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A permit to operate within the city is required for all mobile/semi-permanent food establishments and door-to-door sales.
Mobile Food Establishments operate from a vehicle or any portable structure and do not remain in one location for more than 2 weeks. The following is required for Mobile Food Establishment permits:
Semi-permanent Food Establishments operate at a fixed non-residential location from a trailer, stand, or building which does not allow access to customers inside of the establishment. The following is required for Semi-permanent Food Establishment permits:
Temporary Food Events is a service of food at a location for no more than 14 consecutive days in conjunction with an organized event or celebration. Event organizers are responsible for obtaining a Temporary Food Service permit at least 10 days prior to the event and providing operation requirements to each food vendor. Each food vendor must have these requirements posted for the duration of the event. Mobile Food Establishments with valid Austin/Travis County inspection reports and Manor permit can operate at an event without a Temporary Food Event permit if they remain within the confines of their mobile unit and do not prepare or serve food from booths outside the unit. If any food from any vendor is served from a booth or outside the confines of a permitted mobile unit a Temporary Food Event permit is required. Food vendor booths not associated with a permitted Mobile Food vendor have to obtain a Temporary Food Establishment permit.
1. Is the general public invited to the event?
2. Can a person other than a member of the organization and their family members
or invited guest attend?
3. Have you advertised the event or sold tickets to the general public?
4. Are you serving open food, open container drinks (mixed drinks w/ ice, wine or
keg beer) or food that requires refrigeration or to be held hot?
Peddlers carry goods, merchandise, or products from place to place and offer those goods, merchandise, or products for sale with immediate delivery.
Solicitors attempt to sell services, goods, wares, merchandise, subscriptions, publications, food or products from place to place and to be delivered at a future date.
Open Air Vendors sell goods, merchandise or services or exhibiting those upon of from a vehicle, cart, stand, tent, or other such structure and excludes authorized food establishments and garage sales. Must be on commercial, industrial, or public property and comply with, when applicable, site development regulations.
The following is required for Peddler, Solicitor, and Open Air Vendor permits:
Door to door solicitation and food establishments:
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Police Administration: 512-272-8177
Police Fax: 512-215-8409
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