Locke Street Welcomes You

Friday, August 23, 2019

You’re invited to #WalkLocke from 6-9 pm during our All Roads Lead to Locke

Wellness Lives Here

community event!

Check out our family-friendly, wellness focused activities on the street—our shops are open till 9 p.m. too!
Details coming soon!

About Locke Street

Click here for the latest construction update!

Locke Street is nestled amidst the beautiful Kirkendall neighbourhood just beneath the Niagara escarpment in Hamilton Ontario Canada.

Locke Street is a thriving and diverse shopping district that offers the connectedness of a tight community in the heart of a large and vibrant city.

The Locke Street Business Improvement Area encompasses all businesses on Locke Street South between Main Street West and Homewood Avenue consisting of more than 90 retail stores, professional services, cafés, and restaurants frequented by residents and visitors alike.

Come and enjoy a walk on Locke for the relaxed atmosphere as you explore an exciting mix of shopping and restaurants.

2019 Reconstruction:

Locke Street South is undergoing reconstruction between March and November 2019 and the new and improved Locke Street will feature:

  • Bump outs and pedestrian crossovers,
  • Wider and more defined sidewalks,
  • Benches,
  • Increased bike parking,
  • Accessible loading for busses, and
  • Planting of more trees!

We’re excited about the improvements to Locke Street and we encourage you to come and continue to walk Locke during this reconstruction phase because our BUSINESSES are OPEN!

Parking:

We have plenty of parking available during our reconstruction, including two public parking lots.

📍P1 is located right behind Starbucks at 158 Locke Street South

📍P2 is behind Blessings Christian Church (formerly Stanley Avenue Baptist) at 115 Stanley Ave (please see the hours posted)

Side street parking off of Locke Street is also available where indicated. 

Construction Updates

Click here for the most up to date reconstruction information regarding road closures, parking, and temporary two-way street conversions.