(A)   A mobile food unit may not operate within the city without obtaining a permit for mobile food vending services.
   (B)   Mobile food unit services on city-owned property shall be limited to the rights-of-way and defined parking lots described in the mobile food vending service boundaries. Mobile food unit services on other city-owned property shall be limited to areas approved on a city special event permit.
   (C)   Mobile food service on private property shall be limited to the zones permitted in the city’s Zoning Code, and require written permission of the property owner.
   (D)   A mobile food vendor may obtain a permit to serve customers, provided all standards identified in this section are met. If demand for mobile food units exceeds available spaces within the defined locations, the city will issue permits on a first come first served basis.
   (E)   The granting of a permit under this section shall not constitute a property interest or right in any city-owned property, including, but not limited to, city rights and sidewalks. Any permit granted herein does not provide a mobile food vendor or mobile food unit exclusive rights to any public property or parking space.
(1984 Code, § 111.551) (Ord. O-02-20, passed 1-14-2020)