The Northern Nevada Public Health may require a permit holder to submit an operational plan to protect against health hazards. An Operational Plan is a written and approved document that details specific practices or procedures that are intended to ensure that:

A. An establishment is maintained in a clean and sanitary condition; or
B. Activities associated with the establishment’s operations do not compromise public health.

The submittal of an Operational Plan requires a plan review fee which can be found on our Fees page under "Operational Plan - Initial Review"

If you need to submit an Operational Plan, the plan must include all items from the checklists and the Operational Plan Review Application

For process specific resources, additional checklist are provided below

SOP References for Operators:

For additional information, contact the food safety team at

Last modified on 02/29/2024