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Vending - Comparable City Research

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DRAFT
Public Right of Way Vending:Comparable City Research
August 2013
 
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DRAFT
Chicago, IL
 –
robust street vending profile that utilizes 3
rd
 party management to drive effectiveness
Cost and regulationAppearancePermissible for saleLocation
Every wagon, cart or other vehicle used by a musthave the name of business legibly painted on thecart, must display a vehicle emblem obtained by cityclerk,
Peddlers must wear a badge indicating that s/he is
a “Chicago Street Peddler”
 
Special districts/events where vendors are allowed(e.g. New Maxwell Street Market, Daley CenterPlaza/Lobby)
No peddling between 5p-7a, certain districts existwhere it is never allowed.
Flowers
Food
Merchandise
Periodicals
Unlimited licenses for movable outdoor fruit stands on
 private propert
and in 30 public locations
Chicago Park District concessions managed by 3
rd
party
Peddler's License issued by the City of Chicago for cityproperty (cannot be used in parks) meant for vendors thatkeep moving:
Cost varies by vendor type:
Produce Merchant
 –
$275.00
Mobile Desserts Vendor
 –
$275.00
Mobile Food Dispenser
 –
$700.00
Mobile Food Preparer
 –
$1.000.00
Street Peddler
 –
$100.00
 
Scope:
City population: 2,700,000Produce merchants: 12 Mobile Food Dispenser: 96Mobile Food Preparers: 6 (20 applications TBD) Frozen Dessert pushcarts: 172
 
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Kansas City, MO does not allow sale of merchandise, re-thinking policy to allow for artist vendors
Cost and regulationAppearancePermissible for saleLocation
All carts must follow design standards as decided by city
Licenses and permits must be displayed on the cart
Provide trash receptacle
Clean litter and food deposits from area at least once a dayor when the vendors remove their carts, wagons, vehicles orkiosks
All generators must operate within acceptable noise levels.
Street Vendors:
Certain areas of town are closed for Vending
No trafficways, boulevards, or parkways
Not within one block of a school on a school day during the30 minutes before school starts until the 30 minutes afterschool has adjourned
Must maintain a three-foot passageway for pedestrians
Not within 25 feet of public entrance of café, cafeteria,lunchroom, or restaurant.
Carts must be attended at all times, whether serving or not
Street vending (pushcart) Permit is required from the FoodProtection Program at the KCMO Health Department
A Vendor license is not needed, but a business license is
For Vending in Parks
:
Parks and Rec issues park vending license - $500/year
frankfurters and commissary wrapped foods.
Unpackaged non-potentially hazardous food items approved forsale from a pushcart shall be limited to popcorn, nuts, produce,pretzels and similar bakery products, coffee, lemonade, shaved iceand snow cones.
In Parks
:
Food and non-alcoholic beverages ONLY
Vendors categorized as “Healthier Food Vendors” will receive a
50% discount in permit cost
Vendors categorized as “Healthiest Food Vendors” will receive a“roaming vending permit” , which allows vending in 3 parks using
one permit.
 
Scope:
City population: 460,000359 permitted mobile units including food trucks, hot dog carts and ice cream vans1 vendor licensed to vend in parks

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