Tag: mobile food vendors
The draft ordinance identifies specific locations downtown where mobile food vendors can operate and the city is looking to charge vendors a monthly fee of $35 per parking space used.
The city of Las Vegas said licensed mobile food vendors wanting to do business in the downtown area registered for a lottery, which will allow them access to three legal parking spots on a rotating basis.
The City of Cambridge invites applications from qualified Mobile Food Vendors to sell freshly-prepared food and beverages at designated spaces at riverside parks.
The city of Las Vegas said licensed mobile food vendors wanting to do business in downtown registered for a lottery that would allow them access to three legal parking spots on a rotating basis.
Neenah moves to regulate mobile food vendors. Mobile food vendors operating on streets and sidewalks now have to stay 500 feet away from events like Communityfest and the downtown Neenah farmers market, under a new ordinance.
Food trucks have become essential elements to the workday lunch and the job force, but for Upper West and Upper East Side residents and businesses, they can be detrimental to quality of life. That’s why Council Member Dan Garodnick authored a citywide bill that would designate food truck “zones,” creating a sense of order for food truck workers, and a more peaceful community atmosphere.
Since The Flying Stove’s debut, at least a half dozen other food trucks have rolled out
Food trucks, pushcarts and other businesses on wheels to move about town.