When it comes to hosting a wedding in Clark County, there are certain restrictions that must be taken into account when it comes to food and catering. Serving food to the public in Clark County requires a health permit issued by the Department of the Environment. This permit must be obtained by submitting a request to review the plan and paying a one-time fee, which must be submitted to the Department of Health for review and approval. Once plans have been approved by a health inspector, a health permit can be purchased and must be renewed annually.
Temporary health permits for a single event have a single fee and a request for the review of the plan and the permit. For more information, visit the FAQ page about farmers markets and temporary events. In addition to obtaining a health permit, you may also need to obtain a catering license from your county's Department of Health or Department of Agriculture. This license is simply a permit to operate a legal catering business in your county. Use these links to learn about the requirements, application, and payment for a temporary health permit in Clark County.