CDOT Announces Events And Road Closures For May 15-19

Monday, May 13, 2019

The Chattanooga Department of Transportation announces the following events and closures:

Wednesday, May 15

Ales on 8th - W 8th Street between Pine Street and Chestnut Street will be closed on Wednesday, May 15th from 4PM until 9PM. This closure will be in effect each Wednesday evening through January, 2020.     

Thursday, May 16

Law Enforcement Memorial Market Street between E 5th Street and E 8th Street, and E 6th Street and E 7th Street between Broad Street and Cherry Street will be closed from 9 am until 1:30 pm on Thursday, May 16, 2019 for the Law Enforcement Memorial.  

Friday, May 17

Nightfall - Cherry Street will be closed at E MLK Blvd from 3PM until 12 midnight for Nightfall setup. Market Street will be closed from East 8th Street to East 10th Street, and ML King Blvd will be closed from Broad Street to Georgia Avenue from 5:30PM until 12 midnight for Nightfall. These closures will be in effect each Friday night from May 3 through August 30 (omitting May 31st).

 Saturday, May 18

High School Commencement at McKenzie Arena - Mabel Street will be closed between E 4th Street to E 5th Street on  Saturday, May 18th from 5AM until 7PM for the high school commencement celebrations. 

 

West Village Street Festivals -  Pine Street between W 7th Street 

(south of the the Republic Parking lot)

 and W M.L. King Blvd, and 

8th Street between Pine Street and Chestnut Street will be closed from 8 am until midnight each Saturday through December 27, 2019.

 

CFC Soccer Match - Reggie White Boulevard will be closed from the entrance to the pavilion parking lot to W 19th Street from 12 pm until midnight on Saturday, May 18th. Additionally, the on-street parking on Chestnut Street, between W 17th St and W 19th St will be closed from 11AM until midnight. 

 

 

Chattery Series in the Passageways - The Chattery will be hosting an event in Cooper's Alley Passageways on Saturday, May 18th from 9:30AM until 12PM.

 

Clumpies Southside Birthday Party - W 14th Street will be closed, including the on-street parking, between Williams St and Market St on Saturday, May 18th from 8AM until 12AM for the celebration of Clumpies Southside first birthday. 

 

Silent Disco Series in the PassagewaysThere will be a silent disco party Cooper's Alley Passageways on Saturday, May 18th from 6:30PM until 12:30AM.

 

Sunday, May 19

Chattanooga Market - 

 

Reggie White Boulevard will be closed from the entrance to the pavilion parking lot to W 19th Street from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm each Sunday through November 24th.

  

 

View CDOT's map of event and road closures for full details of these activities and other projects underway in our public space.       

 


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