Target plans to add drive-up service at its Bend store, according to a plan filed with the city of Bend.
The company filed an application with the Community Development Department to convert six parking spaces near the front doors into four drive-up stalls.
Target is offering the drive-up service at more than 1,550 stores and continuing to expand, spokeswoman Jill Lewis said.
The application before the city could be approved this week, Senior Planner Karen Swenson said.
Target has not stated when it would start offering the service in Bend. To use the drive-up service, shoppers have to place their orders through Target’s mobile phone app. Target notifies them when orders are ready and loads their cars when they pull into the temporary parking spots.
Three years ago, Fred Meyer parent company Kroger brought a similar service, ClickListhttp://www.bendbulletin.com/business/4566136-151/fred-meyer-rolls-out-online-shopping-in-central ">ClickList, to its Redmond and Bend stores. Orders can be placed online and picked up from the ClickList parking area during a designated window of time.