food trucks

A Council Committee has passed a motion that would allow food trucks limited operation in P-1 zones.

With its president moving to Washington this week, the Bluegrass Food Trucks Association is disbanding.

Lexington’s food truck pilot program won an extension Thursday as the Urban County Council voted to continue the effort through the end of the year.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - By early summer, an increased number of food trucks are expected in downtown Lexington, but not all vendors are pleased with the compromise pilot program.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - A new pilot program has been formed to test the viability of food trucks in downtown Lexington.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - An ordinance making it easier for mobile food vendors to operate on private property in Lexington unanimously passed the Urban County Council’s economic development committee Tuesday. The proposal is the result of a work group focusing on contentious issues between food truck vendors and traditional restaurant owners.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - A group tasked with reexamining the rules for Lexington’s mobile food vendors is moving closer to crafting a new ordinance, but two basic issues continue to divide food truck operators and downtown restaurant owners.