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Food Truck Courts to Come From New Code Amendment by PDSD

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The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) is working on an amendment to the City’s zoning ordinance to address the location and development standards for food truck courts following directions from Mayor and Council.

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According to the proposed regulations, food truck courts could include areas for multiple eateries or vendors, with any combination of indoor or outdoor operations, including associated seating areas.

Staff recently hosted two public sessions for the public to learn more about the Food Truck Courts and share feedback on the initial code amendment proposal. You can watch the morning or afternoon public meetings. You can also submit your feedback here if you were unable to attend a session.

Planning Commission will hold a study session on this proposal on September 13, 2023, at which time they may set the item for public hearing on a future date.

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