Friday, November 8, 2013
Several streets close Saturday for Frisco Community Parade
Main Street specifically will be closed from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
FRISCO Main Street will be closed between World Cup Way and Dogwood Street on Saturday, November 9, between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for the Frisco Community Parade. In addition, Frisco Street will be closed between Technology Drive and Main Street during the same time.
During the closure, traffic will not be able to travel through downtown Frisco on Main Street and will not be able to cross from one side of Main Street to the other. Eastbound through traffic on Main Street should take Dallas Parkway north to Eldorado Parkway or south to Stonebrook Parkway to go around downtown. Westbound through traffic should take Preston Road north to Eldorado Parkway or south to Stonebrook Parkway. Only local traffic will be allowed on Main Street between Preston Road and Dogwood Street.
Parade spectators will be limited to parking north or south of Main Street depending on how they approach downtown. No side street traffic will be able to cross Main Street between Frisco Street and Dogwood Street.
Traffic heading to Frisco Square or the Frisco Public Library should approach the area from the west or from Dallas Parkway. Use southbound Dallas Parkway and turn left onto Main Street and then turn right onto World Cup Way; or use northbound Dallas Parkway and turn right onto Page Street.
Traffic heading to Fieldhouse USA or the businesses located on John W. Elliott Drive or Technology Drive will need to detour so that they approach the area from the north. Eastbound traffic on Main Street will need to turn left onto World Cup Way and then turn right onto Technology Drive, which provides access to John W. Elliott Drive. Westbound traffic will need to take Eldorado Parkway and turn left onto Frisco Street and then turn left onto Technology Drive.
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