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Please select one of the options. Please note the additional requirements for events held on Township owned property
Special Event Food Licenses can be issued for one-week maximum. Please remit $50.00 per week; Checks can be made payable to Wall Township and may be placed in the mail, delivered in person, or by using our drop box (available 24/7).
Satisfactory inspection from the Wall Township Fire Prevention Bureau:
Address: 1612 Route 71, Wall NJ 07719
Satisfactory inspection from the Board of Health:
Address:1 Municipal Plaza, Freehold NJ 07728
For events held on Township Property only*
Workmans Compensation: required for anyone other than owner operated vendors
Automobile Insurance: required for food trucks only
General Liability: Required for all vendors
Certificate of Liability Insurance: Provide minimum of (1) one million dollars per occurrence with Wall Township named as additionally insured.
By checking this box, you acknowledge the insurance requirements
Please upload insurance information if applicable.
By checking this box, I consent that I have reviewed and understand Township Code Chapter 119 pertaining to food establishments
New Jersey State Law mandates that certain food handling procedures be adhered to at all times.
Foods must be obtained from approved sources and may not be prepared in a private home. Both hot and cold foods must be held and served within prescribed temperature limits. Bare hand contact with “Ready to Eat” foods is prohibited, and proper employee hygiene must be observed. Proper food preparation, transportation and on site holding procedures are all vital to ensuring a safe event.
As such the Freehold Area Health Department, in accordance with existing local ordinance requires that all participants obtain a temporary retail food license to cover your operation
Please list full menu with particular attention to any items which require temperature control and/or are “potentially hazardous”.
(Facility name, address and phone number)
(Temperature abused products which cannot be reheated to 165 degrees for 15 seconds will be embargoed/destroyed.) Sharing of critical equipment is unacceptable. You must be appropriately equipped to properly conduct your operation
Muscle meats, pork and fish must be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees for 15 seconds. Comminuted (ground) meats (hamburger for example) must be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees for 3 minutes, or 150 degrees for 1 minute or 158 degrees for 1 second.
As per the revisions to the code effective January 2, 2007, bare hand contact with “Ready to Eat” foods is now prohibited
Hand washing is one key component in reducing the transmission of bacteria and minimizing potential cross contamination between raw items, cooked and “Ready to Eat” foods.
NOTE: This office reserves the right to issue further requirements based upon the nature of the proposed operation, in accordance with N.J.A.C. 8:24.
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