Division of Hotels and Restaurants
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 2017
- Week ending February 18, 2017
- Week ending February 11, 2017
- Week ending February 4, 2017
- Week ending January 28, 2017
- Week ending January 21, 2017
- Week ending January 14, 2017
- Week ending January 7, 2017
- 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.