Temporary Food Permit Application

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Applicant's Address
First Name:
Last Name:

Business Name:

Street 1:

Street 2:


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Question Section
Food Preparation
Does your operation require any of the following:
  • Advanced menu preparation
  • Use of fruits and or vegetables that are not purchased pre-washed or pre-cut
  • Food preparation for an event lasting longer than one day (requires access to a 3 compartment sink for dishwashing)
Does your temporary set-up include a food truck or trailer or other structure that employees need to get into to work?
Event Equipment List
Which method of hand washing station will your operation utilize?

Warm handwash water, soap, and paper towels are required at all times.

An approved sanitizer method is required to be maintained at 50-100 ppm bleach solution. Which method(s) will your operation utilize?

I certify that I have read, understand, and agree to comply with the "Temporary Events Operating Requirements" handout, including the operating requirements outlined in the Phase 2 and 3 Miscellaneous Venues COVID-19 Requirements. I understand that if I don’t comply with the requirements, my establishment will be closed.
I certify that a Person In Charge (PIC) with a valid Washington food worker card will be present in the temporary food establishment at all times.
I understand that it is required that I have a bathroom facility available within 200 feet of my operation.
I certify that the permit category that I have selected matches the requirements set forth within the Temporary Food Establishment Fee Schedule and Guidelines, and that I may be closed or charged additional fees for incorrect information.
I understand that if my operation requires an approved kitchen that I must submit a signed Commissary Kitchen Agreement form authorizing my operation to use the approved kitchen (If N/A answer Yes).

Failing to attach the Commissary Kitchen Agreement Form, for operations requiring the use of an approved kitchen, may result in delay or denial of this application.
I understand that if critical violations are found during the operation under this permit, a reinspection fee may be assessed by the Health District at the current fee schedule rate.
I understand that if the information that has been supplied is incorrect or changes, I am responsible for updating the Health District. If the Health District attempts to perform an inspection based upon incorrect information provided, I may be charged a reinspection fee.
Permit Categories (Informational)
Limited Menu

These items require minimal handling. Please refer to the Foods That Qualify for Limited Menu document.
Non-Complex Menu

Pre-made Potentially hazardous foods from a commercial facility (e.g., canned chili, soup, pizza) requiring hot holding OR foods that require extensive handling and vendor preparation steps, such as washing and cutting raw produce for salad. Also included in this category are eggs for breakfast and processing of fish/meat. Immediate consumption only. No advanced preparation, cooling, or reheating, home-canned vegetables or meats are allowed.
Complex Menu

potentially hazardous food items that require vendor preparation, cooling, or reheating. This category includes, but is not limited to non-commercially prepared chili, meats, lumpia, sushi, soups, potentially hazardous salads requiring preparation (i.e. potato salad), sandwiches, or any other food determined to be potentially hazardous and requires preparation. All foods for a complex menu permit must be prepared on-site or in an approved facility.
Multiple Events

Includes individuals or groups selling and/or serving food at a fixed location, with a fixed menu, in conjunction with an approved, recurring, organized event, such as a public market. Multiple Events Permits expire after six (6) months from the date of issuance.
Farmers Market

Includes individuals or groups selling and/or serving food at a farmers market not more than 3 days a week. The Farmers Market Permit duration includes the summer and winter markets of that year.
Supplemental Information
Please provide any additional information which you feel is helpful for us to know about your operation.
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Specific Attachments
NOTE: PDF, JPG and GIF files are allowed. File size limit is 10 Megabytes.
Items marked with * are required. 

Commissary Kitchen Agreement Form
Operations which require a commissary kitchen must attach the Commissary Kitchen Agreement Form.

WSDA license
If you are licensed through the Washington State Department of Agriculture, please attach a copy of the license.

USDA license
If you are licensed through the United States Department of Agriculture, please attach a copy of the license.

WA State Dept. of Labor and Industries cert
If your temporary set-up includes a food truck or trailer that employees need to enter please attach a certification of approval for the unit from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.

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Last Name:

Business Name:

Street 1:

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