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Keywords: Strategy, Government, Street Vendor


Street vendors (PKL) in Tanjungpinang city hold their wares in places that have been prohibited by the Tanjungpinang city government based on the Tanjungpinang city government regional regulation (Perda) number 7 of 2018 concerning Public Order. There are 139 street vendors who do not have a location permit to trade, including on sidewalks and city parks. The purpose of this research is to study and find out the strategy of the Tanjungpinang city government in controlling street vendors in Tanjungpinang city based on Regional Regulation number 7 of 2018 concerning public order with a qualitative descriptive method and using data collection tools and techniques in the form of observation, interviews and documentation. To obtain research results and make it easier for researchers to carry out this research, researchers used the theory proposed by Andrew in Aristo Christian Langi (2019) which discusses the stages of formulation, stages of termination, stages of implementation and stages of assessment. The results of the research that the researchers got regarding the Tanjungpinang city government's strategy in controlling street vendors were not going well. This is because there are still many traders who display their wares in areas that have been banned and the government's strategy is not exactly. In addition, the government has not succeeded in providing a solution to the implementation of the regulation by meeting the needs of street vendors in Tanjungpinang. The need that has not been met is the availability of a field or location that supports street vendors