Wagga's food trucks will continue to do business until at least the end of February.
In the meantime, Wagga City Council will seek public feedback on a draft policy that would see food trucks granted ongoing permission to operate in certain areas within the city.
Nine mobile food vending operators have been offering products such as pizza, ice cream and coffee since early January under a trial program.
Cr Vanessa Keenan said the trial and survey for customers and existing businesses had been a "comprehensive process" and she thanked all parties who shared their feedback.
The draft Mobile Food Vendor policy, which includes a $350 permit fee for food trucks, has been placed on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.
The council will accept public submissions on the draft until September 9.