Tag: Permit Approval
Affton, MO: Affton will get Missouri’s first food truck garden, if County Council approves
By Gloria Lloyd | Call Newspapers If the County Council approves, Missouri’s first food truck garden will be coming to St. Louis next year, overcoming...
Iowa, IA: City Council Approves Food-Truck Plan Again
An amendment allowing for a 90-day pilot program for food trucks downtown passed its second vote at Tuesday evening’s City Council meeting.
Savannah, GA: Food trucks equal a win for Savannah
This Sunday’s first true Food Truck Festival at Emmet Park in downtown Savannah is going to be our first peek at what these rolling kitchens will be like when they are all lined up in one spot. I’m told there could be anywhere between 15 and 20 trucks, with all kinds of different food options you can eat and like.
Cambridge, MA: Food trucks could become a permanent fixture in Cambridge
Cambridge may soon allow food trucks in the city on more than just a temporary basis.
Savannah, GA: Savannah may pass food truck ordinance in June
City says 96 percent surveyed favor ‘mobile units’ on city streets
Carthage, MO: Carthage council extends “Food Truck Friday” events
The Carthage City Council on Tuesday approved motions to allow food trucks to operate in Central Park one Friday each month, and advanced on first reading an ordinance to regulate food truck operations there and in other areas of the city.
Ridgefield, CT: Ridgefield seeks opinions on food trucks
Ridgefield is seeking opinions from residents and business owners about the affect food trucks and vendors have on downtown.
Hartford, CT: Hartford cracks down on food trucks
Aim is to protect city’s aquatic center investment
Fort Collins, CO: Fort Collins seeks feedback on food trucks
By Kevin Duggan | Coloradoan Fort Collins officials are again seeking the public’s input on proposed new standards for food trucks through an online questionnaire. City...
Albuquerque, NM: Albuquerque food truck owners want law amended to allow parking closer to...
New changes to an existing ordinance could be coming to make things all around easier for food trucks in Albuquerque.