Food Truck Permit
What is a Food Truck?
A Food Truck, or its official name Mobile Cooking Operation, is a restaurant on wheels. This could be a van, truck or trailer converted to contain a mobile commercial-grade kitchen.
What is required to operate a Food Truck?
There are requirements for Alberta Health Services, the Fire Department and Inspection Services.
For a food truck to legally operate inside the City, all units are required to have an inspection from the Fire Department, Alberta Health Services and Inspection Services. Upon successful inspections, the unit will be awarded a sticker, from each authority for the current year. If one (or more) of the inspection is not successful, the Operator will be provided with items that need to be corrected before receiving their sticker.
Please see drop-down list below for further information on each authority.
For Inspection Services, if the inspection was not successful, a permit is required to complete the repair.
A Certified Installer or Master Electrician is required to apply for a Commercial Plumbing, Commercial Gas or Commercial Electrical permit. While the Operator can apply for the Commercial Building Permit.
Each permit that is required will cost $85.00 + $4.50 Safety Codes Levy
For the Fire Department, if your initial inspection as noted above isn't successful, any deficient items will need to be corrected and re-inspected.
The following is a list of Food trucks that have met the requirements and are authorized to operate in the City of Grande Prairie for 2020:
Abby's Dogs, Burgers & Fries
CK Next Generation
Cool Cat Grilled Cheese
Crooked Creek Donuts
Curry in a Hurry
Dutch Wharf Fish and Chips
Hole in the Wall
Sugared Donut Shop
The Bugel Wagon
Eat Your Heart Out - Expires August 31, 2020
Private property – permission from the property owner is required
Public/City-owned property – the application form can be found here and includes Muskoseepi Park, Centre 2000, downtown, CKC turf field/grandstands, and the Montrose Cultural Centre
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