[LIST] Road closures due to Tallahassee Winter Festival

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By: WCTV Eyewitness News
November 29, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- If you're traveling near downtown Tallahassee this weekend, you may encounter road closures and extra traffic due to the annual Winter Festival.

The Tallahassee Police Department shared the following details about the scheduled events and road closures:

November 26, 2018-December 9, 2018
Chain of Park Closures:
Park Avenue- Duval Street to Monroe Street

December 1, 2018
Festival Closures:
7:00 am – 12:00 am
• Adams Street- Call Street to Jefferson Street
• Park Avenue- Bronough Street to Monroe Street
• College Avenue- Bronough Street to Monroe Street
• Duval Street- Pensacola to Call Street

Parade Staging Area Road Closures:
4:30 pm
• Monroe Street- Brevard Street to Tennessee Street
• Georgia Street- Adams to Calhoun Street
• Carolina Street- Adams to Calhoun Street
• Virginia Street- Adams to Calhoun Street

Jingle Bell Run
5:30/5:45 pm Road Closures:
• Monroe Street- Tennessee Street to Oakland Avenue
• Gaines Street-Meridian Street to Bronough Street
• Adams Street- Oakland to Madison Street
• Duval Street- Bloxham to Tennessee Street
• Madison Street- Bronough to Meridian Street
• St. Augustine- Bronough to Duval
• Pensacola Street-Bronough to Adams
• Jefferson Street-Adams Street to Monroe
• Calhoun Street- Jefferson Street to Gaines Street
• Gadsden Street- Jefferson Street to Bloxham
• College Avenue-Bronough to Calhoun Street

Parade Route:
Approximately 6:45 pm
• Includes staging and festival closures
• Monroe Street- Brevard to Gaines Street
• Adams Street- Call Street to Jefferson Street
• Park Avenue- Bronough Street to Gadsden Street
• College Avenue- Bronough Street to Gadsden Street
• Call Street- Adams Street to Calhoun
• Park Avenue- Adams Street to Calhoun Street
• E. Pensacola Street- Calhoun to Monroe
• Apalachee Pkwy- Franklin to Monroe
• Madison Street Monroe to Macomb Street

The end time for the road closures associated with the Jingle Bell Run is approximately 7 p.m., and the end time for the parade closures is approximately 10 p.m.



 
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