Changes to COVID-19 Requirements
In order to slow the spread of rapidly increasing COVID cases in Washington State and to ensure that hospital and medical systems are not overwhelmed, a pause has been announced statewide on a number of activities by the Governor’s Office for all counties in Washington State effective November 16, regardless of previous Safe Start phase. The pause is set to continue at least through December 14, 2020.
Changes to the Governor’s Safe Start Guidance are listed below.
The Covid-19 pandemic has left Seattle's food trucks searching for spots to setup and feed hungry customers. With large corporate office parks shut down, food trucks have been on the hunt for customers. Facebook Groups are now being used more than ever to spread the word of where Seattle's best food trucks are now located, right in your backyard. Well maybe closer to your front door, because Seattle's food trucks are now in neighborhoods, apartment communities, churches, and other non-traditional locations.
With the help of neighborhood organizers, home owners associations, apartment managers, and just about anyone willing to let trucks park on their property, many of Seattle's food trucks have been able to stay alive.
Here is a list of just a few of the local food truck groups on Facebook.
Maple Valley, Washington - Facebook Food Truck Booking Group
Direct Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/maplevalleyfoodtrucks
Kent, Washington - Facebook Food Truck Booking Group
Direct Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/kentfoodtrucks
North Redmond - Facebook Food Truck Booking Group
Direct Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/3242403672543972
Ravensdale, Washington - Facebook Food Truck Booking Group
Direct Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/663849951185900
Please help grow this list. By sharing information between food truck owners, community volunteers, and anyone organizing food trucks, we can help Seattle's food truck community survive.