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Posted on: May 31, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Road Closures: 2022 Run For The Animals

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The 2022 Cosley Zoo 5K/10K Run for the Animals will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022.

Roads temporarily closed from approximately 6 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. include:

  • Main Street - between Seminary Avenue and Hawthorne Blvd;
  • West Street - between Oak Avenue and Northside Park;
  • Seminary/College Avenue - between Hale Street and President Street;
  • Union Avenue - between West Street and Scott Street;
  • Franklin Street- between West Street and Scott Street;
  • Lincoln Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Jefferson Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Madison Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Harrison Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Harrison Avenue - between Howard Street and Cherry Street;
  • Forest Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Oak Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Prairie Avenue - between West Street and Main Street;
  • Thomas Road - between Papworth Street and Darling Street;
  • Armbrust Avenue - between Papworth Street and Darling Street;
  • Papworth Street - between Armbrust Avenue and Thomas Road;
  • Wakeman Avenue - between Main Street and Santa Rosa Avenue;
  • Cadillac Dr - between Santa Rosa Avenue and Webster Avenue;
  • Webster Avenue - between Cadillac Dr and Forest Avenue;
  • Webster Avenue - between North Path and University Place;
  • Forest Avenue- between Howard Street and Webster Avenue;
  • Howard Street - between Forest Avenue and Harrison Avenue;
  • Howard Street - between University Place and College Avenue;
  • University Place - between Howard Street and Webster Avenue.
  • Cherry Street - between Harrison Avenue and North Path.
  • North Path - between Cherry Street and Webster Avenue.

These streets will be staffed with uniformed Police Officers to assist and direct traffic during this time.

Residents, citizens, and motorists are being asked for their cooperation in not moving the barricades to ensure the safety of the runners.

Motorists may experience temporary traffic delays and choose to alter their travel routes to avoid these areas.

See a map of these closures
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