Temporary Event Food Program PDF Print E-mail

Please review the listing for important information regarding your event. Food vendors are responsible for submitting the proper application and fee by the deadline. 

All applications must be submitted to the Office of Environmental Health by 4 p.m. on the cut-off date. Failure to submit the application prior to that time and date will result in the assessment of a $500.00 late fee, in addition to the license fee.

Applications are not complete until the application and fee have been submitted to this office. Please note that only faxed or mailed applications will be accepted. Applications that are e-mailed will not be acknowledged and will be considered late, if the application cut-off date passes. As a food vendor, you are responsible for contacting the event sponsor to ensure that you will be permitted to sell food at their event.

If you have any questions, please the Office of Environmental Health at 410-352-3234.

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