.

Human Trafficking Public Awareness Sign – PDF (please also see related Industry Bulletin 2019-01)
DBPR Form HR 5030-083, was created as a convenience for public lodging establishments to print and post in an area accessible to employees. Please be sure to print the sign on paper of at least 11in x 15in (minimum size requirement, per Statute).

Licensing Forms

To apply for a lodging license using an online or paper application, please click this APPLY link.

Lodging Inspection ReportPDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-014, sample of form used by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants to record inspections at public lodging establishments.

Notification of Change for Vacation Rentals – Word / Fill-in PDF (Retired)
DBPR Form HR-7010, has been retired. Vacation rental unit addresses for Condos and Dwellings are now maintained online through the license holder’s DBPR Online services account.

Notification of Exception to Sanitization Requirements – PDF
DBPR Form HR 5022-045, optional form provided by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants to be posted in public lodging establishments that do not meet sanitization standards for dishwashing in guest kitchens.

Notice to Guests (Retired)
DBPR Form HR 5022-018, form that provides lodging rate information for posting in transient lodging establishments has been retired due to repeal of this requirement by Chapter 2009-195, Laws of Florida effective October 1, 2009.

Room Rate Schedule (Retired)
DBPR HR 7019 has been retired due to repeal of this requirement by Chapter 2009-195, Laws of Florida effective October 1, 2009.

Smoke Alarm Weekly Test LogPDF
DBPR HR 5030-095, form provided to help give lodging operators a model log to use for battery powered smoke alarms

Need Help?

All requests for public records, complaints, forms, and applications for licenses can be obtained by contacting the Customer Contact Center.

Steven von Bodungen, Director

Division of Hotels and Restaurants
2601 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1011

Telephone: 850.487.1395
Email: dhr.info@myfloridalicense.com