After a handful of violent incidents involving bar patrons gathered around the trucks parked in front of local watering holes, Trevor Vaughn, manager of tax and licensing for the city, said city staff looked into drafting rules requiring the trucks to close at 2 a.m., just like bars do
Long days mired in mechanical challenges, triple-digit temperatures and lines snaking the length of the truck are the norm in the region’s booming food truck scene. With all those bumps along the way — and make no mistake, every food truck driver is almost as much a mechanic as they are a chef — it could be easy to lose sight of the best part, which at Mile High Cajun is seeing a few hundred happy customers walk away with a bellyful of po’ boys, grits and jambalaya
From July to December this year, the number of food trucks registered with the city climbed 11 percent, going from 123 to 137.
AURORA | City officials are preparing to make food trucks a legally permanent fixture in Aurora one year after city council approved a pilot program for mobile eateries to roam city streets. The city’s planning and economic development committee on June 8 approved a proposal to nix the temporary status attached to a program that […]
“When it comes to operating in public parks and on public property, we would be evaluating that on a case by case basis,” Sandel said. Under the new program, a food truck could receive a special temporary permit if it is approved by the city manager