San Jacinto City Council seeks new street food vendor regulations

A new set of ordinances regulating the city’s food and other vendors is being drawn up by the San Jacinto city manager on the request of the city council, following discussion at the Oct. 20 regular city council meeting. The direction to city manager Rob Johnson by the council was to design an ordinance, primarily to halt the unlicensed food vendors that are popping up in the city, especially in the evening hours. The ordinances, clarified by the majority of the council, will encourage the increasing unlicensed food vendors to get their Riverside County Department of Environmental Health licenses, follow the required food handling safety regulations, clean up their leftover trash, dispose of cooking oils properly and stay off private property unless permitted by the owner and publi
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