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Front Royal Christmas Parade Street Closures And Parking Restrictions

29 November 2017 News

The Town of Front Royal  is getting ready for the upcoming Christmas Parade.  The Front Royal Police Department has announced street closures and parking restrictions in conjunction with Front Royal’s Annual Christmas Parade.
On Saturday, December 2nd, 2017, parking restrictions and street closures will be in effect beginning at 3:00pm. There will be no on-street parking permitted on the following streets:
• Luray Avenue from W. Criser Road to Kilby Drive
• Kilby Drive
• West Stonewall Drive
• South Royal Avenue from Stonewall Drive to Main Street
• East Main Street from Royal Avenue to Blue Ridge Avenue
• Chester Street from East Main Street to 3rd Street
• 3rd Street from Chester Street to North Commerce Avenue

Royal Avenue is scheduled to close at approximately 3:40pm in anticipation of the parade, which will start at 4:00pm. Motorists will need to detour the parade area via the truck route, which is South Street and Commerce Avenue.

Parade Participants:
Those individuals  in the parade are required to enter the Luray Avenue lineup area from West Criser Road or Kerfoot Avenue to avoid congestion.  Luray Avenue will be marked as an eastbound only one-way street during the parade preparation and lineup.
The parade route will start from Luray Avenue and proceed onto Stonewall Drive then north on S. Royal Avenue; east on E. Main Street; north on Chester Street, and continuing until turning onto 3rd Street and ending at the Warren County Government Center.

The Front Royal Police Department advises that motorists should add a little extra time to their travel plans and to be patient as they assist in this Christmas celebration. For the safety of the participants and the spectators, if you encounter a barricade or traffic control device please obey it and redirect your route. It is illegal to move, go around or through barricades or to disregard traffic control devices. Let’s make this a safe and happy holiday season for everyone.

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