PEARLAND, Texas (KTRK) -- The City of Pearland is making it clear for diners wondering about the cleanliness of all restaurants in the area.
Pearland officials announced a new ordinance that requires all restaurants to visibly display their scorecards from city health inspectors.
The businesses will be graded like in school with an A, B or C, or starting at 100 points.
An "A" is generally superior in food handling practices, while those restaurants that get 75 points or less are considered poor in food handling practices.
All Pearland restaurants must display their scorecards from city health inspectors