Just a reminder about temporary street closures for the funeral procession of Lewisville Fire Chief Tim Tittle. The closures will start this morning, Friday, Jan. 24, at McGee Lane at First Baptist Church of Lewisville, head south down Old Orchard, Valley Parkway, FM 3040, Edmonds and into Coppell. A flyover of multiple helicopters will start the procession.

Citizens are encouraged to line the route to pay tribute to Chief Tittle and his family. Timing of street closures will be from around 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Drivers should plan accordingly and consider alternate routes.

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Temporary Food Establishment


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Temporary Food Establishments

A valid permit issued by the regulatory authority is required to operate a temporary food establishment.

Examples of temporary food establishment events are parades, fairs, festivals, exhibits, block parties, street dances, carnivals, circuses, temporary commercial out-door amusements and sporting events. Temporary food establishment events may include a one-time grand opening event, charity sponsored function, or a U.S. nationally observed holiday.


Food vendors may operate a Temporary Food Service Establishment for up to ten (10) consecutive days. The cost to operate a Temporary Food Service Establishment is $50 for the first day plus $10 each additional day. Permit approval is contingent upon the nature of the Temporary Food Service event and the number of times Temporary Food Establishment permits have been issued for:

  1. the food vendor; and
  2. the location at which the vendor wishes to prepare and serve food 

Only six temporary food establishment events may be held at the same location or issued to the same permit holder in one calendar year, unless the event is a city-operated or city-sponsored event.

Additional information on Temporary Food Establishments Permits can be found in the Policy and Permit Requirements and the Guidelines for Temporary Food Establishments.