Missouri town considers more flexible food truck rules

Branson, Missouri lawmakers are considering changes to the city's food truck ordinance, according to ozarksfirst.com

The city began allowing food trucks in February, but required that food trucks can only operate on the same property for 52 consecutive days.

The city is considering allowing a property owner to host a food truck year-round if they so choose. The change is being considered in response to input from food truck owners and businesses.

Joel Hornickel, director of planning and development, said the city has not been inundated with food trucks since allowing them to operate in the city, and is therefore considering changes to the ordinance. 

Food trucks need to be approved for a business license from the city and receive a permit from the Taney County Health Department.

Topics: Food & Beverage, Independent Operators, Policy / Legislation / Regulation

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