Temporary or Special Events Food License

Thinking of having a booth at Applefest, Pickin' in the Pea, or Deltarado Days?  If you want to serve food at a festival, fair, or fund-raising event in Delta County this information is for you!
Food Service Process

To provide food at a "special event" in Delta County, all vendors must have  an active mobile Unit retail food license (food truck) OR obtain a Temporary Event Food Service license through Delta County (i.e. tent/table setup).  Retail food establishments (restaurants, grocery deli's, etc.) that are licensed in Delta County will still be required to apply for a Temporary Event Food Service license.  If your organization is a non-profit, please  note that information on your application. 

Temporary Event Food Service  Application

Safety and Sanitation Inspection Checklist

Tax-exempt and charitable organizations must still obtain and pay for a Temporary Food Vendor License through Delta County. If a tax-exempt or charitable organization serves food 52 days a year or more within the County where the organization is located then they must obtain a Retail Food License in that County.

If you are planning to participate in events in other counties, please contact the respective county's health department food safety program.