Lebanon Reporter

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July 3, 2014

LPD announces July 4 traffic and parade information

The Lebanon Police Department has announced traffic plans and street closures for July 4th festivities.

The Lebanon parade route will be cleared of parked vehicles after 7 a.m. on the morning of July 4 for street cleaning and preparation. Vehicles left on the parade route after that time are subject to removal at owner’s expense.

The parade route will be closed to all vehicle traffic after 1:30 p.m. Vehicles on the parade route after that time will be subject to impoundment. The parade will begin at 2 p.m.

For the safety of all and to prevent parade delays, spectators are asked not to sit or stand in the parade route, defined as spanning curb-line to curb-line or edges of pavement. At cross intersections, only folding chairs or blankets will be allowed to be placed in the street during the route closure.

Parade participants and spectators are reminded that there will be no water projecting devices or soliciting allowed during the parade.

During the parade there will be no parking along Ulen Drive between North Outer Drive and Grant Street. While all southbound traffic will be diverted off Elizaville Road onto Grant Street, residents of Ulen Country Club will have access to enter and exit the area.

At certain intersections, such as Meridian and Camp streets, safety lines will be painted on the pavement. Spectators will be required to stay behind those lines during the parade.

During the parade, the Lebanon Street entrance to Memorial Park will be open for access to the park.

Parade route description: Lebanon High School parking lot to North Outer Drive; North Outer Drive to Ulen Drive; Ulen Drive to Meridian Street; Meridian Street to Main Street; Main Street to East Street; East Street to Essex Drive; Essex Drive back to Lebanon High School parking lot.

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