Food trucks may be used to provide catering services at events on campus* if the following conditions are met:
You have reserved an outdoor location using the EMS Webapp to verify the space is available and reservable.
Your parking location has been pre-approved by Facilities (Parking & Transportation). Your parking request can be submitted in the EMS Webapp as part of your location reservation. Depending on the location, this might require review by a weekly campus traffic review committee before approval can be granted, so allow plenty of advance notice. Trucks may park only in official parking spaces in campus lots and may not occupy any pathway on the campus at any time.
The food truck has a mobile food license issued by Tri-County Health.
A certificate of insurance is provided to the event organizer naming the Regents of the University of Colorado as additional insured.
The food truck must complete and sign the Mobile Food Truck Policy and return to the event organizer for final review and signature. A signed copy must be on site at the event in case of an inspection.
*Note: Food trucks are not permitted to provide catering for the AHSB South Plaza due to the T-Street Kitchen catering first right of refusal agreement.
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