Rogers, Lowell prioritize food truck courts

Posted: March 20, 2017 at 1 a.m.

Customers sit in front of food trucks March 8 at the Yacht Club on College Avenue in Fayetteville. Recently Rogers and Lowell planning commissions have approved various rules needed to establish food truck courts in those cities.

Rogers and Lowell hope to usher in new entrepreneurs by establishing mobile vendor areas and food truck courts. The cities recently started to work on policies regulating vendors and hearing individuals' proposals for such areas.

Finding food trucks in Northwest Arkansas

• Rogers food trucks are scattered throughout the city: El Lagunero Lonches operates sometimes at the Downtown Rogers Farmers Market at 101 E. Cherry St.; Johnny V’s America’s Favorite Sandwiches at 2114 S. Eighth St.; Rockin’ Pig Saloon at 2407 W. Hudson Road; Taqueria La Herradura at 436-494 N. 24th St. and Pop’s Hog Wild Barbecue 318 W. Walnut St.

• Lowell has a single food truck. La Carreta serves Mexican food at 521 S. Bloomington St.

• Fayetteville has two main areas: a court of four establishments at the 600 block of College Avenue across from Starlight Skatium, and on Dickson Street between West and Campbell avenues.

• Several Bentonville food trucks are on A Street.

Source: Staff report

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