Food truck operators in the city of Frederick might soon have more flexibility in where they can operate, as the city’s aldermen consider whether to renew rules they passed during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The aldermen are scheduled to consider an ordinance on Thursday night that would allow food trucks to operate on any privately owned, nonresidential property in the city between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., with the permission of the property owner. The proposed ordinance does not allow the trucks to operate in the historic district that makes up much of downtown Frederick, except for in the parking lots of breweries, wineries, or distilleries.
City might make flexibility for food trucks permanent
June 1, 2022