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Parking information and road closures for Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

Beginning at 7:30 A.M. on Monday, April 5, 2010, the following streets will be closed for the annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade, which is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. 

1)  Race Street - between Liberty Street and McMicken Street

2)  Elm Street - between Liberty Street and McMicken Street

3)  Findlay Street - between Central Parkway and Vine Street

4)  Elder Street - between Central Parkway and Vine Street

5)  Green Street - between Vine Street and Logan Street

6)  Henry Street - between Race Street and Dunlap Street

7)  Dunlap Street - between Findlay Street and McMicken Street

8)  Logan Street - between Liberty Street and Findlay Street

 Beginning at 10:00 a.m. the following parade route and cross streets will be closed in advance of the parade:

   Parade Route:

1)    Race Street - between Fourth Street and Liberty Street

2)    Fifth Street - between Elm Street and Sentinel Street

Cross Streets:

1)    Liberty Street – between Central Parkway and Vine Street

2)    Fifteenth Street - between Elm Street and Vine Street

3)    Fourteenth Street - between Elm Street and Vine Street

4)    Thirteenth - between Race Street and Vine Street

5)    Twelfth Street - between Elm Street and Vine Street

6)    Central Parkway - between Elm Street and Vine Street

7)    Court Street – between Elm Street and Vine Street

8)    Ninth Street – between Elm Street and Vine Street

9)    Eighth Street – between Elm Street and Vine Street

10) Seventh Street – between Elm Street and Vine Street

11) Sixth Street - between Elm Street and Vine Street

12) Vine Street – between Fourth Street and Sixth Street

13) Walnut Street – between Fourth Street and Sixth Street

14) Main Street - between Fourth Street and Sixth Street

15) Sycamore Street - between Fourth Street and Sixth Street

16) Broadway Street - between Fourth Street and Sixth Street

Access to downtown hotels within the parade route closures will be maintained and motorists should seek the assistance of a detailed Police Officer. 

Parking is available in the many lots north of Third Street, including the Fountain Square Garage and the Fountain Square South Garage below the Westin Hotel.  Parking is also available along East Pete Rose Way, Eggleston Avenue and near Sawyer Point.  Additional parking lots are located north and west of Paul Brown Stadium. Cash parking will be available in riverfront surface lots in the vicinity of Paul Brown Stadium and the Great American Ball Park on a limited first come, first served basis until 9:00 AM.  However the Great American Ball Park Garage, the Central Riverfront Garage and the East Garage will be reserved for Reds season parking pass holders on Opening Day.  The East Garage and the Central Riverfront Garage will have limited cash parking on a game by game basis for the rest of the season.   Please note that construction sites in and around the riverfront are off limits for public parking. Sites will be clearly marked and secured, and anyone parking in these areas will be towed. 

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