Does your business need a Los Angeles County health permit? We’ll help you get one.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health regulates many aspects of business operation, particularly in the hospitality industry. You may need a Los Angeles County health permit if you run a company that serves food, or provides certain services. While the technicalities of the statutes and legal codes are complex, you should expect to encounter health permit requirements if you sell products that people consume, or provide services that involve direct contact with customers’ bodies.
- Stores that sell pre-packaged foods and beverages
- Food manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers
- Street vendors
- Vendors who work at farmers’ markets, flea markets, and other commercial establishments
- Vending machine operators
- Food trucks and ice cream trucks
- Beverage vendors
- Wineries, distilleries, and breweries
- Waste removal services
- Tattoo parlors
- Beauty salons and nail salons
Getting the necessary Los Angeles County health permits is not always a straightforward task, and it’s risky to try to navigate the complexities of the process on your own if you have a complicated case. Instead of putting your business at risk, trust the professionals at FE Design & Consulting to help you obtain the permits you need to continue operating your business without interruption.
Our expertise means you can act with confidence as you procure your Los Angeles County health permits.
The hospitality industry is one of our company’s key areas of focus, and we have helped more than 500 Los Angeles-area businesses obtain the permits and compliance documentations they needed to launch operations. FE Design & Consulting has been providing expert code compliance and consulting services since 2003, and in that time, we’ve built a deep and comprehensive knowledge base that helps us expedite applications on the behalves of our clients and suggest strategies that can lead to faster approval.
We are also pleased to offer complete consulting services, and we’ll perform site assessments and feasibility studies to make sure your business is a strong candidate to receive the necessary permits before you commit time and money to a particular project.
To learn more about the hundreds of businesses we have helped over the years, please spend some time exploring our case studies and testimonials sections. Then, when you’re ready to proceed, simply contact a member of our client services division and we’ll be happy to arrange a detailed, one-on-one consultation.