DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Several streets in downtown Dayton will be affected by the Cityfolk Festival this weekend, June 27 to July 1.
The Downtown Dayton Partnership provided 2 NEWS with road closure information for Cityfolk, but also for the City of Dayton Fireworks on June 30.
Both events take place at Riverscape MetroPark and the surrounding area.
Your best bet is to come downtown before 8 p.m. June 30, when additional roads will be closed for the fireworks.
Following are the scheduled street closures, provided by the City of Dayton Police Department and Five Rivers MetroParks:
Beginning 3 p.m. June 27 (until 2 a.m. July 1):
- Patterson Blvd. from First St. to Monument Ave.
Beginning 6 p.m. June 27 (until 2 a.m. July 1):
- Monument Ave. from Jefferson St. to Patterson Blvd.
-Southbound Riverside Dr. from White Allen St. to Monument Ave.
-St. Clair St. from First St. to Monument Ave.
-Harries St. from the WorkflowOne Garage to Monument Ave.
-The WSU entry/exit to Monument Ave.
-The Engineer's Club entry/exit to Monument Ave.
Beginning 5:30 p.m. June 28:
-Riverside Dr. between White Allen and Monument Ave.
-Monument Ave. between Patterson Blvd. and Sears St.
Beginning 5 p.m. June 30:
-Jefferson St. between E. First St. and Monument Ave.
-River Corridor Dr. (open for pedestrian traffic only)
Beginning 8 p.m. June 30 (in addition to the closures listed above):
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