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Willoughby Town Centre Parking Update

As you may have noticed, the existing parking signs have been removed and will be replaced with new signage to reflect the new parking rules.

You will also see a new Pay Station has been added to the parking lot beside the Royal Bank.

Actual enforcement will begin effective June 10th, 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: that the First THREE Hours are FREE and guests DO NOT have to register.

Oxygen Yoga Willoughby Anniversary Specials

We can’t believe that it’s only been a year since Oxygen Yoga & Fitness Willoughby opened their doors. That’s probably because they became a part of our community a long time before their official opening.

There are some awesome specials for you to take advantage of as a thank you, and some upcoming events to register for as well.

Oxygen Willoughby’s Anniversary Sale is available until May 15.

Willoughby Yoga

Bring a friend Week – May 5 – 11, 2019

Bring a friend, family member or that special someone for a FREE class *new members only! Save your spot!

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Non Heated Prenatal Yoga Classes will continue until May 30th

This one hour stimulating, relaxing and stress-releasing yoga is perfect for all pregnant momma’s to be.

Back by popular demand

Teen Yoga & Kids Yoga – New sessions starting May 26th 2019

Teen Yoga ( ages 10 – 15) – 4 sessions – 4pm to 5pm

$89 + taxes

Kids Yoga (ages 5 – 9) – 4 sessions 3pm to 3:45pm

Contact Oxygen Willoughby to register – 604-230-8445

Era Hair Salon Celebrates Year One

It’s been one year since Era Hair Studio first opened it’s doors at Willoughby Town Centre. Stephanie and her team are so happy to be part of the local community.

As part of their Customer Appreciation Era Hair Studio is offering 15% off all services and 25% off products for the month of May.

Additionally, on Saturday May 4th, 2019 from 12:00pm – 4:00pm for a chance to win lots of prizes.

Era Hair Studio Customer Appreciation



Update: Parking Meters at Willoughby Town Centre

PARKING UPDATE: Our intent was not to cause any customer inconvenience, but rather to address the concerns of our businesses regarding parking stalls being taken up by non-customers. We have heard your feedback loud and clear and have listened.

Effective immediately we will be making the following changes to the parking restrictions. Enforcement will not take place until after the new signage is in place.

*3 Hour Free Customer Parking (no need to register plate)
*After Initial 3 Hours Pay Parking will be in effect and plate will need to be entered.
*No overnight parking
*Parking lots will be monitored throughout the day

We would also like to offer the first 100 people who visit Mattu’s Coffee & Tea and mention this post – a free regular cup of coffee, as a thank you for all the feedback and your continued support for our community and businesses.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused as your convenience is our highest priority !

Thank you again for your feedback.


Willoughby Town Centre

Parking Meters Come to Willoughby Town Centre

After being open for five years, and as the community in and around Willoughby Town Centre has continued to grow, our businesses have been sharing that their customers have  expressed concerns over the lack of parking near their storefronts. In fact, this has escalated to an unacceptable level in recent months.  In many cases, the parking is being used as a free parking option by contractors, nearby residences, and Willoughby Town Centre residents.

In conversations with our businesses, it was decided to install parking meters, to alleviate their customers’ concerns and provide parking for those who are actually visiting our merchants. Instead of having people pay to park for those shorter periods of time, we allowed for two free hours of parking when customers come to the center. While we understand that it might feel inconvenient to have to enter your licence plate # when you visit our businesses, we hope that you will understand the reasoning behind this new change.

HangtagTo make it easier, if you go to you can download the app to your phone, create an account, and if you have your locator on, it will show you the closest parking lot. Then you can enter your licence plate number direct from the app, without having to go to the meter. Should you have any problems with a meter, please call the number associated with the Meter Out of Order signage.

At this time, Willoughby Town Center Drive is controlled by the Township of Langley and parking is not enforced on the Drive yet.