Homegrown Fun! | Payson, UT
A Country Farm
As noted above, additional permits, fees, and signatures are required for vendors offering food products. We ask that vendors interested in food sales work directly with the County for the necessary permits and fees. However, we have provided a link to the Utah County Health Department Temporary Food information page.
We have also included the food vendor application for convenience. Food applications must be submitted to the Utah County Health Department 14 days prior to the event. We encourage food vendors to submit their applications to the County Health Department by 15 September unless otherwise stated in the County’s website.
The Fire Marshall requires fire retardant tents for vendors preparing certain foods in their booth. Please see Utah County’s site for other information that may be required, and/or contact the County for specifications.
All food permits must be obtained prior to the festival and available for inspection upon arrival.
The CFF Festival Guidelines provides each vendor, volunteer, demonstrator, and entertainer with information necessary for a safe and productive event. Please take the time to review the material, as you will find both necessary and useful information. Note: The site map and booth locations are subject to change. Up-to-date versions will be available upon event set up.
Electricity (120v) will be made available to booth(s) upon request. Fees vary based on vendor requirements. An additional fee of $10/day will be added for basic electrical use (e.g., string of small Christmas lights and one 100w bulb). Vendors having greater electrical requirements will be charged accordingly. The vendor is to supply any additional extension cords required for their display needs.
County permits are required of all vendors. We have provided a Utah County Temporary Use Application to assist you. The County permits cost $5. A separate check is needed for the county fee. Please make these checks out to Utah County Community Development.
Food vendors must obtain a sign-off on the Temporary Use Application from the County Health Department during the food application process.
For your convenience, Fest producers will be happy to submit the completed Utah County Temporary Use Application and $5 fee, as well as obtain required County approvals on behalf of the vendor if received with CFF registration fees by 15 September. Please note that we have included requisite information on the County application form, will assign booth space appropriately, and submit a site map to the County.
We wish to ensure a successful and fun event for all. If you have any questions please, contact us.
We’d love to help in any way that we can.
Booth space is limited. To secure a booth(s), please register early. Country Farm Fest Vendor Applications must be received by 15 September, although some exceptions have been made. All interested parties must be registered with Country Farm Fest and booth space paid for by 1 October.
Fest producers reserve the right to limit the number and types of products sold to remain in keeping with the family theme and to ensure a variety of products.
The booth space size is 10x10. A vendor may apply for one or more booth spaces.
Booth fees for the 5-day festival (2 weekends of exposure) are $200 per space or $325 for two. Payment may be made upon receipt of application approval, but no later than
1 October. We’re sorry, these fees are nonrefundable—even if there is inclement weather.
CFF Vendor Application
Vendor Temp Use Application
UT Cty Temp Food Info
UT Temp Food Application
CFF Festival Guidelines
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