Millstream Village is a community shopping destination with all the services, stores and food choices to make your shopping a breeze.

5 great reasons to shop at Millstream Village

Guests enjoy this safe, friendly shopping experience

The heart of Langford is bustling with activity this time of year, and though many protocols have been implemented for public safety, Millstream Village has adapted to make sure everyone can still enjoy the safe and friendly atmosphere this shopping centre is known for.

Here are 5 awesome reasons to shop at Millstream Village:

  1. New protocols in place. Our merchants are truly mindful of public safety. Sanitation procedures have been ramped up to meet demand and as of Sept. 3, the Centre will be giving away Millstream Village Covid Keys. Margaret Nolan, the Assistant Property Manager, says they are designed to limit contact and are a great tool for debit/credit machine applications and opening certain doors. There is a limited quantity so get them while supplies last at participating tenants!
  2. One-stop shopping. Millstream Village is a community shopping destination with all the needed services, stores and food choices to make your shopping a breeze. Shop in person, on-line or take advantage of curbside pickup, take-out and delivery. Our merchants are ready to make your shopping experience as convenient as possible without compromising first-class and personalized service. Once you’ve experienced the convenience, quality and plethora of stores available, you won’t want to shop anywhere else! With more than a dozen services, the village caters to almost every conceivable need.
  3. Central location. Millstream Village is a thriving, well-established shopping centre, nestled in the heart Langford, just 15 km from downtown Victoria. Situated in an area with a host of complementing businesses, Millstream Village offers numerous advantages.
  4. Community involvement. Millstream Village is a proud supporter of many community initiatives. “There’s a lovely community feel here at the Village,” says Nolan. “Within the events held at the shopping centre, we support and fundraise for a number of local initiatives, such as children’s sports clubs, the fire department, local schools and the Rotary Club of West Shore charities.”
  5. A unique setting. Millstream Village is not your average mall. The layout is open and spacious, consisting of 7 separate buildings on a site that spans 20 acres. There is ample free parking near all the stores.

Millstream Village is located at 2401 Millstream Road at McCallum Road in Langford. Check out the Village online at www.millstreamvillage.com.

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