Information About Becoming a Mobile Food Unit
- All units are required to work with a central preparation facility / commissary within the city limits of Longview. They must report a minimum once daily for supplies, cleaning and servicing.
Daily vending itineraries, agreements for property and restroom access must be on file with environmental health.
Units must meet the Longview Fire Department requirements governing LPG, electrical, fire extinguishers, fire suppression systems, etc.
Units must be located on approved surface per existing zoning ordinance, no vending on grass or dirt. They can’t obstruct traffic, fire lanes, drive aisles or impair visibility.
Mobile Food Units are required to have property owners permission.
List of Ordinances Concerning Mobile Food Units
- Chapter 46 Food and Food Establishments - Article II Mobile Food Units
- Chapter 67 Outdoor Vendors, Solicitors, and Mobile Food Units
If you are interested in operating a Mobile Food Unit, you can contact the Environmental Health Department's Food Service Division.
- Food Truck - Combined Information and Registration Packet
- Food Truck - STOP Before Preceeding Message
- Food Truck - Mobile Food Unit Guidelines
- Food Truck - Longview Fire Department Guide
- Food Truck - Application for Mobile Food Unit Permit
- Food Truck - Commissary Approval Form
- Food Truck - Mobile Food Unit Itinerary Sheet
- Food Truck - Restroom Facility Agreement