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Police Issue Salisbury Festival Traffic Advisory

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SALISBURY, Md.- Police are advising motorists that between Friday morning and Sunday, several downtown streets will be closed to traffic for the 32nd annual Salisbury Festival. Traffic in those areas will be restricted to only vendors participating in the event.

Event Parking:

Free parking is available at the parking garage located at the corner of South Division Street and Circle Avenue. Police said anyone needing to access the downtown area is encouraged to park in the parking garage via East Market Street.

For more information about the festival, which features live entertainment, food, shopping, games and activities for children, as well as carnival rides, click here.






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