Prince George's county, maryland

For the first time in more than a decade, Prince George's County approved food truck vending in October 2015. County leaders said they believe the vendors can spark economic development and provide healthy food to underserved communities. Click here for more information about licensing. 

Prince George's county, maryland - forms and processes

1) Certified Food Manager License
Take and pass exam approved by Conference for Food Protection Visit Department of Permitting, Inspection and Enforcement

(Application + fee + course certificate + ID to 9400 Peppercorn Place, 1st Floor, Large, Maryland 20774)


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2) Plan Review
Information and drawn plan of the truck's equipment Send to Department of Division of Environmental Health Large Government Center

(Application + fee + menu + floor plan to 9201 Basil Court, Suite 318, Largo, MD 20774)

Plan Review Application $300 Plan Review Fee

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3) Food Service Facility Permit
Any person planning to distribute, prepare, handle, or dispense food for public consumption with or without charge must apply Send to Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcements

(Application + fee to 9400 Peppercorn Place, 1st Floor, Large, MD 20774)

Mobile Food Service Facility Permit Application $672 License Fee

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4) Fire Inspection
Inspection to ensure mobile food vending are up to fire and safety codes Send to Office of the Fire Marshall

(Fee to 6820 Webster Street, Suite 124, Landover Hills, MD 20784)

$75 Fire Department Fee

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