Stater Bros. Building Could Become Bowling Alley

An application for a permit needed to run a bowling alley was received, though it won't finish clearing the red tape for about three months.


The former Stater Bros. building may be the home of a new bowling alley.

The city got an application for a permit needed to run a bowling alley in the building in the Winchester Square shopping center. Stater Bros. vacated it in 2006, according to the Californian.

The permit, submitted by Temecula Lanes Inc., will likely take three months to clear the application process, Patrick Richardson, the city's director of planning and redevelopment, told the Californian.

Robyn May 01, 2012 at 02:17 AM
They had a skating rink at Christmas time in Old Town. But outside of old town, closer to 79, they used to have a skating rink near Child's Play and Campini's. Not sure if it's still there though.
Cathy Sue Paino May 01, 2012 at 11:02 AM
Skating Rink closed years ago..a bowling rink has been needed since Pinky's closed
Samantha C May 01, 2012 at 06:00 PM
aww Skate City. Brings back so many childhood memories! That place hasn't been around in AGES! I don't think a roller rink would be very successful these days. Probably why the first one went out of business.
Donifer May 01, 2012 at 06:16 PM
We also need a drive in! I cant wait for the bowling.
Kristin Beard February 02, 2013 at 12:05 AM
There used to be Skate City in Old Town but it closed a few years back


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