There are restaurants and other food facilities that have been temporarily closed by San Bernardino County health inspectors between September 23 and 30, 2021 due to imminent health hazards. If no reopening date is mentioned, the agency did not list that facility as reopening. Publication.
jollibee, 1 Mills Circle Suite 103, Ontario (at Ontario Mills Mall)
- closed: September 29
- Grade: Not Graded (Received 91/A on 21 Sept)
- reason: Infection of rodents. After seeing some rodent droppings in a storage area on September 21, the inspector wrote that a follow-up would take place in two days. Instead he returned on 29 September. Pest control visited and set up traps, but inspectors found rodent droppings in the storage area as well as in the food-preparation area, on the floor and on the cart that held the hamburger buns. On September 1, six other eateries at Ontario Mills were closed due to a rodent infestation, but they were all reopened on September 2 and a follow-up inspection on September 9 found no further evidence of vermin.
- Reopened: September 30
Zendejas Mexican Grill, 240 S. Vineyard Avenue, Ontario
- closed: September 29
- Grade: 81/B
- reason: Cockroach infestation. Upon inspection in response to a complaint of foodborne illness, the inspector found about seven live roaches in a cabinet near the cook line and under the soda fountain, and more than 10 dead roaches in a single cabinet. There was a more serious problem: The food inside the three refrigerator units was at unsafe temperatures. In seven less breaches, there was mold inside the ice machine, and liquid waste was backing up in a floor sink that the manager said they couldn’t repair until the landlord approved.
shirley’s market, 25388 E. 6th St., Highland
- closed: September 27
- Grade: 85/B
- reason: Infection of rodents. The inspector said the entire facility smelled of rat urine and saw droplets “on every shelf of the food display area,” mixed with loose chips and flour from the opened bags. There were also droplets on a tray in the walk-in cooler, on the floor of a storage area and on the floor of a shipping container. The operator said they are aware of the rodent problem and are trying to eliminate it without professional pest control. The inspector also noted a missing wall in a storage area where the operator said plumbing had been repaired and a hole in the ceiling in two places, with one area rotting from water damage.
- Reopened: Visited twice on 28 September after pest control and all droppings were cleared.
Yermo Inc., 35474 Yermo Road, Yermo (Partly Closed)
- closed: September 23
- Grade: Not graded (most recent was 90/A on 9 Aug)
- reason: Infection of rodents. An inspector visited in response to a complaint that someone had seen rats and cockroaches in the convenience store. The inspector found rodent droppings in the dustbin cabinet under the soda machine—which the operator knew about. There were also some rodent chew marks on the cardboard box and a dead roach stuck to some tape in the same cabinet, and more old droppings in a storage room. The store was allowed to sell pre-packaged goods, but not any prepared food or beverages. This was the store’s second issue in six weeks; Due to lack of hot water after the line burst, it was closed for a day in August.
- Reopened: 28 September visited after pest control
note closure inspection
Here are select inspections of facilities that weren’t closed, but had other significant problems.
fuji restaurantThe inspection was carried out on September 28 in response to a complaint about unhygienic conditions, at 73603 Twentynine Palms Highway in Twentynine Palms. It received a grade of 77/C with one serious violation. The owner did not wash his hands, and when asked, washed twice incorrectly. In 13 other breaches, imitation crab was at unsafe temperatures in a cooler that was not keeping cool, cooked rice sat at room temperature, a large container of raw cabbage sat on the floor across the cook line, and the entire kitchen. Its surfaces were heavily soiled with grease, food debris, and “black, sticky matter”. The restaurant has now received B or C grades on five consecutive inspections, and seven out of eight conducted since 2018, records show.
NS pick up sticks 19th St. Suite B in Upland at 1053 AD was inspected on 24 September and received a grade of 80/B with a serious violation. The raw chicken and raw shrimp in the prep cooler were at unsafe temperatures; Employees were asked to keep the lid closed. In 10 other breaches, ice machines had mold and on the floor under cook-line equipment, hand washing sinks had shut off cold water, some containers of food were not cooling fast enough, and an employee The chicken did not know the safe temperature for cooking, reheating food, or keeping food hot.
about this list
This list is published online on Friday. Any updates on the reopening of restaurants will be factored into next week’s list.
All food facilities in the county are inspected regularly to ensure they meet health codes. A facility loses four points for each serious violation and one to three points for a minor infringement. A grades (90 to 100 points) are considered “generally better”, B grades (80 to 89) are considered “generally acceptable” and C grades (70 to 79) are considered “generally unacceptable”. and requires follow-up inspection. . If a feature’s score is less than 70 or there is a serious violation that cannot be corrected immediately, it will be temporarily closed.
For more information about inspecting these or any restaurants in San Bernardino County, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food. To file a health complaint, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint or call 800-442-2283.