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Provo, UT 84601
Fourth July 2017
It happens every year, someone calls 911 asking why all of the roads are shut down on the morning of the Fourth of July.
Yes, again, Tuesday, July 4th there will be the Freedom Festival 5/10 K Runs and the Grand Parade.
University Avenue, Center Street and 900 East around the lower Campus area will close at 6:30 am that morning and opening back up around 12 Noon.
For those that live in the lower Campus area that may need to get out during that time frame, remember this easy 3 step guide:
1. North on 700 E.
2. East on 820 N.
3. North on 900 E.
To return to lower Campus area:
1. South on 900 E.
2. West on 820 N.
3. South on 700 E.
Hope you and yours have a great and Safe Freedom Festival.
Freedom Festival Time
This coming Saturday, June 24 will be the Children's Parade. Please be mindful that
Center Street between University Avenue and 900 East between 10:30 am and 11:30 am will be closed to allow for this fun activity.
We will continue to post information about upcoming Freedom Festival events to help those traveling through the City during this Holiday Season.