Health Department staff presented proposed updates to the City’s mobile food vendor ordinance at Monday’s City Council work session. The changes to the ordinance would affect short-term mobile vendors, such as food trucks that visit private/commercial property to serve patrons/employees. Other classes of mobile food vendors (Temporary Events, Open Air/Farmer’s Markets and Food Truck Parks) would not be affected.

The proposed changes address vehicle location while on the property, hours of operation and signage. After providing feedback at Monday’s presentation, the City Council will consider adopting the revised ordinance at the Jan. 27 City Council meeting.