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Support Boston food trucks

The 2020 Summer Food Truck initiative starts on Friday, July 17.

In an effort to support these valuable small businesses during COVID-19, the Small Business Office, in partnership with the Streets Cabinet and Inspectional Services, is launching a temporary site pilot this summer. We're allowing unprecedented access to Boston’s residential neighborhoods.
Twenty-three neighborhood locations around the City have been identified and designated as food truck locations. These include City parks, playgrounds, and public spaces.

Have questions? Contact:

Small Business Development
BOSTON, MA 02108

About the program

Trucks will be vending seven days a week, from 12 - 7 p.m.

Only trucks that have been approved by the City of Boston to vend are able to participate in this initiative. Additional Food Truck locations will be added based on interest and availability.

Please note:

If you are an eligible truck and want to sign up, please fill out this form:

Complete the form

Food resources map

Food truck map

View a map of food truck sites across the City of Boston.
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Neighborhood food truck locations

Neighborhood food truck locations
Charlestown | Charlestown High School, 260 Medford St
  • Fridays, 12 - 7 p.m. - Northeast of the Border
Dorchester - Savin Hill | Savin Hill Malibu Beach, 66 Denny Street
  • Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 12 - 7 p.m. - Sufra
Roslindale | Fallon Field, 22 Walworth Street
Roxbury - Egleston | SW Corridor, 136 Green Street