By Alicia Wallace | Denver Post
Food trucks could be allowed to park and serve food at some Boulder parks during a 12-week period this summer as part of a new city pilot program.
Under the Mobile Food Vehicle Pilot Program for Parks, food trucks would be allowed to periodically operate at six Boulder parks — Tom Watson Park, Foothills Community Park, North Boulder Park, Harlow Platts Community Park, East Boulder Community Park and downtown’s Municipal Campus — from June 2 through Aug. 25.
The permitted number of food trucks and times of operation vary by location.
The city also is conducting an online survey to obtain feedback about the program, which will require a go-ahead from Boulder City Council.
The council is expected to consider the pilot program next month.