Special Event Organizer Packet
Each special event involving food is unique. Due to the way the rules are written, some events and vendors may be exempt. It is in the best interest of the organizer, sponsor, coordinator, food vendors, and the health of the public that you contact the Union County Environmental Health Department, Fire Marshal, Zoning, etc., prior to any event involving food to determine what will be required.
Special Event Food Application
A Temporary Food Event operates in connection with a fair, carnival, circus, public exhibition or other similar gathering
Inspection Exemption Application
G.S. 130-250 (7) Allows establishments that are incorporated as nonprofit corporations in accordance with Chapter 55 of the General Statues or are exempt from federal income tax under the Internal Revenue Code as defined in G.S. 105-228.90 or that are political committees as defined in G.S. 163-278.6(14) to prepare or serve food and/or drink for pay no more than once a month for a period of two consecutive days. Even though your event may be exempted from being regulated you should use “best practice” during an event to ensure the safety of your patrons