Join Our Coalition!

Do you own or operate a gourmet food truck?  Do you strive to develop interesting menu items to elevate your brand?  Do you find the legal requirements for food trucks confusing and incomprehensible?  You are not alone.

We are a group of progressively minded restaurateurs and small business owners who are currently working with city officials to change the legislation prohibiting street food in Atlanta.  We have successfully drafted and tabled legislation to improve the climate for street food trucks to operate in Fulton County and the City of Atlanta.  We work closely with local health department’s and the DOA to understand public safety concerns and guide our members about compliance issues specific to their food service or food sales business.

If you have a food service or food sales business and

are in the process of outfitting a street food truck,

please fill out the form below to join our coalition.


Your Name: *

Your Email: *

Business Name:

Business Address:

Overview of Company:

Operating Hours:


Menu (link):

Facebook URL:

Twitter URL:

Do you have a Licensed Kitchen?  yes no

In which County is the Kitchen Licensed?:

Do you have Insurance?  yes no

Carrier: Limits:

Your Message to the ASFC:

Membership dues for fiscal year 2014-2015 will be:
» $250 for Returning Members
» $500 for New Members
Membership includes:
  • An Atlanta Street Food Coalition decal, which will indicate your “official” status.
  • Public relations and marketing through our social and print media networks.
  • Access to an extensive & supportive network of small business owners and entrepreneurs.
  • Discounts on classes and seminars hosted by the ASFC.

If you are a citizen of Atlanta and are interested in supporting the coalition, please feel free to attend one of our open meetings or show up at a street food event.  We have a series of advocacy days throughout the Spring and Summer to raise awareness about the stifling climate for vending here in Atlanta as well as funds to promote new legislation for a healthy street food environment in Atlanta.

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