LEXINGTON COUNTY (WACH) — Chief Terrence Green want to notify the Town of Lexington group that there can be street closures and detours throughout the afternoon of Sunday, Dec. 4 for the Town of Lexington Christmas Parade in downtown Lexington.
These street closures and detours will start at 1:00 p.m. with the closure of West Butler Street, from Columbia Avenue to North Church Street.
Additional closures embody Haygood Avenue and a part of Meetze Street to permit these concerned within the parade to stage and put together their floats.
The Lexington County Extension Office parking zone, situated at 605 West Main Street, will even be closed all through the day for float setup and staging.
The Christmas Parade will use the route of Haygood Avenue to West Main Street/US-1 to North Lake Drive/SC-6. The greatest viewing of this parade can be alongside West Main Street from Haygood Avenue to the intersection of Main Street at Lake Drive.
To put together for the three:00 p.m. begin of the Christmas Parade, West Main Street, from Columbia Avenue to North Lake Drive, East Main Street at Harmon Street, North Lake Drive at Dreher Street, and South Lake Drive at Fort Street, will shut at 2:45 p.m. All visitors can be detoured across the parade route till the occasion is full.
The principal roadway detours will re-open at roughly 4:30 p.m. At the identical time, West Butler Street, from Columbia Avenue to South Church Street, will stay closed till all parade floats and individuals have been cleared from the roadway.
It is suggested that attendees arrive early to discover a parking area and seating alongside the parade route as that is all the time a well-attended occasion. Please discover parking in public parking tons close to the occasion as those that park in non-public enterprise parking tons take the danger of being towed from the property on the proprietor’s expense.