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Apply for a Theme Park Food Cart Plan Review Only

To begin Florida's food service licensing process, the law requires the division to review facility plans for sanitation and safety concerns. Plan review is required when the establishment is: 1) newly built, 2) converted from another use, 3) extensively remodeled or 4) re-opened after being closed at least 1 year.

Application Requirements:
 
  • ELIGIBILITY: If your operation does not meet the following definition, please return to the previous page to select the correct one.

    Theme Park Food Carts are mobile or stationary units that operate within the confines of a theme park or entertainment complex as an extension of or in association with a fixed public food service establishment. Such carts are licensed collectively by the entity that maintains and operates them. The operator is required to notify the division immediately of any changes in the number of carts. [Rule 61C-1.002(5)(a)6., Florida Administrative Code]


    "Theme park or entertainment complex" means a complex comprised of at least 25 contiguous acres owned and controlled by the same business entity and which contains permanent exhibitions and a variety of recreational activities and has a minimum of 1 million visitors annually. [Section 509.013 (9), Florida Statutes]



  • APPLICATION: Obtain and complete the Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Plan Review Application Packet in Microsoft Word or Fill-in PDF (also referenced at the bottom of this page). The application packet includes instructions for making application and the following forms:

    • DBPR HR-7006 Mobile Food Dispensing Vehicle Plan Review Application - Word / Fill-in PDF
    • DBPR HR-7022 Commissary Notification - Word / Fill-in PDF
      A commissary is a commercial establishment which provides required services to the mobile food dispensing vehicle. All mobile food dispensing vehicles must use a commissary. At a minimum, the commissary provides for acquisition of potable water and the disposal of wastewater. The division is unable to approve your plans without this form.
    • Onsite Sewage (Septic) and Water Supply Evaluation -Word / Fill-in PDF

  • SCALED DRAWINGS: At least two (2) scaled drawings. The division will not accept cell phone photos of drawings. A side view of the vehicle is also required. The division will keep one set of plans and return any additional sets to the applicant. You may also submit additional sets required by local authorities. Click here for additional information.


  • APPLICATION FEE: There is no fee for plan review.

  • MORE INFO: For more information about the plan review process, please see our plan review webpage. Plan review is a separate process from applying for a public food service license. For licensing information, please see our licensing webpage. Use the Back button or arrow to return to this screen.

If you have questions or need assistance in completing this application, please call the Customer Contact Center at 850-487-1395.


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