New Maverik Travel Center and Gas Fueling Station Planned for Victorville

As mentioned in Victor Valley News Group, March 16, 2022, City of Victorville Planning Commissioners approved a site plan to allow for one of the first, and only Utah-based Maverik brand travel centers and gas fueling facilities to open in Southern California. The proposed location will be located directly across from the First Assembly of God church, adjacent to the Nisqualli Bridge overpass and the northbound I-15 on-ramp in the northwest corner of Nisqualli and Mariposa Road. The new Maverik travel center will feature a 9,082 square foot convenience store offering beer and wine sales (for offsite consumption) and a drive-thru restaurant. The travel center will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will offer fueling islands for semi-trucks and passenger vehicles, but will also provide certified truck scales, and an RV dump. According to the project plans, there will be six automobile fueling islands (four pumps per island) located under an approximately 10,000 square foot fueling canopy, and a separate 5,000 square foot commercial diesel truck canopy containing eight fueling islands, with nine one-way access lanes. The 5.22-acre property was purchased in October 2020 for $5.3 Million, in a rapidly growing area of Victorville.

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