Street closures to begin for Ashley for the Arts

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ARCADIA, Wis. (WEAU) TRAFFIC INFORMATION:
Ashley for the Arts 2018 will be held on Thursday August 9, 2018 through Saturday August 11, 2018 within the City of Arcadia. For everyone attending please understand that there are large crowds expected to be in attendance throughout those days.
Many of the side streets will be closed off during high traffic exiting times at the end of the night. Streets that will be closed throughout the weekend starting on 8/10/2018 at 8am and not reopening until 8/12/2018 include:

• Gavney St from CTH J to Pearl St
• Pearl St from Gavney to Wilson Ave
• Wilson Ave from Pearl St to Fairfield Ave

If you are a local residence, please plan accordingly and if you are able to walk from your residence to the fest grounds this is advised.
When looking for parking please be patient. Multiple parking lots are located off of Fairfield Ave near the Arcadia High School, and Ashley Parking lots located on Washington St. These lots have bus pickups every 15 minutes and will be dropping off at Memorial Park. Also, if you are able or willing, all of these parking lots are a short walking distance to the main events.

We kindly ask that you please do not park where there are “No Parking” signs. We also ask that if there are barricades across a roadway do not move them or drive around them, they are there for a legitimate purpose.



 
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