Darlington Street Closure Announcement: Saturday, September 26, 2015, 4pm to 10pm

Dear Neighbors,
On Saturday September 26, 2015 from 4pm to 10pm, the Squirrel Hill Night Market will be held across two blocks on Murray Avenue from Forbes Avenue to Bartlett Street. During this time, Murray Avenue will be closed to vehicles starting from the south end of Forbes and Murray intersection to the north end of Murray and Bartlett Street. No vehicles will be allowed to pass through Murray Avenue from Darlington Street, heading east. If you are a resident living east of Murray Avenue on Darlington, you can enter/exit via Shady Avenue. If you are a resident living west of Murray Avenue on Darlington, you may enter via Wightman Street and exit via St. Edmund’s between their building and the JCC and onto Forbes Avenue.

We ask all residents to plan alternative routes and reschedule deliveries as needed. Please communicate this information to your guests, vendors and tenants. Vehicular traffic from Darlington and Shady will be restricted to only residents for this one evening.

Dar Night MarketDriving Restrictions and Reminders:
Traffic entrances to your home will be limited. Port Authority will be rerouting buses to Shady and Bartlett. Please adjust your travel plans to and from your residence during this period.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this will cause you, our neighbors and residents, as it requires some temporary street closures and detours. We hope you will come out, have some fun and celebrate the beginning of fall with family and friends at this year’s last Night Market in Squirrel Hill!

For more information, please contact Marian Lien at the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition (mlien@shuc.org or call 412-422-7666).

Download this map and notice:

Darlington Street Closure_Night Market

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