Can I vend food from a truck on City streets?
Food vending on streets in the downtown area is restricted to designated vending locations and requires the vending to be within the parameters of those locations. The locations are limited in size and most often will not accommodate a vehicle. Section 17-121 of the Code of the City of Charleston more specifically addresses vending of food and reading material.

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1. How do I get a Residential Parking Permit?
2. Can I vend food from a truck on City streets?
3. Can I rent a city-owned facility for a private function?
4. What are franchise fees on my electric and cable bills?
5. Do I need a business license to conduct business in the City of Charleston?
6. How do I determine if my business is allowed at the location I selected?
7. What permits or approvals are required to open a restaurant?
8. What permits or approvals, other than a business license certificate of occupancy, do I need to sell alcoholic beverages for on-site or off-site consumption?
9. What city regulations apply to operating a business within my home?
10. Can I vend food from a truck on private property?
11. Is a permit or license required by the City for a garage or yard sale?