Queen Street Pedestrian Project
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation and in an effort to support physical distancing with downtown Port Perry, the Township, with the support of the Port Perry BIA, will be opening up Queen Street on weekends starting July 25, 2020.
The area between Perry Street and Water Street will be fully open to pedestrians and closed to vehicular traffic. Between John Street and Perry Street, the sidewalk on the north side of Queen Street will be expanded into the existing on-street parking area. Queen Street will be open to vehicular traffic between John and Perry Street and the on-street parking would still be available on the south side of Queen Street in this area.
In addition to other municipal parking lots in the downtown area, parking is also available on weekends being the municipal office building at 181 Perry Street and behind the Visitor’s Centre on Queen Street. In addition, 5 temporary accessible parking spaces will be provided along Perry Street and Water Street to replace the existing accessible parking spaces that would be temporarily unavailable along Queen Street. Click here to view a map of available downtown parking areas.
These efforts are intended to help make downtown Port Perry a safe place to walk, shop and eat.
Visit my.scugog.ca/queenstreet for more information.