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Barricade schedule for this week

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Lafayette Police have released the schedule for barricade placement this week.

On Thursday, starting at 8 a.m., barricades will be placed by Public Works along the first half of the parade route from E. Simcoe St @ Jefferson St   to   E. Vermillion St @ Johnston St.  Partial Road closures will occur during that time.  

On Friday, starting at 8 a.m., barricades will be placed by Public Works along the second half of the parade route from Johnston St @ E. Vermillion  to  Cajun Field. Partial Road closures will occur during that time. 

On Saturday, the Children’s Parade rolls at 12:30 pm  and the Krewe of Bonaparte Parade rolls at 6:00 pm

The Children's Parade will start at Lafayette and West Vermilion Streets. The parade will proceed to Johnston Street.  It will turn right on Johnston Street and travel south until it reaches South College Road.  It will turn right onto N. College Road and go to Gate one at Cajun Field.  It will go into Cajun Field, ending near Gate five.

The Bonaparte Parade will start at Simcoe and Jefferson Streets. All streets leading to the parade areas will be closed by 5:30 p.m. or as crowd size dictates. The parade will go from Simcoe Street to Chestnut Street on Jefferson.  It will then turn right on Chestnut Street and go the Third Street. Third Street changes into West Congress Street. It will continue on West Congress Street to Lafayette Street.  It will turn left onto West Vermilion Street towards Johnston Street. It will turn right on Johnston Street and travel south until it reaches South College Road. It will turn right on North College Road and go to Gate One at Cajun Field.  It will go into Cajun Field, ending near Gate five.

Lafayette and West Vermilion Streets to Johnston Street will start closing at about 11:30 a.m. or as crowd size dictates.  Traffic will be allowed to cross West Vermilion as long as it is safe.   Johnston Street will be closed at 11:45 a.m. or sooner if necessary. The cross streets will remain open as long as possible.

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