New changes to an existing ordinance could be coming to make things all around easier for food trucks in Albuquerque.
Albuquerque City Council members will vote on a proposal to allow food trucks to park even closer to restaurants.
Crestwood has food truck licensing in place for the first time, allowing operations for up to three days a year
Food trucks in Carbondale could soon be a reality as the Carbondale City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday allowing their use in certain locations on public property.
There could be changes entrance in one New Mexico city over where food trucks can park though these changes could work in a food trucks’ favor.
The City of Knoxville’s Office of Business Support has gathered extensive public feedback and finalized a proposed permanent ordinance regulating food trucks.
Food trucks can be a great tool to energize a space, provide food options where they are limited, encourage entrepreneurship and business growth, and engage residents and visitors in a community.
City Council and the state health department have added a list of regulations that food trucks would have to follow, if passed.