Tag: Food Truck Guidlines

Tennessee : Tennessee introduces a mobile app for you to see restaurant food...

The Tennessee departments of Health and Agriculture have partnered to develop a mobile app that allows users to check any Tennessee restaurant inspection score no matter where they are located.

Bend, OR: Food carts rolling into Bend

Five months later, he opened Big Skis Pierogis, a Polish food cart that offers a rotating selection of 30 pierogis, of which five to six are available on any given day. After beginning in a lot on SW 14th Street , Big Skis has since moved up the street to Goodlife Brewing, where it sits on the edge of the brewery’s beer garden.

Havasu, AZ: Havasu City Council delays food truck decison

The city’s Community Services Department staff has developed a proposed set of regulations, using the National League of Cities’ regulations on food trucks as a guide, to establish an ordinance food truck vendors can operate by.

South Bend, IN: South Bend initiative aims to make it easier for food trucks...

Food trucks are a really positive way for an entrepreneur to start a culinary business

Fairfax, VA: Food Truck Vendors Get Break, State Drops Restrictions

McAuliffe (D) signed a bill sponsored by state Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax) and supported by the food truck operators association.

Lancaster, NY: Lancaster, NY Village Council Dishes Out New Food Truck Regulations

The restaurateurs who push for restrictions on food trucks and other mobile food vendors frequently do so not to protect the public’s health and safety but their own bottom lines.

Alexandria, VA: Food truck ordinance rolls ahead in Alexandria

After eight months of public hearings and debating the pros and cons of food trucks, the city of Alexandria drafted a proposal to regulate them.

Pensacola, FL: Pensacola food truck law could face challenge

Pensacola is considering a law proposed by Council Member Charles Bare that would require food trucks to get a permit to operate downtown for city sponsored or cosponsored events, among other circumstances.

Riverside, CA: Food trucks haven’t caught on in county

The cost of getting a permit, not enough places to park trucks and confusing guidelines from some cities are some of the reasons food trucks haven’t raised their profile in Riverside County.

Toronto, CAN: Toronto city council eases restrictions on food trucks

Toronto city council voted 43-1 on Tuesday to ease the rules around food truck permits, allowing them to operate 30 metres from an open and operating restaurant.