payment to the Division of Health of the required licensing fee as provided in Chapter 160, Fees andCharges, said applicant shall schedule their pre-operation inspection by the Health Officer.
§175-9.3.Operation Requirements for all Devices (Push Carts) and Trucks
A. All trucks and devices shall comply with City, County, and State law.B.Trash and recycling receptacles are required and must be made available byowner/operator, who will then dispose of trash and recycling off site.C. Hours of Operation - Monday through Friday; 6:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M., exceptholidays. No devices or trucks are permitted to stay parked on City streets past 10:00 P.M.D.Push carts transported by truck cannot occupy the street and the sidewalk at the sametime.E.New or replacement devices or trucks must be inspected before operating. No changescan be made to approved devices or trucks without re-inspection by the Div. Of Health. F.All trucks and devices are subject to inspection and operational requirements establishedby the Division of Health and the Jersey City Fire Department;G.No truck or device operator is permitted to serve food to a motorist whose automobile isblocking the passage of traffic.
§175-9.4Additional Operation Requirements for Devices (Push Carts)
A.No devices shall be permitted to occupy street space. B.Devices must be self-contained- no coolers are permitted to be placed on City streets orsidewalks.
§175-9.5.Additional Operation Requirements for Trucks
A. The truck must be self-contained- no coolers or generators are allowed to be placed onthe sidewalk or street.B.No in-truck dinning services or sidewalk tables and chairs are allowed.
§175-10.Licenses Issued; Expiration; Renewal.
A. Licenses shall be issued after the completion of the application and education/trainingprocess and payment of the required fees. Licenses shall then expire one (1) year from the date ofissuance, unless sooner suspended or revoked. Renewals of licenses should be completed prior to theexpiration of the previous license term, but in no instances shall renewals be issued beyond sixty (60)days after the expiration of a prior license. The license of any licensee who fails to renew shall lapse andsaid licensee shall have to reapply for a license and cannot operate until he/she completes and passes theapplication process anew.B.The Health Officer is authorized to renew the license of a deceased licensee in the nameof the deceased licensee’s surviving spouse or listed business partner upon production of anoriginal death certificate within 90-days of the licensee’s death.C.No person shall hold more than one license, nor have any interest directly or indirectly, inany other license, unless they meet thee application requirements as set forth in 175-9.1. Failure toobserve this provision shall result in the revocation of all licenses held in the individual, the businessentity, or the name of any other person or entity which allowed for another licensee to hold a direct orindirect interest in another vendor. This determination shall be at a hearing before the Health Officer.
§175-11.Display Metal Placard for Vehicle or Truck.
A. Every person licensed as an itinerant catering device or itinerant truck shall, upon theprocurement of the license, obtain from the Health Officer, a metal placard for each such licensed vehicle.The metal placard shall be furnished by the City and shall indicate:(1)The number of the issued license; and