Submit the application and applicable license fee in person to the department at least 14 days before the event.
Please be aware that license fees have been set for ALL nonprofit organizations per event, this includes all City sanctioned events. Please call Environmental Services for the appropriate fee for your event.
Please contact the city you plan to operate in for any additional requirements.
21 Day Mobile Food Units
As of January 1, 2018, Anoka County will be requiring all temporary food trucks and trailers to obtain an Anoka County license.
The Temporary Food Truck/Trailer License allows the operation within Anoka County for 21 days or less during the licensing year. Please be aware that reciprocity agreements that have been used in previous licensing years are no longer valid. A license must be obtained. To be eligible for this license each licensee must hold a valid annual license through the Minnesota Department of Health or another agency. Please call 763-324-4260 for licensing questions. Please contact the city you plan to operate in for any additional requirements.
All temporary food stands, food trucks and food carts must be licensed in Anoka County. See below to find out what type of licence you need to operate in Anoka County.
Food items that DO NOT require a license to sell include: