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St Patty's Pacer Run


Event Title: St Patty's Pacer Run
Date/Time: Thu, Mar 13th 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Downtown Holland

CITY OF HOLLAND
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER

Order No.  2014-T-0002           Effective Date March 13, 2014                                                      

(when official traffic control signs or devices conforming to this order are erected.)
In accordance with Section 18-16 of the Holland City Code, the following traffic regulations are issued:

On Thursday, March 13, 2014, the Police Department is authorized to regulate parking, traffic flow, the erection of signs & barricades, as necessary, and close streets & alleys during the hours of 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. during The St. Patty’s Pacer Run (Presented by Chemical Bank). Staging area will be on Central Ave. between 10th & 12th Streets.  Runners will follow posted route using Central Avenue, 6th Street, down to Windmill Island, Columbia Avenue & 13th Street returning to Centennial Park.

Special Instructions:

Sponsor will pay for Reserve Officer(s) and for police cruisers needed during the event.
All participants 12 yrs & under must be accompanied by an adult throughout the event.
Event sponsor will be responsible for the posting & removing of all signs and/or debris associated with the event.
Event sponsor will contact other organizations holding events along the route (if there are any) so as not to interfere with other venues.
No painting is allowed on the sidewalks or on the roadway.
HPD will be notified of cancellations/changes that may occur by contacting Sgt. Kender at 355-1122 during normal business hours.
Event sponsor may also provide volunteers at some intersections; volunteers shall wear a reflective vest.
Slow runners or walkers not able to keep up with the main body of runners must move to sidewalk and cross only at intersections obeying all traffic control devices.
Only sand bags can be used for tent(s).  NO stakes can be hammered into the road.

 Issue Date: 02-26-2014     Expiration Date:   March 13, 2014 8 p.m.                          

 Ryan Cotton 
 City Manager