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The Environmental Health Division regulates Temporary Food Facilities and Special Events. A "temporary food facility" means a food facility approved by the enforcement officer that may be readily disassembled for storage or for transporting, and readily assembled to its original integrity at a different location, is easily movable, and operates at a fixed location for the duration of an approved community event or at a swap meet.
All food operations in the County of El Dorado are required to have a valid Business License. Please contact the proper agency listed below for more details.
THIS APPLIES TO VENDORS FOR SINGLE EVENTS OR ANNUAL PERMITS.
For further information, please contact your local Environmental Health Office In Placerville area: (530) 621-5300
In South Lake Tahoe area: (530) 573-3450