Dennis Memorial Day Program Detailed

Traffic detours will be in place
Honoring those who served (Maggie Kulbokas photo)

From Dennis Police:

The Memorial Day Parade this year in Dennis will be held on Monday, May 29, 2017. The parade starts at the Wixon School on Route 134 at 9:30am. The parade will end at Town Hall at approximately 10:30. Please be advised detours will be in place. They are as follows:

South Bound Traffic from Rt. 134 will be detoured west on Setucket Rd., to Old Bass River Rd. South on Old Bass River Rd. to Bob Crowell Rd. Traffic will then be detoured east on Bob Crowell Rd. back to Rt. 134 South Bound.

North Bound Traffic from Rt. 134 will be detoured west on Bob Crowell Rd., to Old Bass River Rd. North on Old Bass River Rd. to Setucket Rd. Traffic will then be detoured east on Setucket Rd. back to Rt. 134 North Bound.

South Bound Traffic from Airline Rd. will be detoured east on Old Chatham Rd., to Depot Rd. in Harwich. South on Depot Rd. to Great Western Rd. west on Great Western Rd. to Upper County Rd. West on Upper County Rd. to Rt. 134

PARKING: Parking at the start of the parade will be at the Wixon School.

There will be minimal parking at Town Hall, as the parade will utilize much of the lot along Rt. 134. Please abide by the "Do not enter" signs restricting access to the rear of the police station, as only authorized vehicles allowed to the rear. Police vehicles and other emergency vehicles must have room to exit the station via the driveway as well. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation!


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