The Bristol Mum Parade will take place on Sunday September 24th. The parade will start at 1:30 p.m.
Temporary parking restrictions will be put in place early Sunday morning. There will be no parking allowed along the parade route.
Any vehicles left on the parade route may be subject to tow at the owner’s expense. Road closures and traffic detours will take place at 12:30p.m. The entire parade route
Road closures and traffic detours will take place at 12:30p.m. The entire parade route will be shut down to all vehicle traffic.
Detours will be set up to direct motorists around the downtown area.
Residents on Laurel Street, Meadow Street, Kelley St and Ward Street can use Kelley St to Center Street to Summer Street to get in and out of the area during the parade.
The parade will take the following route:
Start Race Street at West Street
Travel south on West Street to School Street
Travel east on School Street to Church Street.
Travel south on Church Street to South Street
Travel east on South Street to East Street
Travel north on East Street to Memorial Boulevard
Travel west on Memorial Boulevard to Main Street
Travel north on Main Street to Riverside Avenue
Travel west on Riverside Avenue to North Main Street
Travel north on North Main Street and end prior to Center Street.
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