Food delivery service

Temporary measure applies to 3rd party delivery

Chula Vista, CA – The City of Chula Vista has issued an Emergency Order temporarily capping third party delivery service and related fees charged to restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The restriction applies to any third-party food delivery company that offers same day delivery/pickup of food or beverages for at least five separately owned retail food establishments in the City of Chula Vista.

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The Order requires fees imposed by delivery companies to be capped at a combined 18% of purchase price for an online order. The 18% cap consists of a 15% delivery fee cap and a 3% cap for all other fees and charges.

The order went into effect February 24 and will remains in effect until 60 days after restaurants are permitted by state and local health orders to resume indoor dining at 100% capacity.

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