City Council Approves New Food Truck Regs

Under the new rules, traditional restaurants can file an appeal with the city if they think a food truck is parked too close to their business.(Photo: WOSU)
Under the new rules, traditional restaurants can file an appeal with the city if they think a food truck is parked too close to their business.(Photo: WOSU)

Columbus City Council has approved new regulations to let food trucks operate on city streets.

The city last year created a pilot program that was called too restrictive by many truck operators.

The new rules let trucks reserve one of 20 spots, and also use the first or last parking spot on any city block. Street parking will require a $250 annual fee.

Traditional restaurants can file an appeal with the city if a food truck is parked near their establishment.

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