Strongsville mulls regulating food trucks and amending code on street vendors | #ESC_LLC | Under the proposed ordinance, which City Council first discussed April 19, commercial food trucks serving the general public would operate only in nonresidential zoning districts (cleveland). https://wp.me/p97JNV-1G2
Residents or homeowners associations could hire food truck operators for one-time private parties or catered events on their streets.
The ordinance, in conjunction with existing but amended code, would differentiate between mobile food operations — which the city would allow only on private properties when in business districts, but not on public streets or sidewalks — and street vendors who can sell nonfood items on streets and sidewalks. (read more)