Requirements for Temporary Food Service Establishments and Events
At least 30 days prior to the event the following paperwork shall be submitted to the Glastonbury Health Department for review.
- Temporary food service application
- Proposed site plan for the establishment
- Payment of the Temporary Food Service License fee. There is no fee for non-profit organizations such as churches, civic clubs and other charitable groups but a license is still required.
Prior to issuance of the food service license the Glastonbury Health Department will make as many site inspections as needed to ensure the applicant has complied with all State and Local regulations. The Glastonbury Health Department may also make random site inspections during the event.
The applicant is also responsible for meeting all requirements of the Town of Glastonbury Fire Marshal, the Building Department and the Community Development Department.
Last updated: 4/16/2010 2:29:16 PM