Ice cream truck vendor regulations are uniform standards and requirements for vending. Ice cream truck vending requires a permit, and is defined as selling, displaying or offering to sell ice cream or any other prepackaged food product from an ice cream truck.
Shrewsbury Health Department Permitting Requirements
Completed food permit application (application can be found under Resources at the bottom of this page)
Copy of Food Protection Manager certificate or Food Handler certificate (if applicable)
Copy of Allergen Awareness certificate
Copy of food permit from the town you're based out of
Copy of last food inspection report
Proof of CORI / SORI check from the Town you're based out of
Copy of State or Local Hawker & Peddler's License (whichever applies)
Copy of Menu
Route to include: days of operation and times
Fee: $250.00 annual fee or $75.00 per temporary food event - check can be made payable to: Town of Shrewsbury
Please contact the Health Department to schedule an inspection of the truck(s) with the Health Inspector. Upon a passing inspection, a permit would be issued at that time.
Note: Deadline to apply with the Board of Health is two (2) weeks prior to any temporary food event. A Health Agent will conduct an inspection on the day of the event. Upon a passing inspection, a temporary food permit will be issued.
Please read the Food Vendor Notice from the Parks and Recreation Department under Resources at the bottom of this page.