Prime Victoria sites up for grabs for mobile providers this summer, fall – Peninsula News Review

The City of Victoria is accepting applications from mobile businesses to man vendor stalls across the city, as part of the city’s Build Back Victoria program.

Fifteen stalls at eight locations across Victoria are available free to vendors on a two-week rotating basis, until October 2022. Vendor locations are away from competing storefronts at the following locations; two each at Clover Point, Macdonald Park on Simcoe Street, Hollywood Park on Fairfield Road, Oaklands Park on Scott Street, on Harbor Road across from the Galloping Goose Trail, along Dallas Road near Howe Street, and one location above Gonzales Beach Park.

Vendors are permitted to operate from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

“Mobile vendors and food trucks are popular with locals and visitors alike,” Mayor Lisa Helps said in a statement. “This is a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to reach more customers during what is expected to be a busy summer season, while helping to activate our streets, parks and public spaces.

Since the program launched in 2020, more than 25 mobile vendors have participated, ranging from ice cream and food trucks to those offering dental, acupuncture and bike repair services.

In addition to the temporary mobile vending, the city also offers a permanent bicycle vending program allowing entrepreneurs to try out their business with low start-up costs. Those interested can apply for a free permit all summer long at Rebuild Victoria Web page.

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