2021 Food Truck Pilot Program
- A total of 5 food trucks can be permitted in the pilot area.
- The pilot area is shown on the attached map.
- Food trucks will be permitted May 1 – September 30.
- At least 3 of the 5 trucks must serve meals, rather than just snacks or “fair food”.
- Food trucks can be located on any commercial or public property in the pilot area, provided the following:
- Reasonable parking must be available for all users.
- No driveways or accesses are obstructed.
- Fire and emergency services can provide services.
- There is a plan for adequate trash removal daily.
- The food truck must operate at least 4 days a week for 4 hours per day, between the hours of 7AM and 10PM.
- Click the link for the permit application.
The Basics of How the Pilot Will Work
- Food truck permit applications will be available on the Township’s website (see attached) beginning on April 23rd.
- Complete applications will be submitted to, and issued by, the Community Development Director. Applications will be reviewed and those that comply with the basic requirements will be issued a pilot permit on a first-come, first-served basis, until 5 permits have been issued. There will be a $350 fee due before the pilot permit will be issued.
- If a food truck does not comply with the minimum permit conditions, the permit will be revoked for that vendor. It can be reissued to a different vendor for the remainder of the season.
- After September 30th, staff will provide a report to the Township Board on the findings from the pilot project, including feedback received from the various stakeholders.
- Feedback on this pilot program is an important part of its evaluation. If you have feedback please email email@example.com Scan and Submit completed applications to: