Develop a family-friendly (dogs included) mobile food truck park in Dripping Springs, TX
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This petition is to encourage Dripping Springs City Council to reconsider the recommendation for denial from The Department of Planning and Zoning for Le Muse Coffee Bar drive thru variance and Mobile Food Park proposal. Currently, mobile food establishment are only allowed to operate from pad sites that have Conditional Use Permits.
We are proposing the council to review our permit application for 5 mobile food trucks and the benefits it will bring to the city of Dripping Springs. This permit will work well for vendors who want to open for a long or short period of time and also make it possible for locally owned and operated food trucks to serve the residents of Dripping Springs, TX and nearby towns throughout the year.
We are a family owned business looking to create a mobile food truck park and enhancing the options currently available to residents of Dripping Spring and nearby towns. This will create opportunities for other family of food truck owners and operators to add to the dining experience by providing exciting and varied menu options showcasing great quality food and affordable prices.
We seek to improve the quality of the food truck industry in our city while inspiring and bringing about fair and equitable operation of trucks in around Dripping Springs.
We hope to expand opportunities for food trucks organizing events, arranging parking for mobile vendors, and developing a comprehensive network of food truck operators in our city.
We will also provide resources for existing trucks and future truck operators. By joining together we create an organization that can address and all the concerns of our individual members to local governments
Unifying our voices will also help us partner with other industries and merchants so that Dripping Springs becomes a place where mobile food vendors can grow and blossom and positively affect their surrounding communities.
Food trucks are hospitality incubators.
They give entrepreneurs a chance to test out their operations, brand and food in different areas of the city and home their concept before taking the leap to open a new restaurant or launch a new truck
We will generate more revenue to our mobile food vendors by increasing social media presence, advertising and etc.
Advocate with city and county agencies to review codes, ordinances, procedures and general enforcement so that they can better address the realities of this new industry and not try to apply out dated and inapplicable rules to this unique and dynamic business model.
Educate food truck operators on how to best expand their business, educate consumers so that they have a better understanding of the nature of this industry.
Acclimate new truck operators so they can become positive additions to this new culinary movement.
Regulate a code of conduct and behavior for our food truck vendors to ensure that we are good neighbors and provide a benefit to our communities.
Create a system of addressing issues that may arise from our presence and develop equitable solutions to resolve any problems.
Allocate industry resources among the food truck community so that we can all benefit from a shared source of contacts to enhance our businesses.
Communicate news and advances in our industry to both our community, vendors and patrons.
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