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Food Truck Pilot People's Choice Poll Now Open

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Cambridge Food Truck Program

Over 30 food trucks have applied to vend in the City of Cambridge Food Truck Pilot, with menus ranging from Colombian food to dumplings to vegan tacos to Moroccan fusion cuisine! 

The Cambridge community can help determine which food trucks will vend in high-demand locations by voting in the People's Choice Poll! The Poll lists food truck applicants at select locations, and members of the Cambridge community are invited to select up to 3 food trucks that they would like to vend at each location.

Click Here to Vote in the Food Truck Pilot People's Choice Poll

Food trucks listed have expressed interest in specific locations and qualify for vending, meaning their applications were complete and received on time and their menu does not directly compete with any items noted as ineligible for their location (see Food Truck Pilot Guidelines). 

Results from the People's Choice Poll will be factored into the Pilot's internal review point system to determine final scheduling. Learn more about the point system on here.

For More Information

To request menu information from eligible food trucks, receive a paper version of the survey, or learn more information about the Pilot, contact Christina DiLisio, Associate Economic Development Specialist, at cdilisio@cambridgema.gov or 617/349-4601. 

Learn more about the People's Choice Poll at cambridgema.gov/foodtruckvote.

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