Sturdee Street in Esquimalt will be closed to public parking on Dec. 7 and 8 for a film crew. (Screenshot via Google Maps)

Sturdee Street in Esquimalt will be closed to public parking on Dec. 7 and 8 for a film crew. (Screenshot via Google Maps)

Esquimalt warns of parking impacts from production filming in town

No parking on Sturdee Street Dec. 7 and 8

Residents and visitors alike will be asked to find parking alternatives on Dec. 7 and 8 as a film crew takes over Sturdee Street in Esquimalt.

The Township of Esquimalt has advised that early next week, a production filming in the municipality will be using Sturdee Street as crew parking.

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“There will be no public street parking on Sturdee from Esquimalt Road to Wood Street on December 7/8,” the township wrote in a social media post.

The municipality did not specify what would be filming in the area, but Warner Bros and Netflix have been filming MAID – a 10-episode series – in Greater Victoria between September 2020 and March 2021. Some scenes were filmed in Esquimalt in mid-October.

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