A commissary is a facility approved by the health department as a base of operations for a temporary food vendor where food, containers, and supplies are kept, handled, prepared, packaged or stored, and where fresh water is replaced, and waste water is disposed of. Most commissaries are licensed fixed restaurants used by agreement between management of the restaurant and the mobile food operator. A Commissary Agreement must be completed and submitted for licensing.
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A Temporary Event means a single community event or celebration that operates for no more than 14 consecutive days. A Temporary Event is not a regularly scheduled series of events such as flea markets or farmer’s markets.
Most likely yes. Please contact Terri Leichtweis at 303.271.5776 to determine if your event will need a permit or not.
The application needs to be submitted 30 days before your event.
Usually yes, but it depends on your operation. It is recommended that you contact our office for licensing requirements.
The application for vendors needs to be submitted 14 days prior to your first event.
Your license is valid for the calendar year it was purchased in, expiring on December 31.
Yes, if you have a Colorado Retail Food License for Mobile Units. Licenses issued from the City and County of Denver are not valid in the rest of Colorado.
No, your license for your Retail Food Establishment is only good at the physical location of the restaurant.
No. Jefferson County has its own fee structure for Temporary Vendors.
You can apply for a license by submitting the Temporary Vendor License application. You can also contact Terri Leichtweis at 303.271.5776 with any questions you may have about the process.