Traditional Special Events
Traditional Special Events are those where the majority of the food service is provided by food vendors who obtain their own food permitting through SNHD and there is usually point of sale with the individual food service vendor. Annual Itinerant, Mobile Vendor and Temporary Food Establishment permit holders may participate in special events with event coordinator approval.
Event Coordinator Responsibilities
The EC is responsible for sanitation support services and coordination of food operations as specified in Chapter 15 and Appendix I of the 2010 SNHD Regulations Governing the Sanitation of Food Establishments. The Event Coordinator (EC) or designated responsible person shall be available on site at all times during the special event.
Event Coordinator Application
The Event Coordinator must submit an application and pay associated fees at least seven days before the event to avoid late fees. Incomplete applications will be denied.
Effective July 1, 2015, the Event Coordinator permits fees associated with traditional special events are assessed based upon the size of the event as reflected by the number of vendors. Those events with a greater number of vendors typically have a larger footprint and larger infrastructure to inspect to assure public health issues are properly assessed.
|Permit fee||$145||$290||$290 + $118/hour|
|<7 calendar days||50% of fee||50% of fee||50% of Base Fee|
|<1 business day||100% of fee||100% of fee||100% of Base Fee|
You may download the Event Coordinator Application for Traditional Special Events for all events submitted after June 30, 2015. To assure proper submission, please read and follow the Instructions for Submission.
How do I prepare for my inspection? The Event Coordinator should review the following checklist to ensure they and their vendors are ready for inspection:
Event Coordinator Checklist:
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Phone: (702) 759-1110
Updated on: September 10, 2018