Downtown Roads to Be Closed for City of Dayton "Lights in Flight" Festival & Fireworks

Several downtown roads will be temporarily closed from Saturday, July 3, through early Sunday, July 4, to accommodate the City of Dayton's "Lights in Flight" festival (noon-10 p.m.) and fireworks display (10 p.m.) on Saturday, July 3, at RiverScape MetroPark and nearby areas.

 

Your best bet is to come downtown before 8 p.m. July 3, when additional roads will be closed for the fireworks.

Following are the scheduled street closures, provided by Five Rivers MetroParks and the City of Dayton Police Department.

Beginning 7 a.m. (or earlier) July 3 (until 2 a.m. July 4):

  • Monument Avenue from Jefferson Street to Patterson Boulevard

  • Monument Avenue between Patterson Boulevard and Sears Street (restricted to local traffic only)

  • Water Street (restricted to local traffic only)

  • St. Clair Street from First Street to Monument Avenue

  • Patterson Boulevard/Riverside Drive from First Street to White Allen Avenue

  • Harries Street from the parking garage to Monument Avenue

  • the Engineers Club entry/exit to Monument Avenue

 

Beginning 8 p.m. July 3 (in addition to the closures listed above):

  • Monument Avenue between Main Street and Jefferson Street

  • Monument Avenue between Webster Street and Patterson Boulevard

  • First Street between Main Street and Patterson Boulevard

  • Jefferson Street between Second Street and Monument Avenue

  • Patterson Boulevard between Second Street and First Street

  • St. Clair Street between Second Street and First Street

  • Harries Street between Second Street and First Street

  • Webster Street between Herman Avenue and Keowee Street (local traffic only during show)

  • the top of the exit ramp for South I-75 at Route 4 will be closed to Webster Street

  • the top of the exit ramp for North I-75 at Route 4 will be closed to Webster Street


More information on the Lights in Flight festival and fireworks show is available here.

For more downtown news and events, visit www.downtowndayton.org.