Food trucks in Groveport

Groveport city officials decided to allow food trucks in residentially zoned areas on a trial basis before working toward enacting a zoning code change regarding the vehicles.

The food truck operator must get a special use mobile vendor permit from the city to operate in residential areas and provide information on where the food truck will be parked and day and times of operation. Additionally the food truck: must be parked on private property as not food trucks are permitted to park on the street or public right of way; it cannot block sidewalks; no more than two signs are permitted and signs must be on private property; and operation is limited to four hours and not permitted past 8 p.m.

“The trial basis will show the demand for food trucks and will allow us to determine if a permanent code change is warranted,” said Groveport City Administrator B.J. King. “I believe this is a good trial process and achieves the goal of permitting food trucks in residentially zoned areas.”

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