Downtown road closures for Monday’s inauguration, parade

Downtown road closures for Monday’s inauguration, parade

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Montgomery police say a small set of intersections will be closed on Monday starting at 6:30 a.m. as officials shut down streets to form the inaugural parade route.

  • All of Dexter Avenue will be closed starting at 6:30 a.m. until the parade ends at 1:30 p.m. 
  • Streets within a two block radius of Dexter in all directions will also be blocked. That includes Madison Avenue through Adams Avenue
  • South Union Street at Adams Avenue should be avoided by downtown traffic except for those attending the inauguration ceremony or those with an official vehicle placard.
  • If you are a downtown resident or employee of a business that’s inside the parade perimeter, you will be allowed to pass through the barricades.
  • If you plan to attend the inauguration as a ticket-holder, take Union Street and you will be directed to the right parking spots. 

The parade will include the following participants

  • Governor Kay Ivey 
  • Auburn University Marching Band
  • Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth
  • Attorney General Steve Marshall
  • UA Million Dollar Band
  • Treasurer-Elect John McMillan
  • Commissioner of Agriculture Rick Pate
  • Alabama Watermelon Association, Miss Alabama Watermelon Queen 2018 
  • “Marching Sound of Gold” BB Comer HS from Sylacauga, Alabama
  • Secretary of State John Merrill
  • Auditor Jim Ziegler
  • Jefferson Davis High School Marching Band
  • Camden, Alabama - Mayor Max Baggett 
  • Wilcox County High School Representative Will Dismukes
  • Headland High School Marching Blue and Gold
  • Senator Malika Sanders Fortier 
  • Jemison High School Blue Regiment Band
  • Arab High School Marching BandCity of Stevenson
  • Andalusia High School Band 
  • Miss Alabama America, Mary Hall
  • Miss Indian Alabama
  • Briarwood Christian Marching Lion Band
  • Miss Alabama Teen, Callie Walker
  • Miss Alabama Outstanding Teen, Collins McMurray
  • Miss Alabama USA, Hannah McMurphy
  • Hillcrest High School Marching Band
  • Miss Senior USA, Sara Jo Burks
  • Miss Super Senior Universe, Sally Beth Vick
  • Leeds High School Marching Band
  • Miss Tuscaloosa’s Outstanding Teen, Mary Catherine Dulaney 
  • Miss Alabama Junior High, High School & Collegiate America Pageant 
  • Fayette County High School Band
  • American Legion Auxiliary Alabama Girls State
  • Distinguished Young Women of Alabama
  • Troy University Sound of the South
  • The Dogwood Trail Court
  • Mobile Azalea Trailmaids
  • Piedmont High School Blue Knights
  • Dallas County Republican Party
  • USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park
  • Hartselle High School Civil Air Patrol
  • Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, Paul Majerick
  • Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, Gary W Smith
  • Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, John Blumentritt 
  • Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, Cary Sutton
  • Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, Mark Raughton
  • Springville High School Band
  • 20th Special Forces (A) SORD Alabama Army National Guard
  • Guntersville High School Crimson Guard
  • Alabama Career Center System Mobile Unit
  • Jasper High School Band
  • Alabama Bicentennial Ambassador Bobby Joe Seales
  • Alabama Bicentennial Commission
  • Brindlee High School Band
  • (ALFA) Alabama Farmers Federation 
  • Alabama Cattlemen’s Association
  • Haleyville High School Roaring Lion Band
  • Wintzell’s Oyster House
  • Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC
  • Speaker Mac McCutcheon 
  • Sparkman High School Band 
  • US Space & Rocket Center Space Camp
  • Jacksonville State University Marching Southerners
  • Chilton County Peach Queens
  • Miss Chilton County Queens
  • Mobile County Sheriff’s Posse

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