HDScores is a Comprehensive Search and Recommendation Engine working with Restaurant Inspection Data from Jurisdictions across the United States.

HDScores App Features:

Search for Restaurants by Location, Sanitation Scores,
Type of Cuisine, & Hours of Operation

Save all of your Favorite Clean or Dirty Establishments

See How all Restaurants Compare to each other in Any Jurisdiction

Easily Access Recently Viewed Restaurants

Review Featured Restaurants

Share Inspection Reports with your Friends

HDScores Apps will Always be Free for Consumers

*HDScores is Currently Developing Apps for:
iOS 7, Android 4.X and Higher (Jelly Bean & Kit Kat), Windows 8 Phone
HDScores Expected to Launch these Apps in the Summer of 2014.
Prismadrop is just a place holder until our App is Ready.
Enjoy!

 

 

 

Data Quality
HDScores data comes directly from our public and private sources. HDScores does all the work to aggregate, process, and distribute this inspection data all in near real time without destroying the original data integrity.

Data Exclusivity
HDScores is the only private company processing inspection data on scale. We work with various original data formats (both digital and paper), making much of this data available to consumers for the first time.

Data Expertise
HDScores has experienced professionals from across multiple expertise domains. Who work with this highly detailed inspection data on a daily basis. Balancing Technical, Food Safety, and Data Needs.
Data Access
HDScores adds and updates our detailed inspection data on a regular basis from multiple jurisdictions in near real time. Creating comprehensive search of restaurant inspection data for the first time.
HDScores wants to democratize health department inspection data on scale. Our Goal is to create the world’s largest health inspection report database, and make this data available in an easy to read, search and understand format for concerned consumers.

Jurisdictions Currently in our App

Updated Map

Detailed Jurisdictional Breakdown

Arizona
Yavapai County, AZ

California
Alameda County, CA
Contra Costa County, CA
City of Pasadena, CA
Fresno County, CA
Kern County, CA
Los Angeles City/County, CA
Marin County, CA
Monterey County, CA
Napa County, CA
Orange County, CA
Riverside County, CA
Sacramento, CA
Santa Clara County, CA
Santa Barbara County, CA
San Bernardino County, CA
San Diego City/County, CA
San Francisco City/County, CA
San Joaquin County, CA
San Mateo County, CA
Solano County, CA
Sonoma County, CA
Ventura County, CA

Colorado
Adams, CO
Arapahoe, CO
Broomfield, CO
Denver, CO
Jefferson, CO
Pueblo, CO

Delaware
Entire State of Delaware

Florida
Entire State of Florida

Georgia
Entire State of Georgia

Illinois
Cook County, IL – (Chicago)

Iowa
Entire State of Iowa

Kansas
Entire State of Kansas

Louisiana
Entire State of Louisiana

Maryland
Montgomery County, MD

Massachusetts
Middlesex County, MA
Norfolk County, MA
Suffolk County, MA – (Boston)

Michigan
Genesee, MI
Bay County, MI
Central Michigan, MI

Missouri
St. Louis, MO

Nevada
Clark County, Nevada – (Las Vegas)

New York
Entire State of New York

North Carolina
Entire State of North Carolina

Ohio
Summit County, OH – (Akron)
Huron, OH
Franklin, OH – (Columbia)
Clermont, OH
City of Kent, OH
Lake County, OH
Licking County, OH
Seneca County, OH
Warren County, OH
Wood County, OH

Pennsylvania
Entire State of Pennsylvania

Rhode Island
Entire State of Rhode Island

Tennessee
Entire State of Tennessee

Texas
Travis County, TX – (Austin)
Hays County, TX
Williamson, TX

Virginia
Entire State of Virginia

Washington
King County, WA (Seattle)
Walla Walla, WA

West Virginia
Monogalia County, WV
Jackson County, WV
Kanawha County, WV – (Charleston)
Cabell, WV

Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI
Kenosha, WI

Wyoming
Albany, WY – (Laramie)
Laramie, WY – (Cheyenne)

HDScores is creating better ways for consumers to make spending decisions on where to eat. Based on restaurant inspection data collected by registered/licensed health inspectors in an easy to read, search and understand format.

 

HDScores is going to revolutionize the way government shares information with itself and the public. Data will be clean, versatile, and cost efficient.
Robert Hubbard, Superintendent of Inspections – Baltimore City 1994-2004
The ability to take data – to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it is going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades
Hal Varian, Google’s Chief Economist
Brilliantly simple idea but deceptively hard on the execution side. Luckily the rockstar team that HDScores has built can get the job done.
Sean Patrick Murphy, Cofounder of Data Community DC

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