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05/18/2017

Street closings for Crawdad Days

The Annual Crawdad Days Festival
May 19-21, 2017
in Harrison, AR

is set for this weekend and that will require some street closings like last year,
but there will be some changes this year.

Harrison Police Chief Paul Woodruff said the following street closings will begin
at 5 pm Friday and continue through 12 am Sunday for the Crawdad Days Festival.

  • E South Ave at Walnut St: People coming down wither hill will be allowed to turn back up the hill, but drivers will not be able to access Main St from either street.
  • S Willow St at Lake Shore Dr
  • Lake Shore at S Pine St
  • Spring St will already be blocked off north of Lake Shore due to the carnival, but it will also be blocked at the Jr High parking lot.  The Jr High parking lot will be accessible from Pine St onto College Ave.
  • Main St at Union Rd: There will also be a warning sign at the south interchange to let drivers  know about the road closing ahead.
  • Main St will be closed on both sides of Central Ave, but Central/Hwy 7 will remain open for east/west traffic only.
  • Main St will be closed at Stephenson, but Stephenson will remain open and detour signs will be posted.
  • Detour signs will be placed on the Bypass at Hwy 7 and 2nd St.
  • E Nicholson will be closed at E South Ave.
  • Old Stonewall Rd will be closed at the east side of the low-water crossing and at Hwy 7/S Pine from 6 am through 11 pm Saturday only for the Crawdad Days 5k run.
  • About 7 am, barricades will be placed at Sycamore, Walnut just south of Prospect, Walnut at Ridge on both sides, Walnut at Rush, Rush at the alley behind the Old Federal Building, Rush at Willow, Willow at Stephenson, and Stephenson at Main.

Handicapped parking will be available in the parking lot between Willow and Main, with Willow being open to access to the handicapped parking lot.

 

 

 

 

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