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Request for Proposals (RFP)

 
Address: 800 Maynard Ave S. Suite 300 (Map It)
Joanne Orsucci 206-684-8001 | joanne.orsucci@seattle.gov

2016 PERMITTED SEASONAL VENDORS / SERVICE PROVIDERS

Here is the list of all the approved and permitted Seattle Parks and Recreation Concessionaires or Service Providers as follows as of July 12, 2016 (Downtown Parks and Waterfront Park were not included in this list. This list will be updated from time to time as more permits are approved):

2016 Approved Seasonal Concessionairies

SEATTLE PARKS AND RECREATION OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SEASONAL FOOD TRUCK, ACTIVITIES AND FITNESS CONCESSIONS IN VARIOUS PARKS

Seattle Parks and Recreation is interested in securing seasonal partners to operate food service, activities and group fitness in various park locations throughout the City of Seattle. Locations vary with sites appropriate for carts, food trucks and other self-contained service businesses. Packets can be picked up in person at the address below, or you may request a packet be mailed to you. Small businesses, Women and/or Minority Businesses are encouraged to submit proposals.

2016 CONCESSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Seattle Parks and Recreation Concessionaire requirements are as follows:

  • Seattle Parks permit (fee is $75 per park, per year) to sell on City of Seattle Park property
  • Copy of your current City of Seattle business license
  • Seattle/King County Food handlers health Permit ( for food and beverage Vending)
  • Liability insurance coverage in the amount of $1 million dollars and add the "City of Seattle" as an additional insured
  • You and your Staff must all pass a WA State Patrol Background check
  • A small percentage of your gross sales (less sales tax) will be paid to the Parks Department. This is usually 10% or a minimum flat fee per month, whichever is greater. The minimum dollar amount may change depending on the park and time of year.

Mailing Address and Contact Information:
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Attn: Saret King 800 Maynard Ave. S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134-1334
Office: 206 233-7267
Email: Saret.King@seattle.gov

 
Updated July 13, 2016

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