Food Trucks

Solana Beach looking to change laws

SOLANA BEACH — Laws addressing food trucks, firearms, signage and story poles are among several that could be changed as council members continue to update the city’s general plan.

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

DEL MAR — Having already established the when, where and how food trucks can operate in Del Mar, council members set the how much at the April 6 meeting, approving a $350 charge for first-time applicants and a $175 annual renewal fee.

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

DEL MAR — Having already established the when, the where and the how food trucks can operate in Del Mar, council members set the how much at the April 6 meeting, approving a $350 charge for first-time applicants and a $175 annual renewal fee.

Food truck moratorium lifted in Del Mar

Food truck moratorium lifted in Del Mar

DEL MAR — Food trucks will soon be allowed to roll back into Del Mar.

New food trucks on hold for 10 more months

New food trucks on hold for 10 more months

DEL MAR — If food trucks operators ever decide to return to Del Mar, it could be almost a year before any new ones can join the weekly gatherings.

Food trucks have to make the grade under new rules

Food trucks have to make the grade under new rules

ENCINITAS — An “A” grade in a restaurant’s window is a reassuring sight. But how do you know it’s safe to eat at the hip food truck across the way?

Issuing of new permits not on the menu

Issuing of new permits not on the menu

DEL MAR — It will be at least another 45 days — and likely longer — before any new food trucks can get cooking in Del Mar.

Carlsbad embraces new system for rating food trucks; appoints new planning commissioner

CARLSBAD — Carlsbad City Council amended its municipal code to allow the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health to extend restaurant ratings to food trucks within the city at the Dec. 4 meeting.

Del Mar could face lawsuit for halting food truck expansion

Del Mar could face lawsuit for halting food truck expansion

DEL MAR — City Council adopted an urgency ordinance at the Nov. 19 meeting that places a temporary moratorium on issuing business licenses to food trucks, a move that could potentially end the Wednesday night gatherings and result in a lawsuit, the event organizer said.

Cities to grapple with food trucks expanding to North County

Cities to grapple with food trucks expanding to North County

COAST CITIES — Food trucks are gaining momentum across North County, but one question looms: How will cities handle the trend?