M O B I L E    F O O D    F A C I L I T I E S    ( M F F )

A Mobile Food Facility (MFF) is any vehicle used in conjunction with a commissary or other permanent food facility upon which food is sold or distributed at retail. This department is responsible for the inspection of various types of MFFs to ensure the safety of consumers by reviewing plan checks for the facility as well as issuing valid health permits to those that are compliant with California regulations.

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ATTENTION ALL VENDORS & FOOD FANS!!!
Nevada County Environmental Health Department is coordinating an ongoing event to support our local Temporary Food Facility and Mobile Food Facility vendors.  Don’t miss out, help us support our community and enjoy great food! Click the link below for more information.

Temporary Food Facility Carhop Event - May 30th - July 26th 

Weekly updates will be provided with vendors and their menu items.

TFF Vendors for 5/30 - 5/31


APPLICATION PROCESS

Before applying for a Mobile Food Facility Permit, go through the following steps and read through the  MFF Construction and Operation Guide. 

  1. Commissary
  2. Food Safety Certification
  3. Business Permit
  4. HCD
  5. Restroom Facilities
  6. Plan Check Application Process
  7. After Submittal

All MFF's are required to operate out of an approved commissary as required by the California Retail Food Code. The MFF has to be stored at or within the commissary or another approved location by this department. 

You cannot store you Mobile Food Facility at home. 

When submitting your Plan Check Application, include the Commissary Verification Form that is to be filled out by the Commissary owner. 

F E E S

Major Plan Check Application $ 1,494.88
Minor Plan Check Application $ 560.58
Certificate of Operation (Annual Permit) $ 467.15