Food Truck Ordinance Workshop at City Hall

Wednesday – January 31st from 4-6 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers
276 Fourth Avenue | Chula Vista, CA | 91910 

The City of Chula Vista invites the public to attend a January 31, 2018 workshop at City Hall in the City Council Chambers from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. to learn about the draft Citywide Mobile Food Facility (Food Truck) Ordinance and welcomes public input. Following the workshop,  the ordinance will be presented to Planning Commission at a publicly noticed hearing.

As you are probably aware, the Third Avenue Village has gained a significant amount of new businesses focused on establishing the thriving industry of craft beer on Third Avenue.

As many other neighborhoods in San Diego County have experienced, with the infusion of breweries and tasting rooms comes the desire for quick food options that can be provided by food trucks.  These trucks provide a food option to brewery patrons besides restaurant delivery service. The food truck usually parks outside of the establishment either on public or private property, and prepares quick food that is consumed on the premises of the brewery/tasting room.  

In anticipation of the challenges that the city might face with food trucks arriving to Third Avenue and to Chula Vista at large, city staff has been working on an ordinance to help regulate the upcoming arrival.  Over the past couple years, TAVA has been anticipating this ordinance coming forward to the city council. 

If you have interest or questions concerning the ordinance, as well as to learn the potential positives and challenges to bringing food trucks into the Village, please join The City of Chula Vista at the workshop on Wednesday. If you are interested in providing your input at the workshop, please take a moment to read the draft ordinance. 

Food Truck Draft Ordinance 

 

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