AHHS Howdy Parade - Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Written by Rick Pruitt, Police Chief - City of Alamo Heights on .

The Alamo Heights High School 2015 Howdy Parade will be kicking off on Broadway at Albany at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 14th, 2015. The parade will continue north on Broadway to East Castano where it turn east into the 100 block East Castano to disassemble.

Broadway will be closed to all traffic beginning at 3:50 p.m. on parade day. At that time all northbound Broadway traffic will be detoured onto Montclair Avenue and southbound Broadway traffic will be detoured onto Tuxedo Avenue. VIA buses will also be detoured from their bus stops on Broadway until the road is re-opened to traffic. The parade is expected to be totally off Broadway no later than 5:00 p.m. at which time Broadway will be re-opened to commuter traffic.

Additional roadways will be closed at 3:15 p.m. for parade participant staging. Those roads are :

Townsend Avenue from Cambridge Oval to Broadway; and

Ogden Lane from Broadway to Townsend Avenue (customers for Local Coffee, Bike World and other businesses in this area will be allowed access to parking spaces on Ogden Lane during the period the road is closed)

During the time Broadway is closed, customers for the Broadway Pharmacy and stores in the Top of Broadway Center (6100 Broadway) will be provided access to their parking area from the 100 blk. of Albany, Montclair or northbound Broadway.

All parade participants shall enter the staging area on Townsend from Cambridge Oval. All side streets between Cambridge Oval and Broadway will be closed to through traffic.

Rick Pruitt, Police Chief

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