In 2022 the Gallatin City Council amended the city’s code of ordinances to include specific rules for mobile food vendors including hours of operation, operating requirements, permitting and enforcement.
Gallatin City Amended Ordinance O21Ø7-45 establishes a $130 permit allowing food-truck sales across the city for an entire year. The fee will be used to cover the costs of safety inspections of food trucks.
A gathering of four or more food trucks is considered a “food-truck rally” and would require an additional $50 permit from the city’s Planning Department. Each food truck vendor is also required to have the full-year permit. A rally permit requires applicants to maintain a litter-free site, coordinate traffic and pedestrian safety, and meet safety standards when utilizing external lighting and electrical equipment.
Operating without a permit may result in a $500 permit fee for subsequent applications.
Contact the Planning Department at 615-451-5796 for more information on food-truck permitting.
3. After Planning has processed the permit and an has it entered into the system with all the required documentation provided by the customer, they will contact the Customer and to schedule an inspection from the Codes Department. Typically the inspection will be conducted in the Famers Market parking lot.
FOOD TRUCKS WITH PERMITS
The following is a list of food trucks with permits as of 5/17/22. If you would like your permitted food truck to be listed, please contact the Gallatin Mayor's Office at 615-451-5961. This list is for informational purposes and is not an endorsement by the city.