(A)   Mobile truck vendors are allowed in the following circumstances:
      (1)   As part of a “city sponsored or sanctioned event” as defined herein; and
      (2)   For food truck vendors only, at private events where the food truck operates as a caterer, such as at a reception or party. The food truck must be parked and operated on private property only. The food truck may not sell products to the public while at a private event. The event must be a single-payer event with the host paying for the food truck. Wrist bands or other forms of identification may be provided to identify participating guests, but in no event shall these forms of identification be sold at any price or distributed in conjunction with the purchase of any item. The host may not be reimbursed by the guests at the event.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person, as an itinerant vendor, to peddle, sell, offer for sale, exhibit for sale or for the purpose of taking orders for sale, fresh or frozen meats, fresh or frozen seafood, or fresh or frozen fish within the city limits.
(Ord. 1720, passed 4-3-2017; Am. Ord. 1752, passed 2-20-2018; Am. Ord. 1804, passed 10-19-2020; Am. Ord. 1826, passed 7-6-2021)