CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. – In recent years, food trucks have continued to grow in popularity. Now, the City of Campbell River is asking residents what their thoughts are on the mobile restaurants.
The city has launched an online survey to gauge community interest in setting up food trucks in downtown Campbell River.
A food truck pilot program has been proposed for 2019 as part of a larger revitalization of the downtown core.
In a release, the city stated that many of its community engagement initiatives, such as the 2016 Refresh Downtown survey, indicated a strong demand for more diverse food options in the area, like food trucks.
The city is looking for responses from local businesses, restaurant owners and residents. The city will also be conducting door-to-door surveys throughout the month with downtown businesses and restaurant owners to gather feedback for the pilot program.
Paper copies of the survey can be picked up at city hall, and responses must be in by June 22, 2018. An online version of the survey can be found via this link.
Further details, or questions, can be directed towards the Long Range Planning and Sustainability Department at (250) 286-5725 or by email at [email protected].