Can the Pavilion and Plaza accommodate food trucks?

Yes. There are 30-amp outlets on the exterior west side of the Pavilion, where food trucks are intended to face west Park Street. This requires a Right of Way permit to close west Park Street. Find out more about street closure permits and fees.

Food trucks that are able to operate with standard 120-volt outlets can occupy the Plaza, which does not require a street closure. To talk through proven site plans for food trucks in the Plaza, contact the FMP Steward.

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1. Where is the Pavilion located?
2. What is the capacity of the building?
3. How do I reserve the Pavilion?
4. Can I meet with the staff to discuss questions or concerns?
5. Are there restrooms on site?
6. Is there an area to change?
7. Are the grounds lit?
8. Are renters responsible for cleanup?
9. Do we have to remove our own trash and recycling?
10. How many chairs and tables are provided?
11. How do the roll-up doors operate?
12. Is alcohol allowed?
13. How do we load in/out?
14. Can I drive into the Pavilion?
15. What are the electrical capabilities of the space?
16. Is there access to water in the Plaza?
17. Can the Pavilion and Plaza accommodate food trucks?
18. What are the capabilities of the food prep area?
19. Where do I park at the Farmers Market Pavilion?
20. Are there projection capabilities inside the Pavilion?
21. How does it sound in there?
22. Is there audio equipment in-house?
23. Is insurance required to rent the Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza?