Members of the Port Perry BIA are rapidly responding to the current public health situation. Some businesses and services have been forced to close to protect staff and customers; and some are choosing to stay open, perhaps with limited hours. The Scugog Visitor and Business Centre at 250 Queen Street will be closed until further notice.
Our member businesses are independently owned and proudly so. It’s what makes Port Perry such a wonderful shopping, dining and recreation destination. The BIA supports our members’ individual decisions. If you are planning a visit to Port Perry, please check with various businesses so you can make an informed decision. Please also be aware that the situation is rapidly changing.
Many of our members offer online shopping and other services. We encourage you to continue to support independent small businesses, which are a key part of the Canadian economy and our community.
BIA staff will be monitoring and responding to emails and phone messages. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-985-0814.
The Port Perry BIA
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The Port Perry BIA was established in 1989 under a Provincial Municipal act. The businesses (commercial and/or industrial) located in Downtown Port Perry, from Mary Street to Simcoe Street to North Street to Water Street, make up our Business Improvement Area (BIA). These building & store owners contribute funds, independently, which their elected BIA Board of Directors facilitates, towards the maintenance, beautification, flower baskets in the Downtown along with events presented by the BIA and advertising to create awareness of our beautiful community.