Vendors can fill out an application and choose from seven city locations in the downtown and uptown areas. File photo
The City of Corpus Christi recently launched its mobile food vendor pilot program and is accepting applications through October for the one-year program that will allow food vending opportunities in public locations.
The Corpus Christi City Council gave the green light for the mobile food vendor pilot program in July when it approved changes to the City’s code of ordinances and allowing for the creation of mobile food vending. The program is designed to give vendors the opportunity to set up mobile food vending in public areas throughout the city.
Vendors can fill out an application and choose from seven city locations in the downtown and uptown areas where they would like to set up mobile food vending operations. The mobile vending sites and scheduling will be coordinated by the City’s Environmental Health and Consumer Health services and Traffic Engineering Divisions.
To apply for the mobile food vending program or for more information, email email@example.com or call the City’s Traffic Engineering Division at 281-826-3547.
The pilot program is slated to run from now through August 2018.