FAQ: Environmental Health and Hazardous Materials - Contra C...
Yes, Health permits are required for all temporary food events that are often part of health fairs and festivals. The application fee for a temporary food event permit is $35. It must be submitted two weeks prior to the event. For an application, call Environmental Health at 925-692-2500.
Forsyth County > Department of Public Health > Frequently As...
A permit is usually required any time food is prepared and sold to the public. If you will be selling food at a fair, carnival or public exhibition such as a street festival, the event organizer must submit a permit application and each food vendor must submit an application to the health department. These applications must be submitted to the health department at least 30 days prior to the event.
Food Safety Program - FAQ
You need to purchase a Temporary Food Service Permit from our office. Please contact our office at least 2 weeks before your event, so we can process the application and issue a permit before purchasing or preparing food. For more information, please visit our Temporary Events web page.
Wilkes County Health Department - FAQs
A permit is usually required any time food is prepared and sold to the public. If you will be selling food at a fair, carnival, or public event, the event organizer must submit a permit application and each food vendor must submit an application to the health department, which can be arranged by the event organizer. The applications must be submitted to the health department at least 30 days before the event. Call the Environmental Health Division at 651-7530 for more information.
Except for private parties and family gatherings, anyone, who sells or serves food (edible products), is required to obtain a food dealer's permit from the Houston Department of Health and Human Services. A permit is required regardless of whether the food is intended to be consumed on or off the premises and regardless of whether there is charge for the food.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we serve food. Our menu is light including hamburgers, garden burgers, salmon burgers, fries, individual pizza, chicken tenders, buffalo wings, chips & salsa & dessert. Click on the menu section for more details on the food and the pricing.
Central District Health Department | Frequently Asked Questi...
Yes, permits are required whenever food is served to the public. You will need to complete a Temporary Food Establishment application. You can find the application and other documents on our website. You will need to download the application, the Vendors Packet, Food Safety Notice and the No Bare Hands poster. The application must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event.
Marion County Oregon - FAQ's
A temporary restaurant license is required. More information about temporary restaurant licensing can be found here.
FAQs for Food Sanitation Inspection & Licensing
No, temporary food service establishments are exempted from the requirement of obtaining a license. A temporary food service establishment is defined as "any food service establishment that operates at a fixed location for a temporary period of time not exceeding 2 weeks, in connection with a fair, carnival, circus, public exhibition, or similar transitory gathering."
City of Toronto: Access Toronto
Vendors must contact Municipal Licensing & Standards at 416-338-7224 to apply for permits. Vending at street festivals and events is handled by the organizer of that event; call Access Toronto at 416-338-0338 or e-mail email@example.com for contacts. Buskers must contact Municipal Licensing & Standards at 416-338-7224 to apply for sidewalk permits. Auditions for TTC subway musicians are held yearly at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in the summer.
FAQ | Cape Xtreme Adventure Tours
Continental breakfast, sandwiches and fruit for lunch, and a Braai/BBQ with a vegetarian option for supper.
DPD -- FAQ: The Basics
In general,* projects in Seattle that involve new or changed uses of property, construction or alteration of a building -- even if you can't see the alterations from the outside -- usually require a permit from the City's Department of Planning and Development (DPD). For a complete list of what types of activity do not require a building permit, go online to the Seattle Residential Code, and reference Section R105.
Frequently Asked Questions to Nutrition Services
Absolutely. If the quality of the meal is not acceptable, please return it for a different item; refunds will not be given.
Dans le Noir?
Our restaurant serves an eclectic and innovative world food inspired by French Cuisine. Each dish is an explosion of flavours and are made such to educate visitors to new way of enjoying food.
There will be food concessionaires. This year there will be some great food choices. Besides tasty hamburgers, hot dogs and Indian tacos there will be Philly Cheese steaks, Italian sausage with green peppers, meatball hero and veal parmigiana sandwiches, bratwurst, polish sausage, steak sandwiches, hand dipped corn dogs, BBQ brisket, turkey legs, chicken & steak kabobs, and more.
ITF 2005 : FAQ
A la carte dining is available in the Orleans Room situated in the Danna Center. Steaming hot veggies; crisp green salads; carved meats; hearty stews; the mmm... mmm goodness of Campbell's soup; delicious casseroles and delectable desserts are just a few options from which to choose.
Resale Certificates or Vendors Permits, license you as a retail vendor and usually allow you to purchase your CDs or cassettes without paying state or provincial tax on the wholesale cost for these items; but you are then obligated to collect and remit that tax on the retail selling price.
Environmental Management Department (EMD) FAQs
application and fee must be submitted to the Environmental Management Department (EMD) office prior to opening. If the food establishment is new or undergoing remodeling, contact the Plan Review Office at 916-874-6010 before the application is submitted. The Environmental Health Specialist has many things to do when conducting an inspection. Primarily, we inspect the food facility to determine if it complies with the requirements of the California Health and Safety Code (CHSC).