Starting your own business
Permits and applications for new businesses
Restaurants & Foods
For new restaurants:
For existing restaurants:
If you plan on selling food at an event, you will need a Temporary Food Permit. These permits must be applied for at least 10 days before the event. To sell at an event lasting more than one day, you will need a Long Term Temporary Food Permit.
To apply for a temporary food permit, fill out the application that applies to you and submit it to TriCounty Health Department
Recreational camps must be permitted by TriCounty Health Department to ensure safe drinking water, proper waste disposal, and other environmental health factors. If you are thinking about opening your own recreational camp, please fill out the following application and submit it to TriCounty Health. We are happy to go over any questions you may have about the process to get your business up and running.
All other businesses:
In order to receive a business license, you may need a Health and Safety inspection from TriCounty Health Department. To schedule this inspection, please fill out the form below and submit to TriCounty Health.
To learn more about breast feeding and lactation support services, click the photo above.
children with special healthcare needs
To learn more about helping out with children that have special healthcare needs, click the photo above.
Vernal (435) 247-1177
133 South 500 East, Vernal, UT, 84078
Environmental Health Hours:
MONDAY – FRIDAY 7:30-5:30
Roosevelt office closed noon-1pm