WASHINGTON — Proposed zoning changes in Fairfax County could mean food trucks would be allowed to visit office buildings, shopping centers and construction sites.
Currently, the cost of obtaining a food truck permit and other fees in the county is about $16,000, which some see as prohibitive. With the proposed changes, that cost could drop to lower than $200.
A planning commission public hearing is expected on Wednesday, July 30.
If the proposal passes, food trucks won’t be allowed to set up on public roads, only on county-owned or private property.
Here’s a look at the proposed changes.
Kristi King contributed to this report. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and on the WTOP Facebook page.
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