Consumer Protection

The Colorado Consumer Protection Division protects Colorado residents and visitors by preventing an array of health hazards. 

The division;

  • Assists consumers with complaints
  • consults with regulated industries, communities, organizations, and individuals
  • Coordinates consumer protection activities with local, state, and federal agencies
  • Helps control insects, rodents, and other vectors of animal borne diseases
  • Institutes corrective actions for recognized public hazards in the marketplace
  • Monitors food, milk, drugs, and medical devices
  • Regulates consumer products and household substances
  • Regulates correctional facilities and schools
  • Regulates day care centers
  • Regulates food preparation environments such as restaurants, food manufacturers, and processing plants
  • Regulates, reviews, and investigates foods

State of Colorado Restaurant Inspections

Contact Consumer Protection Specialist Jenn Chavez at or 970-641-0209.

To report "Food Poisoning" call 303-692-3645. 


Public health concerns about day care centers, grocery stores, and schools may be directed to the division at by calling 303-692-3620, faxing 303-753-6809, or mailing to:

Colorado Consumer Protection Division
4300 Cherry Creek Drive S.
Denver, CO 80246