BOULDER, Colo. - Boulder is inching closer to opening a food truck park after two years of discussion.
The Daily Camera reports that entrepreneurs are resubmitting plans for Boulder Food Park on Thursday. They call for a nearly 15,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor food truck staging area.
The idea has been discussed at multiple council meetings, undergone a use review process and been the subject of a city ordinance.
BFP partner Hank Grant says the political battle is over and the group is ready to move on to construction. He and partner Justin Riley say they hope to have the establishment open by Memorial Day.
Grant says there will be an indoor bar and stage as well as outdoor seating and yard games. About 20 food trucks have signed vendor agreements.