Yes. Restaurants with a valid health permit may serve as a commissary if they can provide all commissary needs listed on the commissary form. A commissary evaluation by a mobile food inspector must be completed and approved for the restaurant. Extra fees may be required for this evaluation.
Written approval from the local planning or zoning department is required for overnight parking at the restaurant.
Overnight parking at a nearby storage yard may be approved in conjunction with a restaurant that cannot provide for overnight parking.
Incorporated areas such as City of Sacramento, City of Folsom, and City of Elk Grove require that waste water from the mobile food facility (MFF) be discharged into a grease interceptor prior to entering the public sewer. Restaurants in these areas must be able to meet this requirement in order to be approved. Other sewer district jurisdictions may have similar or additional requirements