To help ensure the safety of shoppers, vendors, and staff and limit the spread of COVID-19, the Boulevard Drive-In Swap and Shop will reopen on Saturday, May 23, with the following changes:
Hours of operation have been reduced to 5:00am to 1:00pm.
No one will be allowed to enter the lot until the ticket booth opens at 5:00am.
Vendors will have their booths packed up and be off of the lot by 1:00pm.
Vendors are responsible for picking up their area and removing all merchandise they did not sell. Do NOT leave trash.
A single stall is approximately 20 feet in size. Vendors will be set up in a manner to allow a minimum of 10 feet distance between each other.
Vendors are asked to wear a mask or scarf.
Vendors are asked to have hand sanitizer at their booths and use it between transactions.
Selling of prepared foods and drinks is NOT allowed.
Sampling of produce is NOT allowed.
Vendors and shoppers must observe social distancing. Maintain a safe distance of at least six feet between individuals.
Shoppers will not be allowed to handle merchandise before purchasing. Do not touch the merchandise on tables. Vendors will serve you.
Wash produce at home before consuming it.
Shoppers are strongly encouraged to wear masks. Vendors may refuse to serve customers not wearing masks.
Send one person per family to shop, if possible.
Do not congregate or socialize while shopping.
Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after visiting.
Use hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol when soap is not available.
Stay home if you have any symptoms or feel ill.
The concession stand will NOT be open.
The playground is off limits.
Anyone not complying with these changes will be asked to leave, and no refunds will be given.
2020 Swap and Shop Pricing:
Vendor Single Stall – $15 per day
Vendor Double Stall – $30 per day
Shopper – $1 per person; children 11 and under are free
Please use exact change. No rain checks.
Shoppers will park on the east side of the parking lot.
Vendors will be spread out on the west side of the parking lot using stalls between speaker posts.