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Help us keep food trucks in the DMV

THERE ARE MANY RESTRICTIONS AND REGULATIONS THAT MAKE IT EXTREMELY DIFFICULT FOR FOOD TRUCK SMALL BUSINESSES TO VEND. OUR JOB IS TO WORK WITH LOCAL LEGISLATURES TO LIFT SOME OF THESE RESTRICTIONS SO THAT FOOD TRUCKS CAN CONTINUE TO BRING DELICIOUS FOODS TO YOU! FUNDRAISING ALLOWS US TO KEEP FULFILLING OUR MISSION SO WE NEED YOUR
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OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The DMVFTA was at the forefront of a battle to end a moratorium on all food trucks which prevented food trucks from operating in the District. With the support of various council members, the mayor and our supporters, we were able to work with DC to allow food trucks in the district. 

VIRGINIA 

Ended a statewide ban on food trucks from serving on state-maintained roads, which are the majority of roads in Virginia. The legislation unanimously passed the Senate and House of Delegates and was highlighted by a signing ceremony in Tysons with Gov. Terry McAuliffe. 

City of Alexandria

Made permanent the 2014 food truck pilot program, which permits food trucks to serve daily from private property. 

Montgomery County

Replaced the “dawn to dusk rule,” which limited the hours a food truck can serve, with a 5am to 10pm rule, allowing vendors to serve for longer hours. 

Prince William County

Working with VaStrEats, rescinded a rule that limited the time a food truck can serve to only 90 minutes. We’re currently working with county officials to implement a comprehensive set of new food truck regulations. 

MARYLAND

Prince George’s County

Ended a 10-year old ban on food trucks and created a new framework for licensing and permitting food trucks.

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