Looking forward to the 5/3 Riverbank Run on Saturday morning. Whether you're running or watching, you'll want to be aware of road closures in and around downtown.

FRIDAY, MAY 10TH

  • 3:00pm - Ottawa from Michigan to Lyon
  • 6:00pm - Lyon between Ionia and Monroe Avenue
  • 7:00pm - Monroe Center between Monroe Avenue and Ottawa

SATURDAY, MAY 11TH

4:30am

  • Monroe Avenue between Michigan and Pearl (limited access to Government and Fifth Third parking lots until approximately 5:30am from Michigan Street)
  • Limited access through Pearl Street/Monroe Avenue intersection
  • EB lanes of Bridge Street between Monroe and Scribner
  • Ottawa from Pearl to Fulton

5:30am

  • Monroe Avenue between Pearl and Louis

6:00am

  • Ottawa from Pearl to Fulton
  • Pearl at Monroe Avenue

6:45am

  • All 5K course streets, including - Market to Cherry Street
  • US131 BOTH DIRECTIONS ramps at Pearl Street will be closed between 6:45am and 9:30am

7:45am

  • All 10K course streets
  • WB Wilson Avenue between 28th and Butterworth (City of Grandville) one lane
  • Butterworth between Wilson and Veterans Memorial Drive (City of Walker)

7:55am

  • All 10K course streets and the Market/Wealthy intersection
  • All downtown streets along the 25K course

Remainder of streets will be closed approximately 15 minutes before the lead participant of each event approaches.

Downtown streets that will remain closed until 12 noon

  • Pearl between Monroe Avenue and Ionia
  • Monroe Center between Monroe Avenue and Ionia
  • Louis between Monroe Avenue and Ionia
  • Fulton between Winter and Ottawa
  • Monroe Avenue between Michigan and Fulton

Monroe Avenue between Pearl and Michigan will open at approximately 10:30am.

On/Off Ramp Closings

  • I-196 at Market EB/WB ramps will be closed between 8am and 9:15am
  • US131 at Market NB/SB ramps will be closed between 8am and 9am
  • US131 at Pearl NB/SB ramps will be closed between 6:45am and 9:30am

A full list is available on the 5/3 Riverbank Run website HERE.

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