For these permits:
Marijuana establishments and businesses involve unique operations which can create significant life safety and fire hazards. All marijuana establishments and businesses engaging in these activities shall be required to obtain all applicable annual operational permits from the Denver Fire Department, in addition to applicable construction permits and Excise and License business licenses.
Below is a pdf flow chart overview of the Denver Fire Department Marijuana permitting process. (Please click on the chart to enlarge)
Extraction facilities modifying equipment, solvents, and/ or processes please note the process for review and approval: Extraction Modification Notice
For all operational permits please apply via the E-Permits - Accela Citizen Access portal below.
A Mobile Retail Food Vendor is defined as follows: An establishment that sells or serves food to consumers that reports to and operates from a commissary and is readily moveable, such as a truck, trailer, cart or kiosk. Examples include a mobile food truck that travels to different locations, moveable hot dog stand that sets up on a periodic basis, or other food carts or pushcarts that are wheeled and towed to a specific location.
The Denver Fire Department is involved in the licensing process by requiring an conducting annual Fire Safety Inspections to ensure compliance with the Denver Fire Code and also by requiring an Operational Permit obtained from the Denver Fire Department for the use of Propane (LPG). Contact the Denver Fire Department Mobiles Inspectors (Info Below) for Policy and Application Information.
Denver Fire Department Contact Information:
Phone: 720-913-3474 (Ask for the Food Truck Inspector)
Denver Department of Public Health and Environment
City and County of Denver Business Licensing Center (Step by Step)
Access E-Permits - Accela Citizen Access to:
Denver Manager of Finance
You can deliver in person to:
745 West Colfax Avenue - 1st Floor
(receipt will be issued)
Or mail to:
P.O. Box 733422
Dallas, TX 75373-3422
Payment may also be made online by credit card.
You can also call (720) 913-3474 if you have questions regarding making payments.