Norman Food Truck Park Breaks Ground After November Approval

NORMAN, OK – Residents in Norman will now have an easier way to get food on the go. On Friday, the Norman Chamber of Commerce broke ground for a new food truck park.

The lot, which sits at 227 W. Main St., used to house a lumber yard but has been an eyesore for years.

According to the Norman Transcript, Gabriel Bird purchased the property at 221 W. Main St. to open a dental practice. However, he said he wanted the empty section next to his office to become a food truck park.

In November, the city council approved the plans for the food truck park.

On Friday, organizers announced that the “TOLY Park” will begin construction soon.

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2018-02-12T08:12:48+00:00By |Off the Wire|