Frequently Asked Questions

Ladner Village market FAQ’s

A: No, We ask that you do not bring Dogs and other animals to the Ladner Village Market. As much as we love dogs, they are not the best at physical distancing and leashes can make it challenging for other patrons to move about while maintaining distance. This is a request of both the City of Delta and the Ladner Village Market. The exception to this is certified service dogs.

A: Masks are encouraged in addition to other preventative measures including frequent hand washing or sanitization. As some attendees at the market on Sunday will not have had the opportunity to be fully vaccinated, we encourage everyone to consider wearing a mask for those times where it is challenging to maintain 6 feet of physical distance. Additionally, there will be multiple opportunities for hand sanitization throughout the market.


and recommended for those who are not fully vacinated.

A: At the time, Entertainment, buskers, and tables/chairs are removed from the market space to reduce the opportunity for crowds to gather. This will allow more physical space for walking traffic.

A: We are suggesting that you limit the number of people attending from your household to one or two.

A: Yes, we will be encouraging each attendee to use hand sanitizer upon entering the market. We will also have three additional hand sanitizing stations set up throughout the market.

A: The Ladner Village Market will host vendors selling a vast variety of products including fresh produce, artisan foods, wood, glass, pottery, jewellery, and so much more.

A: Yes, as per the PHO guidelines, food vendors are allowed to offer samples of the products in accordance with the guidelines from the BCCDC. 

A: All of the food truck meals will be packaged in single use, take away containers as per the Provincial Health Order.  We encourage you to take your food items to a local park and enjoy them after your visit to the market. We suggest visiting Memorial Park, Lions Park or the two pop up parks located on Bridge Street and the Elliott Street Wharf.

A: Credit and debit cards are accepted by most vendors and many vendors have updated their squares to accept tap. Select vendors are accepting cash.

A: Yes, but we ask that shoppers avoid handling any items they do not intend to purchase.

A: Yes, you may bring your own reusable tote bags. Vendors will not be able to place items into your bags.

A: The Ladner Village Market has worked with all guidelines provided by the BCCDC, the Provincial Ministry of Health and with the City of Delta to develop a plan to ensure physical distancing and safety measures for the market.

A: No, the Ladner Village Market will not be offering reserved time for seniors shopping.