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Get Around

Upcoming Street Closings

We are committed to providing street closure and event notifications that may affect you or your business.

NOTE: Closure information reflects the City of Raleigh Special Events Office website and will be updated accordingly.

Hargett Street Closure

The following street is closed until further notice for construction:

Hargett Street between West and Harrington Streets

Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market

Date:  Every Wednesday from Wednesday, April 19 - Wednesday, October 11

Street closures:

The following streets are closed on market days from 6 am until 4 pm:

Fayetteville Street between Davie and Lenoir Streets

Note: The 500 block will remain accessible for local traffic only.

The Morning Times Market

Date: First Fridays

Associated Road Closures: 

The following streets will be closed from 6 pm - 11:59 pm on event days

Hargett Street between Fayetteville and Wilmington Streets

Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo

Dates: Sunday, May 7; Sunday, June 11; Sunday, August 6; Sunday, October 8

The following streets are closed on event days from 6 am until 11:59 pm:

Fayetteville Street between Morgan and Lenoir Streets

Hargett, Martin and Davie Streets between S. Salisbury Street and S. Wilmington Street

 

Note: The 500 block of Fayetteville Street will remain open for local traffic only.

 

Ray Price Capital City Bikefest

Fayetteville Street between Morgan Street and Lenoir Street and Hargett Street, Martin Street, and Davie Street between Salisbury Street and Wilmington Street from 6:00pm on 9-21-17 until 4:00am on 9-24-17.

The Astroturf will also be utilized during this time.

The following roads will be closed to facilitate motorcycle parking:

E. Lenoir Street between Fayetteville Street and S. Wilmington Street from 11:00am on 9-22-17 until 11:00pm on 9-23-17

W. Cabarrus Street between S. Salisbury Street and S. McDowell Street and Gale Street between Cabarrus Street and the southern entrance to the Cabarrus parking deck will be closed from 11:00am on 9-22-17 until 6:00pm on 9-24-17

W. Lenoir Street between S. McDowell Street and S. Dawson Street from 8:00am on 9-23-17 until 6:00pm on 9-24-17

NOTE: Marriott traffic will have access to the 500 block of Fayetteville Street via Lenoir Street.

Private Event

Blake Street between Wolfe Street and Martin Street will be closed from 2:00pm until 10:00pm.

La Fiesta del Pueblo

Fayetteville Street between Morgan Street and Lenoir Street, and Hargett Street, Martin Street, and Davie Street between S. Salisbury Street and S. Wilmington Street will be closed from 4:01am until 11:59pm on September 24. 

NC Pride at Night

S. Harrington Street between W. Morgan Street and W. Hargett Street will be closed from 6:00 pm on September 29 until 6:00 am on October 1.

The Hargett Street Bluegrass Festivities 2017

Hargett Street between Fayetteville Street and S. Wilmington Street will be closed from 6:00 am on September 29 until 11:59 pm on September 30.

2017 PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass

The following streets will be closed from 6:00 pm on September 28 until 7:00 am on October 1:

Fayetteville Street between Morgan Street and Lenoir Street

Hargett Street between Salisbury Street and Fayetteville Street

Martin Street, Davie Street, Lenoir Street, and South Street between Salisbury Street and Wilmington Street

Cabarrus Street between McDowell Street and Salisbury Street

Gale Street between Cabarrus Street and the south entrance to the parking deck

Lenoir Street between Dawson Street and McDowell Street.

Market Plaza, Exchange Plaza, and the Astroturf will also be utilized during this time. Note: Marriott traffic will have access to the 500 block of Fayetteville Street.