Parking bans, road closures in Norwich for St. Patrick’s parade

NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH) — Temporary parking bans and road closures will go into effect Sunday for Norwich’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival.

A parking ban will be in effect on the following streets from 9 a.m. until approximately 5 p.m.:

  • Both sides of Park Street from Cliff Street to Main Street
  • Both sides of Main Street from from Burnham Square (Route 12) to Market Street
  • Both sides of Franklin Street from Franklin Square to Willow Street
  • Both sides of Willow Street from Franklin Street to Broadway
  • Both sides of Chestnut Street from Willow Street to Union Square
  • The left side of Broadway (lower) from Union Square to Main Street

The following streets will close to traffic at 10:30 a.m.:

  • Main Street from Burnham Square (Route 12) to Market Street
  • Broadway (lower) from Main Street to Union Square
  • Courthouse Square from Water Street to Main Street

The following streets will close to traffic at 12:15 p.m.:

  • Franklin Street from Franklin Square to Boswell Avenue/Oak Street
  • Willow Street from Franklin Street to Broadway
  • Chestnut Street from Willow Street to Union Square

All streets will open at the end of the parade with the exception of Main Street from Broadway to Market Street, and Courthouse Square from Water Street to Main Street. These streets will reopen at 5 p.m. when the street festival ends.

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