Itinerant Vendor and Food Truck Regulations and Permits

Ordinance #1618 & #1619

The purpose of these ordinances is to establish regulations governing food trucks, operation sites, mobile food parks, and itinerant vendors. These regulations are intended to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and to enhance the beauty of commercial corridors. Food trucks and itinerant vendors were treated the same in a single ordinance previously. These new ordinances split the regulations of itinerant vendors and food trucks into their own categories with separate requirements and exemptions. 

Effective Dates:

  • New Vendors: March 10, 2022
  • Existing Vendors: July 10, 2022

Key Changes:

  • Itinerant Vendors may not set up within 300 ft of any state-maintained highway.
  • Food trucks may operate for up to 75 minutes per day per non-residential location without a permit.
  • Food trucks benefiting non-profit charitable organizations may operate without a permit.
  • Food trucks operating for a special event or who are paid by an organization to cater an event may operate without a permit.
  • Property owners must apply for an operation site permit to allow a food truck to operate on site.

How do I get a permit?

To inquire about a permit, please fill out the permit application below. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact

Itinerant Vendor Food Truck Tree