Towards a relief for street food trucks

MUNICIPAL. The City of Drummondville plans to lighten its regulations for street food trucks.

Among other things, the new regulation aims to reduce the cost of the permit from $ 500 to $ 200. “We are in an economic recovery, a post-pandemic recovery, a story to promote the growth of the industry. C’est très apprécié in the popular holidays. Our goal is to lighten and help them grow, ”says Drummondville Mayor Stephanie Lacoste.

In addition, their presence will be allowed at Gérard-Perron Park. However, it will be banned in Place Saint-Frédéric.

These amendments will enter into force when the Regulation is adopted. The next meeting of the city council is scheduled for June 20. (MD)

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