The 2022 online renewal and payment option will be available November 1st – December 31st. Renewals made after January 1, 2022 are subject to a late fee and must be made in-person at your local Central District Health office.
2022 Letter to Food Establishment Owners/Operators from Community & Environmental Health.
If you have questions, please call CDH's Community & Environmental Health Division at 208-327-7499.
Idaho House Bill (HB) 151 was passed during the 2019 Legislative Session. HB 151 amends Idaho Code (Section 39-1607) to revise provisions regarding certain fees for food establishments. To view the bill, click HERE.
Changes to Temporary Food Establishment permit fees are in effect. Other Food Establishment permit fee changes went into effect on July 1, 2019 and others took effect on January 1, 2020.
TYPE OF FOOD ESTABLISHMENT AND FEE STRUCTURE
Temporary Food Establishments
Temporary events include parades, street fairs, festivals, and similar events that operate for a specific term not to exceed 14 consecutive days. Normally, the applicant does not qualify for a permanent license. At the end of the event, the establishment will be removed from the premises. The annual Food Establishment License issued to restaurants and caterers for their permanent location or commisary is not applicable to a Temporary Food Establishment at events. View requirements and related resources, HERE.
Mobile Food Establishments
Related: Food Establishment Forms
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