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2024 Haysville Fall Festival

October 18-20, 2024


Rules and Regulations Food Participant Booths

HFF will be responsible for placement of all participants. Each participant’s defined space includes booth plus approximately 10 feet in front of the booth. Each participant is accountable for the cleanliness of this area and must not solicit sales beyond this area. Participants may begin setting up their operation Thursday October 19, 2023, after 2:00 P.M. Unless given prior permission to setup earlier.



  • HFF recommends limited assembly and serving only at this location, as there will be no access for re-supply available after 4:00 P.M. on Friday the 20th, and after 8:30 A.M. on Saturday the 21st and 10:00 A.M. on Sunday the 22nd. There will be activities in the park area Friday night and Saturday night. Vehicles must be parked in a public parking space not inside the park. This is due to the safety of the HFF guests. Food participants can obtain assistance for re-supply with HFF volunteers.

  • Each operator is to provide limited menu and must provide a high-quality product and maintain good speed of service.

  • Any item, equipment or structure placed by participant shall conform and be operated in compliance with the requirement of HFF, Sedgwick County Fire Department, State of Kansas Health Department, Agencies and all other City, County, State, and Federal Laws, Rules, and regulations. Failure to comply may cause participant to be closed immediately at the direction of HFF, also must pay a penalty of $250.00, and the participant shall not receive any reimbursements of any fee paid. Additionally, the participant may have to obtain, prior to the event, a license, permit, or approval required by the City of Haysville, by proper application and payment of any fees at the Treasurer’s Office in City Hall. Mobile Food Participants License (City Code 5.16).

  • Participant must obtain insurance or have its present coverage expanded to cover public liability to protect against possible claims arising out of the operations of its food service. Participant shall furnish a “Certificate of Insurance” upon request of City Officials or HFF. Not being able to produce such “Certificate of Insurance” shall cause participant to be closed immediately. (Penalty applies from the item above)

  • Participant shall provide all appropriate condiment and service wear for their operation.

  • Non-food items may not be sold by participant unless written permission is given by HFF.

  • HFF will provide portable restrooms, and limited utilities.

  • Any participant that sells non-approved item or that competes with another participant shall be subject to$500 penalty.

  • Menus must be submitted to and approved by the HFF. HFF has the right to refuse and approve any menus.

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