Tag: Parking Permits
Late-night revelers at the Bohemian Club have been enjoying a midnight meal at the Fired Up Food Truck that has been parking outside since November.
Under the current policy, food trucks may not operate closer than 200 linear feet from the nearest brick and mortar restaurant.
Newly elected state Sen. Jeremy McPike passed his first bill in the Virginia Senate Tuesday: A measure that would allow food trucks to sell their wares in Northern Virginia commuter lots.
Council voted Tuesday to allow food trucks in the city of Portsmouth.
Portsmouth officials have officially voted to allow food trucks in the city.
Food truck operators operating at Dataran Bandaraya Johor Baru have been given several options to cease their operations in the area.
The city of Oak Park Heights has banned most food trucks from operating in the city. Some exceptions exist for private catering events and limited nonprofit sales events.
The city’s Economic Development Department is developing a wide-ranging plan to strengthen ordinances governing food vendors and to implement new fees and initiatives that could have a far-reaching impact on how the city’s thriving mobile food-vending industry operates.
The York County Board of Supervisors gave its unanimous approval to food trucks Tuesday night, passing an ordinance that allows the mobile food vending vehicles on developed and occupied private properties throughout the county.
City officials have begun shopping around a proposal to set new rules for New Haven’s booming food-truck industry — including jacking up annual permit fees from $200 to $5,100.