Orangeville welcomes 16 new businesses over last six months

December 22, 2022   ·   0 Comments

By Sam Odrowski

Orangeville welcomed 16 new businesses to the community over the last six months.

A report that came forward at the local town council’s regular meeting on Dec. 12 listed the many new businesses that registered with the Town of Orangeville from July 1 to Dec. 1, 2022.

The newly opened businesses include:

  • Jessii Vee’s Peculiar Place (210 Broadway, Unit 105)
  • Holland Daze (150 First Street, Unit G4)
  • Village Rose Luxury Rose Boutique (48 Centennial Road, Unit 14)
  • MAD Clear Out (210 Broadway, Unit 108)
  • Lobban Appliance Limited (400 Town Line, Unit 11)
  • Papa John’s Pizza (75 Alder Street, Unit 6)
  • Serpa Steel Custom Fabrication Inc. (10A Centennial Road)
  • Superior Micro Jetting (14 Stewart Court, Unit 8)
  • Mary Brown’s Chicken (92 First Street)
  • Yellow House Design Inc. (76 Centennial Road, Unit 1)
  • Fat Bastard Burrito (150 First Street)
  • Bolts Plus Orangeville (695 Riddell Road, Unit 1B)
  • SocialPLUS365 (14 Stewart Court, Unit 10)
  • Philthy Philly’s Cheesesteaks and Poutinerie (520 Riddell Road, Unit G-J)
  • Décor Solutions (57 Broadway)
  • Mabor Industrial Inc. (660 Riddell Road, Unit 5)

In addition to these storefront businesses, eight home-based businesses opened from July 1 to Dec. 1.

Coun. Joe Andrews offered his praise to the new businesses that recently opened in Orangeville during council’s Dec. 12 regular meeting.

“As I’ve done so in previous acknowledgments of this particular document, I want to applaud the businesses who’ve invested in our community, especially as we’re continuing through the recovery of the pandemic,” he remarked. “For them to do so during a period that has much uncertainty, inflationary concerns – I really am enthused by the numbers and also on the number of at-home business operators as well. We have declaration of eight that have secured their business licenses, so thank you for investing in our community.”

Orangeville council’s next regular meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Jan. 9 at Town Hall (87 Broadway).

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