3-11-2: DEFINITIONS:
BUSINESS LICENSE ORIGIN: The original municipality, or political subdivision, within the State of Utah, for which the business collects and pays Sales Tax.
EVENT PERMIT: A permit that a political subdivision issues to the organizer of a public food truck event located on public property.
FIRST TIME FOOD TRUCK APPLICATION: An application for a mobile food truck business that does not already possess a business license with another municipality or political subdivision within the State of Utah.
FOOD TRUCK: A fully encased food service establishment:
   A.   On a motor vehicle or on a trailer that a motor vehicle pulls to transport; and
   B.   From which a food truck vendor, standing within the frame of the vehicle, prepares, cooks, sells, or serves food or beverages for immediate human consumption.
   C.   Food truck does not include vending carts or mobile ice cream vendors.
FOOD TRUCK EVENT: An event where an individual has ordered or commissioned the operation of a food truck at a private or public gathering.
FOOD TRUCK OPERATOR: A person who manages, controls, or who has the duty to manage or control, the operation of a food truck.
FOOD TRUCK OWNER: A person who owns and/or holds the actual title to the food truck vehicle.
FOOD TRUCK RALLY: A private or public parcel of land where two (2) or more mobile food businesses congregate to:
   A.   Prepare, cook, sell, or serve food or beverages for human consumption.
   B.   Food truck rally shall not include special events.
RECIPROCITY FOOD TRUCK PERMIT APPLICATION: An application for a mobile food truck business within the Riverdale City boundary limits, that already has an active license with another municipality, or political subdivision, located within the State of Utah.
TEMPORARY MASS GATHERING: A. An actual or reasonably anticipated assembly of five hundred (500) or more people that continues, or reasonably can be expected to continue, for two (2) or more hours per day; or
   B.   An event that requires a more extensive review to protect public health and safety because the event's nature or conditions have the potential of generating environmental or health risks. (Ord. 901, 8-7-2018)