JCC explains new food truck regulations

The Norfolk-based Karnage Asada is the first food truck to apply for a permit to operate regularly in York County. (Image courtesy of Karnage Asada)

With spring on the horizon, James City County residents can expect to see food trucks operating in new locations once warm weather arrives. James City County’s Board of Supervisors voted to permit the operation of food trucks in November and December. The county issued a press release Friday to help citizens understand how food trucks […]


Food trucks will operate on public land in James City County

The Offbeat Eats food truck was created by Jason and Jon Wade of Two Drummers Smokehouse in James City County. (Kirsten Petersen/ WYDaily)

After months of careful consideration, James City County will now permit the operation of food trucks. The JCC Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday night to pass an ordinance amendment to the county code allowing food truck vendors to operate their businesses within specified zoning areas of the county. “This has become a very popular dining […]


JCC food truck amendment rolls closer to finish line

The Norfolk-based Karnage Asada is the first food truck to apply for a permit to operate regularly in York County. (Image courtesy of Karnage Asada)

Food truck vendors are one step closer to being able to operate within James City County. On Wednesday, the county’s Planning Commission voted unanimously to initiate the consideration of amendments to ordinances pertaining to food trucks. The amendment, if passed by the county’s Board of Supervisors, would allow food trucks to serve food in zoning […]


Committee: JCC Should Have Less Restrictive Food Truck Policy Than York

Members of the JCC Planning Commission's Policy Committee discuss ideas for amending the zoning ordinance to permit food trucks during a meeting May 12, 2016. (Kirsten Petersen/ WYDaily)

Members of the James City County Planning Commission agreed that zoning amendments permitting food trucks should be less restrictive than those of neighboring localities during its Policy Committee meeting Thursday afternoon. JCC Planner Roberta Sulouff presented the committee with discussion items related to the potential amendments, which are proposed to allow food trucks in the […]


JCC Supes Fire Up Ignition on Food Truck Consideration

The Norfolk-based Karnage Asada is the first food truck to apply for a permit to operate regularly in York County. (Image courtesy of Karnage Asada)

The James City County Board of Supervisors has formally started the conversation on permitting food trucks in the county’s industrial parks by instructing staff to bring potential zoning amendments to the Planning Commission. Before voting unanimously to initiate consideration of the amendments Tuesday night, supervisors asked whether county planners could expand the types of zoning districts […]