Food truck

 Food Events &

Farmers Markets

Public Hearing: First reading of draft proposal regarding Health Code 2 revisions for licensed establishments.

June 22, 2017

7:00 am, Gallatin County Courthouse, Community Room, 311 W. Main, Bozeman

Learn more here. Read draft proposal here.

In Gallatin County, there are numerous temporary events held throughout the year at which food is served to the general public (for example: Christmas Stroll, Sweet Pea, Potato Festival, Customer Appreciation BBQ, etc.). In these situations, all vendors that will be serving food to the public, both for a fee or for free, must possess either:

 

A Montana Retail Food License (mobile or catering endorsement)

OR

A Temporary Event Food Service

Both of these permits are approved by the Gallatin City-County Health Department’s Environmental Health Services, and licensing fees may be required.

For more information on specific programs, check out:

 

Resources

Forms & Applications

Regulations

 

Contact Gallatin City-County Health Department (GCCHD) for more information: (406) 582-3120 or ehs@gallatin.mt.gov