A food establishment permit is required for any person or business that seeks to operate a food establishment. Permits are not transferable from one person to another or from one location to another location, except as otherwise permitted by this article. A valid permit must be posted in or on every food establishment.
Prior to the approval of an initial permit or the renewal of an existing permit, the regulatory authority shall inspect the proposed food establishment to determine compliance with state laws and rules. A food establishment that does not comply with state laws and rules will be denied a permit or the renewal of a permit.
Permit fees are explained in chapter 18 of the Selma Code of Ordinances. It is summed up here.