Hamilton public holiday road closures
The City of Hamilton advises the motoring public that there will be car park and numerous road closures in the lead-up and throughout the duration and break-down of Friday night’s Five Star Friday event in City Hall Car Park. The car park will be closed from 6:00pm on Thursday, June 14th and will not reopen until 6:00am on Sunday, June 17th. Dismont Drive will be closed from 6:00am on Friday, June 15th and will reopen at 6:00am on Sunday.
Wesley Street will close from 12:00pm on Friday, until 6:00am on Saturday. Church Street will be closed between Par-la-Ville Road and the Bus Terminal starting at 5:30pm on Friday and will reopen at 4:00am on Saturday morning. Commuters that are parked in PLV Car Park will be able to exit that car park and head westbound on Church Street after 5:30pm. Victoria Street will be closed between Washington Street and Wesley Street starting at 12:00pm and will reopen at 4:00am on Saturday morning. Reid Street will be closed between Burnaby Street and Queen Street from 5:30pm on Friday until 4:00am on Saturday and Queen Street will be closed from 5:30pm on Friday until 4:00am on Saturday.
As a result of the road closures there will be no parking on the affected streets during the times noted. Parking restrictions on lower Reid Street will be in place starting at 4:00pm on Friday. Motorists exiting from the Washington Mall parking lot will have access to Church Street.
Security personnel, diversion notices, signage and barricades will all be in place. The City apologizes for any inconvenience caused during these closures and restrictions and kindly askes the motoring public to exercise patience and understanding as the Bermuda Heroes Weekend celebrations get underway.
•Press release from City of Hamilton
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