Tag: Food Truck Safety

Bergen, NJ: Food trucks looking to take hold in Bergen County

JerseyFest 2015 will feature 24 food trucks – a dozen each from New Jersey and Philadelphia.

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.

Pelham, AL: Pelham Council OKs food trucks in city

The council approved the license ordinance with revisions May 4 and its sister ordinance, which contains zoning guidelines for food trucks.

Brainerd, MN: Brainerd City Council – Food truck veto overturned

The main ordinance in question outlines the permitted boundaries, hours of operation and uses, while the other related ordinance amends the zoning map with overlay districts, allowing operation in eight zones throughout the city.

Redondo, CA: Redondo Beach cracks down on noisy food trucks

Food truck operators within Redondo Beach will now have to keep their distance from the city’s schools, due to an action taken by the City Council.

Knoxville, TN: Food temperatures, sanitation issues keep health grades low at 2 Knox County...

By Don Dare  |  Wate.com KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Both of the food establishments that have low health inspection grades this week passed their semi-annual check...

West Palm Beach, FL: Inspectors close five restaurants for issues like roaches, no running...

wo food trucks, a Chinese Buffet line in West Palm Beach, and a small eatery in Vero Beach were all shut down recently.

Fort Smith, AR: Fort Smith Continues Food-Truck Talk

Fort Smith’s planning panel met Monday in special session to review a draft outdoor food-vending ordinance that would open the door for mobile food trucks downtown.

Washington, DC: Most D.C. Food Trucks Stay Off Roads for Snow

All but four of the hundreds of popular food trucks in the Washington, D.C.-area turned off their engines and stovetops as a snowstorm mucked up the region and kept thousands of customers indoors. Read more: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2015/03/most-d-c-food-trucks-stay-off-roads-for-snow-112033.html#ixzz3To8hHiyG Follow us: @ABC7News on Twitter | WJLATV on Facebook

Orlando, FL: Action 9 Investigates Dirty Food Trucks

Actions 9 exposes food trucks that keep failing state inspections and could make you sick. The rolling restaurants are widely popular, but WFTV's Todd Ulrich found the state has failed to get some truck owners to clean up their act.