Public Notice Document

Open House – Tuesday, June 28th
Residents and businesses are encouraged to attend a drop-in ‘Promenade Open House’ between the hours of 1:00pm- 7:00pm at the Kincardine Centre for the Arts (A-707 Queen Street, Kincardine). Staff will be available to answer questions and concerns about the event. Downtown resident parking and access passes will be available.

Launched in 2020 to support our local businesses and provide a safe space for pedestrians and patrons of the downtown, the Promenade on Queen will return in 2022, commencing every Sunday, starting July 3rd, 2022  through to August 28, 2022 from 10am-4pm.

The Promenade on Queen restricts vehicle traffic on Queen Street in downtown Kincardine from Durham Market North to Lambton Street. It will be a pedestrian friendly area at least 1-hour prior and after the event.

This allows downtown businesses within the closure area, an opportunity to display products outdoors, local artesians to display their goods and restaurants to expand their outdoor patios. It also provides an opportunity to promote physical distancing for those walking through the closure area on days that are typically busier during the summer months.


Accessible Parking and Access

A map identifying accessible parking locations is provided below. A total of 16 accessible

parking locations are provided near the street closure area, including 5 additional spaces that will be temporarily

added for the Promenade event.


Drop Off / Pick up Zone

A temporary drop off / pick up zone will be available near the Durham Market Square North and Queen Street

intersection (see map) for seniors and people with mobility issues.


Mobility Devices and Rollators

Mobility devices, including walkers and rollators, will be available at the Municipal Tent (see map), located near

the Drop Off Zone. The devices will be free for use, but photo ID and a credit card number is required for bookings

to ensure equipment returns or any damages incurred is at the expense of the person responsible for signing

out. Pre-booking is encouraged at


Downtown Resident Parking and Access Passes

Residents that access driveways within the street closure area are encouraged to pick up a special parking and

access pass, that will alert staff and the community of vehicles requiring access through the pedestrian only area.

Passes are available for pick up at the Municipal Office or at the Open House on June 28th.


Public Washrooms

Washrooms are available at the back of the Art Gallery, off Victoria Park. (see map)


Unfavorable Weather

This event is weather permitting, meaning there is opportunity for cancellation due to rain or high winds. Notice

will be put out via social media in the event of a weather-related cancellation.


Contact Information

Please contact: BIA Jana-Leigh at 647-808-4944 or Municipal contact Cherie Leslie 519-385-5310.

For questions or concerns on the day of the event, please contact Travis at 519-852-6350 or visit the municipal


 Promenade on Queen - Vendor Information

Included below are the required protocols and health & safety requirements of all vendors for the 2022 Promenade on Queen:


  • Limited vendor spaces are available so please submit an applications soon. 
  • Priority will be given, but not guaranteed, to local/regional (within 60km radius) vendors
  • Priority will be given, but not guaranteed, to those selling unique product not currently found in local Kincardine businesses
  • Application process will require detailed product information, including photos
  • Vendor fee has been set at $20/day/space (10’x10’ frontage)
  • If a vendor requires more than one space, price will increase at $20/day/space
  • To ensure sufficient number of vendors for each Promenade date, vending space(s) must be booked and paid in advance
  • Fees can be paid via cash/card
  • Should vendor be absent on a date that has been pre-booked/pre-paid, fees will be forfeited
  • In the event of organizer cancellation due to inclement weather – communication will be provided on such days that this is experienced
  • Should a change in provincial regulations force the evaluation of the Promenade on Queen at any time during the season, refunds will be issued as required
  • Preferred site selection cannot be guaranteed 
  • Vendors must supply all materials required for set-up (ie. tables, chairs, tent, etc.)
  • Vendors, unless depleted in stock, must be set up from 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • Vendors are permitted to start set up no earlier than 8:00am to allow Municipal Parks & Public Works opportunity to water flowers and empty public waste receptacles.



  • Food cannot be prepared on site unless with appropriate licensing through Municipality of Kincardine Refreshment Vehicle Licensing
  • Vendors must access the Street Closure area via the south street closure barricades (Queen Street & Durham Market North entrance) if using a vehicle to transport goods.
  • Vehicles must access the closure area and have their vehicles removed BEFORE 9:30am
  • Vehicles re-entering at end of day will not be provided access into the closure area UNTIL 4:00pm