Upcoming Street Closings Announced

Monday, August 19, 2019

Here are upcoming street closings:

Wednesday:

Grace Healthcare - W 8th St between Chestnut St and Pine St will be closed on Wednesday, from 2PM until 10:30PM for a private event.  
  
Thursday:

Ales on 8th -  8th Street between Pine Street and Chestnut Street will be closed on Thursday from 2PM until 11PM.
This closure will be in effect each Thursday evening through February 27, 2020.
  

Friday:

Nightfall - On Friday, 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 through Aug. 30.   

Saturday: 

Cameron Bean Memorial 5K - The Cameron Bean Memorial 5K will begin on Hamm Road and run down Moccasin Bend Road on Saturday, from 8 am until 9 am. The roads will remain open and the runners will be running in the opposing traffic lane for visibility.   
Habitat for Humanity Dedication of New Homes - Kirkland Ave between Hughes Ave and W 35th St will be closed Saturday, from 9:30 AM until 12:30 PM during a dedication ceremony for Habitat for Humanity of Chattanooga's newest homes.
  
West Village Street Festivals -  Pine Street between W 7th Street (south of the the Republic Parking lot)  and W M.L. King Blvd, and W 8th Street between Pine Street and Chestnut Street will be closed from 8 am until midnight each Saturday through Dec. 27.
 
Sunday:

Chattanooga Market - Reggie White Blvd between W 17th Street and W 19th Street will be closed Sunday, from 6AM until 8PM for the Chattanooga Market. This week's featured event is the "Lodge Cast Iron Cook-off".

Kickstand Bicycles Street Festival - W 38th Street between Tennessee Ave and St Elmo Ave will be closed Sunday, from 1 PM until 7 PM for a community block party sponsored by KickStand Bicycles.
 
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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