Generally, permits will not be granted to close collector or arterial streets. (Arterial streets would include, but are not limited to, streets such as Mainstreet, Jordan Rd., and Lincoln Ave. Collector streets would include, but are not limited to, streets such as Bradbury Dr., Clarke Farms Dr., J. Morgan Blvd., and Canterberry Pkwy.) If a complete closure of a local road or cul-de-sac is requested, the applicant must obtain the written approval of the property owners within the closure. Adjoining property owners have the right to object to the permit, if they feel the closure would be an unreasonable inconvenience regarding entry to their property.
In the event a temporary closure of a local road or cul-de-sac is approved, adequate barricades (to the Town’s specifications) must be provided by the applicant. If the event is for a nonprofit local road or cul-de-sac closure, the Town will provide traffic control devices. The applicant will be responsible for placement, maintenance and retrieval of the traffic control devices. Applicants must provide a complete detour and barricade plan, prepared by a certified Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS). Once the original detour/barricade plan is submitted, only Town-initiated changes may be made.
Applicants must maintain emergency access at all times.