By The Kent Redding Group
If you ask any foodie they will tell you that Austin has always been the destination for great food in Central Texas while other nearby towns have always come 2nd. Thankfully, Pflugerville may soon become the next big food destination in Central Texas when the city launches a pilot program that will lure more food trucks to Pflugerville, giving local residents more food options to choose from than ever before.
About The Pilot Program
City officials plan to unveil the pilot project following approval by the city manager in May. The initiative is expected to run until the end of the year, city officials said. Food truck operators will be allowed to set up at their locations within city limits, with food permit fees for mobile food vendors removed through the pilot project's run.
Unlike Austin where food trucks are something of a culinary Wild West, the restaurants on wheels are strictly regulated in Pflugerville where they are permitted only as temporary vendors at public or private events. City council members earlier this year directed the planning department to design a pilot program toward overhauling the regulation of food trucks.
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