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LA RUE DE CORRIERE CLOSING SOON
Saddened to hear that the somewhat new and fun place, La Rue De Corriere has lost their ability to renew their lease due to the building being sold and will soon be closing their store. They are needing to liquidate their inventory and are having some great deals at their store on Scotts Valley Drive.

But Shanna Corriere looks to hopefully find a a new store front with hopes of reopening sometime in the near future so if anyone knows of a great spot, please do chime in.

I wish Shanna and her crew the best. They have an awesome shop with lots of things you will not find anything else from furniture, to jewelry, to gifts, and more.
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Chiméne LeeDoesn't a commercial lease survive a sale? I thought it did, legally. Hmmm...

16 hours ago

KevinandCherie AndersonRobert this was my favorite shop ❤️ kev 😎 great folks and great merchandise 😍 they will live on somewhere ! K

10 hours ago

Renata CuloresPamela Culores

9 hours ago

Debbie LilesThe one little store in Scotts Valley that I am a regular customer of.

8 hours ago

Erin Peyton BraytonThey work so hard at this store. Sad they'll be closing!!! Hope the building doesn't stay empty.

6 hours ago

Shanna CorriereThank you so much Robert. Although we are still in shock and our hearts are heavy we are certain we will open again soon in another location. The notice to vacate was one that has left little time to do what it would normally take months to accomplish but we are steadfast in our local search for a spot that will accomdate the shop and allow us to continue to serve and be a part of a town we adore. My goal is to be settled somewhere before Christmas which would allow us to once again fundraise for those in need over the holiday season. Please stay tuned as we continue the search and thank you Robert for your continued support.

6 hours ago   ·  2

Jaime Quinn DonatoSandy Prentice Roberson

5 hours ago

Shana TaylorI love this store! I hope they stay in Scotts Valley!!

4 hours ago

Roberta Jones-QuinnMaura M. Bailey

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Alicia SuitsLauren Westerberg Debra Passafuime

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Power out on some areas of Lockhart Gulch Road, Green Valley Road and Lucinda Street. Reports coming in that power lines are down due to a possible accident or tree falling on power lines.

Anyone have updates on the situation?
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Eartha MaxonI heard that there was a tree that fell down and is blocking the road.

18 hours ago

Heather Warner9:10:27 PM 170918023146 Scotts Valley Fire on Fire Red Wires down 333 LOCKHART GULCH RD ,LKHRT GLCH AREA E2511

18 hours ago

John MoorefieldRyan Hernandez

18 hours ago

Cindy FergusonOak tree down on Nelson Rd. Is what neighbors are saying. Cars can't get through.

18 hours ago

Janelle HolbrookLockhart Gulch is closed off between Mount Hermon Rd and Green Valley Rd.

18 hours ago

Josh JensenComcast has an outage since 9:10, not sure if related

17 hours ago

Shara SheardGreen Hills was flickering for a bit but seems to be staying on. It was working hard at staying alive...

17 hours ago

Deidre SeibRight when I was about to submit my essay, it went out 🙄

17 hours ago

Rebecca WarnerFlickered on SV a lot but held out.

17 hours ago

Mary KellyOh no!!!

17 hours ago

Christopher CulliganFelton / Zyante flickering for sure.

16 hours ago

Gwen Hauso Grever-LogsdonWe heard a loud pop and saw a flash of light about 9 up towards 333 Lockhart

16 hours ago

Joey BrightPower restored on (our section at least) of green valley rd! Thanks PG&E

16 hours ago   ·  2

Stacy TakahashiIt's back on for us

15 hours ago

Calley JohnsenWe lost power for a few minutes but held after that.

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WHERE ARE THE CUSTOMERS?
Make no mistake about it, Scotts Valley is an up and coming town. Yet the general consensus seems to be that retail business along Scotts Valley Drive has not met up to expectations.

Is it because of the need for more renovation of storefronts? Is it because there is not enough demand? Is it because you prefer to shop elsewhere?

Scotts Valley Drive could be a vibrant street full of shopping, restaurants and shops. But so far, it's not happening as many would hope.

Why do YOU think that is? What would make YOU want to walk up and down the street wanting to shop and dine there?

You say?
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Nathan York"What would make YOU want to walk up and down the street wanting to shop and dine there?" Well, I'd need places to shop and dine close enough together to make walking a viable option. There are a few places now, but they are stretched the length of SV Dr. IMO the town center is our best bet for this since it would be in a contiguous and compact area - we should concentrate efforts there first.

18 hours ago   ·  19

Ampamike NicklausHoping when new hotel opens new shops will follow !!!

18 hours ago   ·  4

Laura LivengoodScotts Valley Drive is largely services, which makes it really convenient to live here, but mixing car washes and mechanics with strolling and shopping is tricky! Especially along a wide, fairly busy street.

17 hours ago   ·  17

Lori GoldbergThe current shops have zero curb appeal. Nothing makes you want to stop and pop in. And it's so eclectic (and not in a good way). I don't want to trash on Ferrell's doughnuts but wow, is that place depressing inside and out. Shopping is emotional, impulsive and fun. There is so much money in Scotts valley, yet the local places are drab (speaking of sv drive). Take a cue from Zienna's on Mt. Herman - great curb appeal and selection. I think a bakery would do well. We could use a good one in SV. A frozen yogurt spot like yogurt land. Chipotle. I know I'm dreaming....

17 hours ago   ·  17

Michael WielandThe idea is inherently attractive. SVD seems like a freeway many says. Not conducive to foot traffic.

17 hours ago   ·  9

Tina MayMost Scotts Valley people work hard. Most people in Scotts Valley commute don't they? That means they can shop in San Jose, Campbell, Palo Alto,..

17 hours ago   ·  3

Stephanie LamSv drive is like 3 miles long, the majority of us don't want/have time to walk that long of a stretch to shop! And most of sv's neighborhoods are not located within "walking distance" of sv drive.

17 hours ago   ·  7

Josh JensenNew guy here so surely missing some context. I understand why current real estate supply makes new projects challenging. What about incenting renovation and densification of the existing shopping centers?

17 hours ago   ·  3

Holly HornI think the length of SV drive, and the distance between retail shops is a big deterrent. There are housing/corporate buildings/etc dividing up much of the street.

17 hours ago   ·  12

Renata CuloresOrganic food!!! Retail people buy online...

17 hours ago   ·  11

Kyle MaxwellNot much can compete with Amazon when it comes to retail. That could be one of the problems. A fun experiment would be to track UPS deliveries per day. I'll bet it's really high. Another issue is Yelp. When choosing a service shop/contractor/etc, most people use Yelp now to make decisions so local loyalty takes a second seat to positive feedback and price. Another thing is price. Scotts Valley Market and Scarborough Lumber are both great businesses but be prepared to spend top dollar on everything. That's gotta hurt business a bit. The solution is to make the street a pedestrian friendly experience. Everyone will agree that downtown LG and downtown Campbell are fun for that very reason. People just want to rub elbows and interact, and it wont happen in a car-centric landscape. I'd love to see it happen.

17 hours ago   ·  8

Stephanie Zanotto NygaardIt would be so great to have a town similar to the Los Gatos strip. We need higher end shopping, name brand stores, better upscale restaurants (possibly including chain restaurants). The people of SV don't want any of this so we will never have it. We are only 10 minutes away from the ocean and we don't even have a seafood restaurant?!? I know a few places around here give some good seafood plates, but I'm talking about a restaurant comparable to wharf food. Doesn't help that SV has ZERO nightlife. So we just drive 10-20 min to a town that has all of this.

17 hours ago   ·  18

Raoul AmaralI still remember two lanes and one stop light .

17 hours ago   ·  2

Roger GalvinSV Drive is a random mish mash of unrelated businesses, most of which are housed in ugly and dilapidated buildings. Even the complex that SV market is in, which is clearly the most successful, is run down and in need of major repair.

17 hours ago   ·  24

Diana PedregonMy biggest issue is that every business seems to close so early. I go to SC a lot because of that.

17 hours ago   ·  8

Gabrielle FerrulliThe planning is all wrong. It needs more than a face lift. The park and shop model is outdated.

17 hours ago   ·  6

Alyssa DowningA majority of the shops really need a facelift...sorry it's true. Some of them look like they haven't been taken care of. It's also a real weird mix of businesses along that stretch. There are small stores mixed with, auto shops, office parks and warehouses. You really need to have everything somewhat mesh together and I think that's lacking on SVD.

17 hours ago   ·  3

Diane BourdetThe new hotel is too big and has no style

17 hours ago   ·  4

Diane BourdetWould love a good Italian restaurant too..

17 hours ago   ·  7

Kevin BarnettMoving here recently after living right in downtown campbell for 6 years I can say the mix of having a few good restaurants, a few bars, two coffee shops, ice cream/froyo/candy, and other assorted interests like books and fashion is a good blend. It's brings out a wide variety of people which makes the whole thing interesting to everyone, and it's all in a 3 block strip. There is also a very tight downtown association that promotes wine walks, art night, octoberfest, farmers market, etc which drives traffic to local businesses to help them thrive. Not sure how to drive this type of change to SV (we love it here by the way) but the real key is if you can get 2-3 attractions near each other, other businesses will pop up and thrive around that. Think about leaving a pizzeria and walking past an ice cream parlor and a bar. Both decent nightcap options whether you are on a date or with the fam....

17 hours ago   ·  11

Laura LarsonThere aren't any decent stores, combined with a cool hip vibe. Other towns have numerous restaurants, shops, parking all in a walkable location. Santana row, Los Gatos, Campbell are magnets.

17 hours ago   ·  7

Karen LippeFor decades Downtown Campbell was a sleepy street with a bookstore, cowboy shop and a funeral home. Quite the opposite today and the bookstore is the only survivor. Los Gatos was the happening night life spot (think Brazilian soccer team) but today, due to the city officials (residents) not wanting any night time riff-raff the town has turned it into a sleepy town. A survey of SV residents is in order to answer this question. From these examples, you can design it, and they will come, or not. (Check out the town in Wisconsin that made themselves a destination place for the oversized furniture and such (chair, mail box, pencil etc.) for tourist to check out.)

17 hours ago   ·  2

Felicia ReneeEchoing the above...it just isn't conducive to walking. The mix of businesses also don't really make sense.

17 hours ago

James HurleyManhole covers that are actually flush with the road surface would be a start. Please and thank you.

17 hours ago   ·  5

Michele KunzNo fine dinning! We miss Sandabs. How's about a car wash that does not take 1 hour.

17 hours ago   ·  3

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My Scotts Valley shared Food Trucks A Go Go's album.

SAY CHEESE!
Did you go to the Food Trucks Friday Event this past Friday, September 15th? If you did, you may find yourself in this photo album.

I heard it was a GREAT time for everyone. Check it out!
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What a great time at the Scotts Valley Food Truck Event! See you at the next one on October 27th for dinner, drinks, live music and Movie in the Park! www.facebook.com/events/342664842850575

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