Category archives for: Sequim

Sequim, WA: Sequim Planners OK Regulations for Food Truck Locations

via yelp

The Planning Commission is looking for more input from the business community before they bring that back

Sequim, WA: New Food Truck Flourishing

Maggie Parks offers sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads from her new food truck business, Maggie May’s Espresso & Outfitter. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

The Veg Head features a large spinach tortilla, organic spinach, Romaine, feta cheese, avocado, seasonal vegetables and a choice of dressings. Each is a full and filling meal unto itself. But if you have a really big appetite, add one of the salads — broccoli bacon, homemade potato salad or coleslaw — or soups: taco, split pea and ham or chili.

Sequim, WA: City Code Adds Mobile Food Vendors

The City of Sequim’s new ordinance for mobile food vendors allows for businesses like Fita’s Mexican Grill, seen here in April, to park in approved areas if they follow regulations. Food trucks may use a spot for a maximum of four hours a day. Currently, no mobile food trucks are operating in city limits. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

City councilors voted 3-1, on Monday, Sept. 10, with Candace Pratt opposed