A website by the city of Las Vegas shows a full schedule of food trucks that will operate in three designated downtown spots. (City of Las Vegas)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
A lottery earlier this week determined when at least 15 different mobile food trucks may use three designated spots in downtown Las Vegas.
The city of Las Vegas released Wednesday the schedule when those food trucks will set up shop.
Food trucks will begin to set up shop on Aug. 1 with schedules running through January next year.
The city also unveiled a website with the full schedule and list of food trucks that will participate in the three spots.
The spots are located at 100 Bonneville Ave., near the Bonneville Transportation Center; 1 Lewis Ave., behind City Hall; and the 400 block of S. Third Street, in front of the Regional Justice Center.
Under a program regarding the spaces, the designated spots will allow mobile food vendors to operate legally. The proposal, which was approved by Las Vegas City Council in February, was created after a vote last October that banned food trucks from setting up within 150 feet from brick and mortar restaurants.
Violations of the ordinance will carry fines of up to $1,000 and/or six months in jail.
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