FOOD-TRUCK COURT APPROVED IN CHINO VALLEY

Hungry wanderers through Chino Valley may soon have another opportunity to feed their appetites.

Chino Valley Town Council members approved a Conditional Use Permit for a three-truck food truck court along Highway 89 in Chino Valley.

The permit was approved Aug. 14.

Applicant Bruce Eldredge, who owns the property where the permit was granted, was pleased to receive a two-year conditional use permit for the project to be located at 246 N. Hwy 69.

Conditions include:

  • Food trucks shall be located in the designated food truck court area specified on the site plan.
  • Food trucks shall be limited to up to three, subject to Development Services site plan approval.
  • Trash and recycle receptacles shall be provided and must be maintained and emptied regularly.
  • Paved access shall be provided between the parking area and the food truck court.

Town Council members also emphasized that adequate parking spaces, ingress and egress, and restroom facilities will be available.

Permit recipient Eldredge told Town officials he hoped to complete required improvements and select vendors as soon as possible. 

All vendors would have to obtain a one-year lease, meet all Yavapai County Health Department requirements and hold a current business license.

More details are available at chinoaz.net/AgendaCenter.