Plymouth Police Traffic Advisory for November 18th

Thanksgiving Parade traffic information...

From the Plymouth Police Department:

The annual Thanksgiving Parade will be held on Saturday November 18, 2017.  The parade will form up on Court Street between Plimoth Plaza and Robbins Road and step off at 11:00AM.  The parade will proceed with no stops south on Court Street, to Main Street, and Main Street Extension, then to Water Street where it will end at the bottom of Cole’s Hill. 

There will be activities prior to as well as following the parade.  For this reason Water Street will be closed with NO PARKING between Brewster and Union Streets beginning at 7:00AM.  Water Street will remain closed until 4:00PM unless needs or conditions dictate otherwise.

There will be further parking restrictions on Court Street, Main Street, and Main Street Extension beginning at 7:00AM until the parades end.  There will be NO PARKING on both sides of these streets from Water Street to Samoset Street and NO PARKING on both sides of Court Street between Samoset Street and Lothrop Street.  In addition there will be NO PARKING permitted on Carver Street and Lincoln Street as well as restrictions on Allerton Street, Vernon Street, Russell Street, and Summer Street.

NO PUBLIC PARKING WILL BE PERMITTED AT NATHANIEL MORTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

GATRA is providing free shuttle service this year to all visitors from 8:00AM to 4:30PM.  They will run from the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds and District Court Parking Lots (50 & 52 Obery Street) to Lincoln Street.

Chief Michael Botieri


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