- Complete the Food and Drink Licensing Application.
- Look up the Licensing Fees.
- Submit application and fee to the City Clerk's Office listed on the application.
- Licenses are issued after the application and fees have been processed and an inspector conducts a pre-inspection and approves the license.
- For questions and/or to schedule a pre-inspection, please contact us at (608) 242-6515 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These fact sheets outline the licensing, storage and display, and labeling requirements for sampling and selling food at Farmers’ Markets.
- Captive Game Animals
- Cheese Curds
- Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
- Guidelines for Food Sampling
- Juice and Cider
- Maple Syrup
- Pickle Bill
- Smoked Fish
Farmers' Market Manager Information
The Market Manager has an important role in assuring food safety. Working closely with Public Health, the Market Manager:
- Identifies and resolves potential public health concerns before and during the market.
- Ensures vendors are properly licensed.
- Educates vendors about food safety requirements.
Vendor meetings with Public Health staff in attendance are highly encouraged.
Managers must complete and submit the following forms to our Environmental Health Division 30 days prior to the opening of the market.
- Phone: (608) 242-6515
- Email: email@example.com
- Español: (608) 243-0380