The Food Truck fire inspection can not be scheduled until you have made contact with Ms. Pearlette Shuman, email@example.com with the City Of Savannah to begin the Mobile Food Service Permit Process.
On Jan. 1, 2020, the State of Georgia adopted code, specifically NFPA 96 Annex B: Mobile and Temporary Cooking Operations, 2017 Edition, that greatly effects the state mandated rules and regulations that govern mobile food service units (MFSUs).
A grace period had been granted allowing time for all to become aware of these changes and plan accordingly; then the Covid-19 pandemic occurred and pushed this grace period back even further. The date all MFSUs must meet these requirements is now July 1, 2021.
Please find accompanying this Informational Bulletin a diagram, NFPA Fact Sheet: Food Truck Safety, that outlines many of the requirements MFSUs must meet.
The National Fire Protection Association also provides free access to code sections at: