Food Protection Program

The Queen Anne’s County Food Protection Program enforces the Maryland Code of Regulations that applies to Food Service Facilities (FSFs), COMAR 10.15.03.  The goal of Queen Anne’s County Food Protection Program is to work with owners and operators of food facilities to ensure food safety throughout the County.

Code of Maryland Regulations - Food Service Facilities

Food Service Facilities regulated by COMAR and require licensure and inspections include the following:

  • Full Service Restaurants
  • Fast Food Facilities
  • Schools
  • Nursing Homes
  • Farmers Markets
  • Mobile Unites
  • Grocery Stores
  • Fair Vendors
  • Temporary Event Vendors (fundraisers, sports events, carnivals, etc.)

The Environmental Health Division reviews construction plans for new facilities, conducts pre-opening and operational inspections, responds to consumer complaints and/or inquiries, investigates foodborne illness outbreaks and provides food safety information.

Please see our links on this page to assist you in gathering the information necessary for your type of food service facility.

Queen Anne's County Environmental Health
206 N. Commerce Street
Centreville, MD 21617
Phone: (410) - 758 - 2281
Fax: (410) - 758 - 6602

​Helpful Food Safety Links

Information Sheets