New look for Olde Town

Some streets closed to help restaurants, shoppers spread out

Posted 6/24/20

Beginning June 12, the Business Improvement District in conjunction with the city closed some portions of Olde Town streets to give businesses a jumpstart as the effects of COVID-19 continue. Signs …

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New look for Olde Town

Some streets closed to help restaurants, shoppers spread out

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Beginning June 12, the Business Improvement District in conjunction with the city closed some portions of Olde Town streets to give businesses a jumpstart as the effects of COVID-19 continue.

Signs now block off Grandview Avenue from Olde Wadsworth Boulevard to Webster Street and sections of Olde Wadsworth Boulevard from Grant Place to Grandview Avenue. With cars off the road, restaurants have expanded their outdoor seating into the street and pedestrians are better able to physically distance as they walk from store to store.

The closures are planned through Sept. 7.

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