Welcome to DIY 2019. Please fill out this intake form and we will be one step closer to DIY!

Upon completion/review of this form, you will be invoiced for the 50% non-refundable deposit on your space. The cost for a Food Truck/Restaurant is $3,200.

Some important things to be aware of:

  • Load in and Load out will only be done at designated times

  • DIYSF does not provide infrastructure needs (tables, chairs, lights, etc). You will need to bring what you’ll need.

  • Your space must be returned to the same condition, void of trash, debris, etc, that you found it in when you arrived.

  • You will be required to get your own license to operate from OCHD. DIY does not provide licensing.

  • No alcohol sales are allowed. No outside alcohol may be brought into the event.

  • DIYSF cleans up after our guests (those enjoying your food), but you will be expected to monitor the waste you create internally (from making and preparing your food) by bringing it to the designated collection locations on the event grounds.

Contact Person *
Contact Person
Contact Phone *
Contact Phone
We would like to rent a 10' x 10' tent. You by no means are required to have a tent, by the way. *
We understand if we are going to provide our own tent, it must be sandbagged at all four corners. We understand we will not be allowed to open until this is done. *
This is extremely important and will not be taken lightly. Public safety is a priority for us.
Nominal Power Acceptance *
Please acknowledge that you will not need more than the given 20 amp power service. If you are unsure, we recommend looking at every piece of equipment/light/cell phone charger, etc that you intend to use and add up the electrical draw from each to ensure you will have sufficient power.
I have read and understood the information on this page. *
These are just the tip of the iceberg as far as event rules go, but we felt they were the most important to get across early. We think they are pretty much common sense, but definitely worth mentioning. All of the other rules would also fall under the "common sense" category and we don't think any will come as a surprise to anyone.