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Save Sacto’s Taco Trucks ~ Northern Neighbors

The taco wars are underway in our great state's capitol. This anti-taco aggression simply cannot stand, as we must not allow California's capitol city to set the tone for future taco legislation. From our friends at Yum Taco:

Recently, the Sacramento City Council almost-unanimously enacted an ordinance drastically restricting the ways in which mobile food vendors - principally taco trucks - may do business in the city. Even though the vast majority of Sacramento's taco trucks (including all those relied upon by downtown and Natomas third-shift employees) do business from private property - parking lots where they've received owner permission to be - the new city regulations basically tell property owners that they don't know what's best for themselves, and enact all sorts of new rules on the trucks.

We feel strongly that all lovers of tacos must stand together and fight the anti-taco forces as a united front. Why don't you take a few minutes from your day, and sign the petition at the link above. Remember, you're not just saving the taqueros of Sacto, you're helping to set a taco tone for years to come.

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