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Salisbury Police Issue Fireworks Traffic Advisory

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SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury police have announced that on Thursday, July 4, several roadways will be closed to traffic in preparation for the City Of Salisbury's "Red, White and Boom" firework activities.

Traffic at the following locations will be restricted to only vendors participating in the event at 6 p.m.:

  • Wayne Street at Milford Street
  • Wayne Street at Bateman Street just south of the Salisbury University Parking Garage
  • Power Street at South Division Street

Launch Zone: Closed to all foot and vehicle traffic at 8 a.m. 

  • Avery Street at South Division Street
  • North Wayne Street at Bateman Street

Police said that beginning at 8 p.m. and earlier if deemed necessary for safety, the following roadways will be closed and restricted to local traffic only until the conclusion of the fireworks presentation:

  • South Division Street at College Avenue
  • South Division Street at Milford Street

Traffic control sign boards will be positioned at both aforementioned locations.

Event Parking:

Parking is available at the Salisbury University parking garage located at the corner of Bateman Street and Wayne Street. Access to this garage will only be from Bateman Street directly off Route 13. Traffic control sign boards will be positioned on Route 13.

At the conclusion of the event all vehicles exiting the parking garage will be directed to Route 13 from Bateman Street.

Authorities said the above areas are expected to be congested with high volumes of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. All motorists are advised to expect delays and utilize extreme caution while driving in the area.
 
No alcoholic beverages will be allowed at the "Red, White and Boom" event, police said.

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