For additional information on required documents and other general information see "Steps to Acquire a PBC Vendor Permit" or the "Ordinance for Roadside Vendors"
Yes, just like any
other business you will need a business tax receipt, food license, etc. where
applicable. Pick up a Roadside Vendor Package from our office or go online to
“Steps to Acquire a PBC Vendor Permit”.
A bond can be issued by your insurance company to secure any damage to the right of way.
Yes, vendor must maintain required minimum general liability coverage and a performance bond.
A non-refundable fee
of ($100) one hundred dollars shall be submitted with the application for
permit, the permit is ($250) two hundred and fifty dollars.
Submit an application complete and signed, along with applicable fees to the engineering department. See "Steps to Acquire a PBC Vendor Permit".
Permits are issued for up to a 12 month period and will expire on January 31.
You may sell fresh fruits and vegetables, potted plants, fresh cut flowers and prepared food from locations meeting the requirements. No crafts or seafood.
No, all locations must be approved first by the county engineering department. You cannot vend where there is a sidewalk, curb, gutter, in front of private homes, on state roads, or within city limits.
The county engineering department at 561-684-4030.
Yes a Roadside Vendors Permit is required for commercial use of
county road right of way.
Roadside Vendor is someone who is selling approved items on
the side of the road, rather than on private or commercial property.
To report a traffic problem, please contact the
Engineering Action Center :