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Navigating Fiesta Bowl Parade road closures

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PHOENIX -

The Fiesta Bowl Parade will march through Phoenix on Saturday before the big game between Oregon and Kansas State on Sat., Dec. 29.

While parade-goers will be excited to see the floats, residents may be frustrated by road closures in the area.

The parade will start at Montebello Avenue near North Phoenix Baptist Church, continue south to Central Avenue, east on Camelback Road, south on Seventh Street and will finish at Montecito Avenue, north of Indian School Road.

Read the list of closures and restrictions below to find alternate routes ahead of time.

Bleacher construction will occur on Central Avenue from Bethany Home to Camelback roads from 6 a.m. on Wednesday through 7 p.m. on Friday. Two lanes, one southbound and one northbound, will be restricted during that time.

Street restrictions and closures for the Fiesta Bowl Parade:

Friday Dec. 28
7 p.m. - Central Avenue: Bethany Home to Camelback roads will be closed.
         - Bethany Home Road: Central Avenue to Seventh Street will be restricted
11 p.m. - Bethany Home Road: Central to Seventh Avenues will be closed

Saturday Dec. 29

6 a.m. - Central Avenue: Glendale Avenue to Bethany Home Road will be closed
         - Bethany Home Road: Central to Seventh will be closed
7 a.m. - Seventh Street: Camelback to Indian School roads will be closed
9 a.m. - Camelback Road: Seventh Avenue to 16th Street will be closed
         -Seventh Street: Bethany Home to Camelback roads will be closed
         -Missouri Avenue: Seventh Avenue to Seventh Street will be closed

Street re-openings for the Fiesta Bowl Parade:
At 4 p.m. on Saturday the following streets will reopen to normal traffic:
- Central Avenue - Camelback to Indian School roads
- Camelback Road - Seventh Avenue to 16th Street
- Seventh Street - Bethany Home to Indian School roads

Police officers will help with traffic control and business/resident access.

For more information:
phoenix.gov/streets

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