It looks like a food truck — those mobile food vendors common to many cities — but it isn’t. Instead, it’s Boston’s “City Hall To Go,” a city hall-on-wheels that travels to different locations daily to deliver street side services to constituents, according to The Atlantic.

The project began in December, patterned after the food trucks popular in Boston. The food truck theme is carried throughout, including the project’s slogan: “Convenience Served Fresh Daily.”

The truck’s “menu” comes in five categories of Car, Family, Home, Pets and Plus. City residents can pay parking tickets, property and excise taxes, register to vote, request documents like a birth certificate or a dog license, submit a service request, report problems and more. Residents can track the truck’s location on its Twitter feed and homepage.

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