FREE THE FOOD TRUCKS
  • Petitioned City of Denver

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Department of Parks and Recreation
City of Denver

FREE THE FOOD TRUCKS

    1. Petition by

      Food Truck Row

 

Food Truck Row on Bannock between Colfax & 14th Ave., has been postponed until further notice! It appears that the City of Denver enforces a law that stipulates that no vendor can be within 300 feet of any park or parkway, in our case -Civic Center Park, without getting approval from the Parks and Recreation Permitting Office.  If approved, each food truck must pay a non-refundable $25 application fee and an additional $100 for a One-Day permit or $200 for a Monthly permit.  This equates to approximately $1000 or more imposed on the Food Truck Row if there are at least five trucks gathered together.  Therefore we need YOUR support, the PUBLIC VOTERS, to petition the City of Denver that they waive the required permit for Bannock Street, as the Food Truck Row has NO conflict or competition with the Civic Center Park, nor does it occupy the park.

 

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    • Ryan Clancy COLTS NECK, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      Government needs to stay the heck out of our lives and stop ruining everything. An evil greedy machine that sucks the life of it's citizens. Fuck this nazi shit. Free the food trucks you fucking scum!

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    • Chris Smuts DENVER, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      Who are they hurting? As long as they pay minimal fees to the city and state for operation why can't they park anywhere? It's that simple.

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    • Jeff Newton PARKER, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      These fees are doing nothing more then stifling small biz and food innovation, government needs o sty out o

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    • Brad Clemmons DENVER, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      As a resident (and business owner) in the area, Food Truck Row brings a welcome vitality and sense of community to our neighborhood. Waiving the vendor restrictions in this case is the responsible thing to do.

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    • Pete Bellande DENVER, CO
      • over 2 years ago

      My partner works near Bannock and having food trucks available for lunch greatly increases his options.

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