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Peoria wants input on changes to mobile food vendor ordinance

Posted 2/15/21

The city of Peoria is proposing to amend its zoning ordinance pertaining to mobile vendors, including food trucks, to better respond to new state regulations, streamline requirements and balance the interests of the community.

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Government

Peoria wants input on changes to mobile food vendor ordinance

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The city of Peoria is proposing to amend its zoning ordinance pertaining to mobile vendors, including food trucks, to better respond to new state regulations, streamline requirements and balance the interests of the community.

There are two opportunities to learn of the proposed changes:

  • Peoria Planning & Zoning online study session, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Virtual public open house, 3 p.m., Feb. 23.

Interested in attending the open house? Email Jennifer Fostino for a meeting invite with dial-in information, jennifer.fostino@peoriaaz.gov.

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