Food Trucks -
Mobile Food Units and Pushcarts
Food trucks (also known as Mobile Food Units and Pushcarts) must have an operating permit issued by the Health Department in order to sell food. Because they are mobile, they may have a permit from one county and operate in another. Please contact our office for any questions about food trucks.
Inspection Grades (Choose Establishment Type 3 or 4)
Rules for Mobile Food Units (pdf) See Sections .2670-.2672
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FOOD TRUCK INFO
Operators must report their scheduled locations. Submit completed forms to Connie Pixley.