|All special event organizers and food vendors operating at an approved community event are required to submit a complete application and payment at least two weeks prior to the start of the event. Applications or payments received less than 14 days prior to the event will be assessed a 50% late fee. Late applications may not receive approval to operate.
|A permit shall be obtained by the person or organization responsible for facilities or equipment that are shared by two or more food facilities operating at a community event.
A community event is an event that is of a civic, political, public, or educational nature, including state and county fairs, city festivals, circuses, and other similar events approved by this Division. A community event does not include a seasonal sporting event, grand opening celebration, anniversary celebration, certified farmers market, or similar function.
Event planners for Certified Farmer's Markets (CFMs) shall contact Resource Management at (707) 784-6765 and ask to speak with the special events coordinator. A Certified Farmer's Market Application is required.
Community Events located in unincorporated Solano County require a zoning clearance from Solano County Planning Department prior to submitting a Special Event Food Organizer application to the Environmental Health Division. Contact Resource Management at (707) 784-6765 and ask to speak with the planner on duty to obtain a zoning clearance.
|A permit shall be obtained by each food vendor operating at an approved community event. Please review the Booth Requirements prior to submitting an application.
|Online Payments may be submitted; an invoice or permit number is not required to complete payments. Enter the event name or business name in the invoice box during payment.
|Food vendors should use the Self-Inspection Checklist to ensure their temporary food facilities are in compliance with Solano County Environmental Health standards. Refer to the following training presentations and videos for additional information:
|Applications and payments shall be submitted to the following department:
Department of Resource Management
Environmental Health Division
675 Texas Street, Suite 5500
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 784-6765 Fax (707) 784-4805