Please navigate to the Harvest Festival page for more information.
Average attendance: 10,000
All documents must be received by the specified due dates to attend this event.
***Non-food related vendors please visit https://www.wuertzfarm.com/festival.html for information.***
Please navigate to the Pinal County Fair page for more information.
Each vendor is required to have liability insurance to participate in events at PCFEC. The fairgrounds and its representatives must be named as additional insured and a certificate of insurance must be issued and received no less than one week before the fair. Vendors that don't have their own policy may secure insurance through the fair for $120. Certificate of insurance wording to be provided after application approval.
Below are some important updates to the Pinal County Environmental Health Services permitting process. Please review the following to determine how best to proceed. For questions regarding permitting, please contact Environmental Health Services at 866-287-0209 or EnvHealth@pinalcountyaz.gov
Yes, I have a Pinal County Health Permit:
Great! We ask that you submit a copy of your valid permit to our office at least 72hrs in advance of setting up your booth. Pinal County does not require you to submit their temporary event booth application as you are permitted to attend all events via your current mobile food permit with them.
No, I don’t have a Pinal County Health Permit:
If you operate outside of the State of Arizona, or do not have a health permit, and wish to participate at a Pinal Fairgrounds & Event Center event, you must submit a Temporary Food Booth Application to our office by the specified due date. Due dates can be found above and will be included in your contract once approved.
If you would like to apply for an annual Pinal County Mobile Food Permit, please contact them directly for more information.
I have a permit in another AZ county:
You are required to obtain a Mobile Food Unit Permit from Pinal County to attend events in Pinal County
Effective August 3, 2018 a new law went into effect regarding mobile food permits. This should expedite the process through which a mobile food unit with a permit from another Arizona County (where their commissary is located) may obtain a Pinal County Permit. A Pinal County mobile food permit is required prior to operating a mobile food establishment in Pinal County. To become permitted, you will need to submit the following to the Pinal County Environmental Health Services:
2. Copy of Mobile Food Permit from the home County where the commissary is located.
3. Copy of Commissary Agreement from the home County where the commissary is located.
4. Annual Permit fee - $29.00