Tag: Permit Approval
Albuquerque City Council members will vote on a proposal to allow food trucks to park even closer to restaurants.
Mobile food vendors will now be allowed to set up on public property near the Historic Town Square, Lenus Turley Park, Attucks Park and the Superblock.
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.
South Bend Food Truck Ordinance was passed back in September with strict guidelines.
Food trucks are coming to Whistler parks!
Pulford, owner of the Upslidedown Dave food truck and president of the Maryland Mobile Food Vending Association, is one of the major proponents behind a piece of legislation that would streamline the process by which food trucks are licensed.
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.