Welcome to the Division of Hotels and Restaurants Reports & Statistics center.  Please click on the desired category below:

The division’s annual reports are published by September 30 of each year. Historical reports contain information and data that were valid at that time, including the names of incumbent state officers.

  • Fiscal Year 2017-2018 – pdf
  • Fiscal Year 2016-2017 – pdf
  • Fiscal Year 2015-2016 – pdf
  • Fiscal Year 2014-2015 – pdf
  • Fiscal Year 2013-2014 – pdf

Historical annual reports can be found in the Reports and Statistics Archive.

An emergency closure is not a disciplinary action, but rather an action taken to mitigate conditions that pose an elevated risk to the health, safety or welfare of the public or the establishment’s employees. The licensee is closed until the conditions are corrected. Examples of conditions warranting immediate closure include: lack of approved utilities or hot water, sewage backups or overflows, fire damage, pest infestation or inadequate refrigeration. Please note that inspectors with the Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ titles are ‘Sanitation and Safety Inspectors.’ The following file represents emergency closures conducted statewide during the week indicated.

Emergency Closures in 2019

Historical Emergency Closure Reports can be found in the Reports & Statistics Archive.

Column Definitions

  • District – geographical location of the business according to the division’s seven district offices
  • Date – date the establishment was closed
  • License Number – license number assigned by DBPR
  • Business Name – name of the establishment
  • Business Address – location of the establishment
  • Business City – city in which the establishment is located
  • Condition for Closure – reason establishment was closed
  • Date of Order to Vacate – date the establishment was allowed to re-open by the division

For more information about the licensee, find name or license number with our license search.  For more information about the inspection, find name or license number with our inspection search.  For more information about administrative cases, see our webpage.

The 2008 Florida Legislature changed the Division of Hotels and Restaurants’ fire inspection responsibility, effective July 1, 2008.  The law requires the division to notify the State Fire Marshal or local fire safety authorities of readily observable violations of rules adopted under Chapter 633, Florida Statutes. The division began sending weekly extracts of food and lodging fire violations to fire authorities throughout the state beginning on July 5, 2008.  Each extract includes fire violations data entered during the previous week.  If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please send us an e-mail at dhr.solutions@myfloridalicense.com.

Weekly Extracts – Current Fiscal Year

The division began sending weekly extracts of food and lodging fire violations to fire authorities throughout the state starting on July 5, 2008.  Each extract includes fire violations data entered during the previous week.  The weekly reports below are in Microsoft Excel format.

Food Service Reports

Lodging Reports

Hints

Open file in Excel

Choose Column B (click on the B)

From the menu at the top, select the Data tab, the click Filter

In Column B, you will see that there is now a down arrow. Click on that.

Choose the county you want from the list (e.g., Escambia).

Now the list should have filtered out everything but that county for printing if there are any.

 

Weekly Printable Reports – Current Fiscal Year

This version of the reports offers the same data in printable Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). To download software to read these documents, go to Download Adobe Reader.  

Food Service Reports

Lodging Reports

Hints

Open file in Adobe Reader

 

Choose Find (Control+F)

Type in the county name (e.g., ‘Escambia’) and press enter.

 

This should find the first page of the desired county violations.

 

Note the page numbers for this county (at the top of each page) and print only those page numbers.

Historical Fire Violation Reports can be found in the Reports & Statistics Archive.

This data is updated monthly The following statistical reports were generated from the department’s single licensing system. Complete lists of current licenses and inspections are available as downloadable extracts from our Public Records page. For an explanation of licensing districts and county numbering, see the Find Your District page.

Current Reports

  • Current Statewide Active License Summary – pdf
  • Current Statewide Active Seats/Units Summary – pdf
  • Current County License and Seats/Units Summary – pdf

Historical Licensing Trend Charts

These line charts represent monthly historical data by license type since January 1, 2003.

  • Statewide License History – pdf
  • License History by District – pdf
  • License History by County – pdf

Historical Reports by Fiscal Year

Representing a “snapshot” of data at the end of each fiscal year (July 1 thru June 30). Reports prior to Fiscal Year 2003-04 were taken from earlier data systems. For additional historical information, please see our annual reports.

Additional historical reports can be found in the Reports and Statistics Archive.

This data is updated monthly Misrepresentation of food items at restaurants has been of particular interest in recent years. The reports linked below include details of completed administrative cases that include food misrepresentation violations found in Florida public food service establishments. These files are updated monthly and are in Microsoft Excel format.

For more information about the licensee, find name or license number with our license search.  For more information about the inspection, find name or license number with our inspection search.  For more information about monthly administrative cases, download our Restaurant Disciplinary Activity Reports.

Column Definitions

  • Case Number – administrative case number assigned by DBPR
  • Business Name – name of the restaurant
  • License Number – license number assigned by DBPR
  • Date Clerked – date the administrative case was completed
  • District – geographical location of the business according to the seven H&R district offices
  • Violation violation code number assigned by H&R to misrepresentation cases
  • Violation Details – observation by division inspector regarding each violation

Prior to downloading any files from this site, please review our ReadMe/Disclaimer.  DBPR provides download files in CSV format. To understand the organization of this data, please review the Download File Layout Information.

Inspections

Electronic records of sanitation and safety inspections conducted by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants on public food service establishments (i.e., seating and non-seating establishments, caterers, mobile food dispensing vehicles, hot dog carts, theme park food carts and vending machines). Each inspection report is a “snapshot” of conditions present at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than noted in their most recent inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions at the establishment. To find inspections for a particular lodging establishment by name or address, please see DBPR Online Services. For more information about inspections, go to H&R’s homepage. Inspection information is extracted by county according to the division’s licensing and inspection districts.

Food Service since July 1

Historic food service inspection extracts are available on the food service instant public records page.

Lodging since July 1

Historic lodging inspection extracts are available on the lodging instant public records page.

Licenses

Active public food service establishments (i.e., seating and non-seating establishments, caterers, mobile food dispensing vehicles, hot dog carts, theme park food carts and vending machines) in the Division of Hotels and Restaurants. These records include mailing and facility addresses, and are extracted by county according to the division’s licensing and inspection districts. Effective September 1, 2014, the layout of the active license extracts includes two new columns containing the risk level identifiers for public food services establishments.

 Food Service Licenses

 Lodging Licenses

 

New Establishments

Extracts includes all license applications approved during the current fiscal year (since July 1).

Owner Changes

Extracts includes all license applications approved during the current fiscal year (since July 1).

Plan Review Applications

The restaurant disciplinary activity report is updated monthly and is available on the instant public records page.

Prior to downloading any files from this site, please review our ReadMe/Disclaimer.  DBPR provides download files in CSV format. To understand the organization of this data, please review the Download File Layout Information.

Restaurant/Food Service Training Roster

Prior to downloading any files from this site, please review our ReadMe/Disclaimer.  DBPR provides download files in CSV format. To understand the organization of this data, please review the Download File Layout Information.

The Reports and Statistics Archive contains additional historical annual, food and lodging statistical, emergency closure and fire violation reports.

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, Acting Director

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

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