Jersey City hopes to strike a balance on food truck regulations

Michael Hill, Correspondent | February 17, 2020 | Politics

Jersey City’s city council will vote next week on regulations meant to encourage food trucks to set up shop in town, while keeping the bustling industry from getting out of hand. The laws would assign 52 mobile food vendor parking spots; create two zones for those trucks, one with a $10,000 annual fee that reserves a specific space and another zone to rent spaces for $7 per hour of operation; and only allow vendors to sell food from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.