St. Patrick's Day Parade Information

FROM DALLAS CITY COUNCILMEMBER PHILIP KINGSTON

INFO FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY Ÿ SATURDAY, MARCH 11

This flyer explains the initiatives the City is taking to limit the impact of the St. Patrick’s Day parade and party on our Lower Greenville neighborhoods. This is a result of a joint effort of Dallas Police, neighborhood residents, special events office, code, sanitation, parking enforcement, event sponsors, me, and others. Note that these events are privately sponsored and are not endorsed by the City of Dallas. 


                                                        

 

5K &

PARADE

 

5k Run:     8:00am-11am, 5200 Greenville→         Caruth Haven→ Southwestern→ Skillman→ University→ Greenville

Parade:     11am-3:00pm, from Wellons to SMU Blvd.   

Other:       Brew Fest at 5809 Greenville, Mavs Event at 5111 Greenville, Family Zone at 5646 Milton, Concert at 4925 Greenville from 12:00-8:00 pm. 

Police:      Police for traffic and crowd control, and other events.  (Primarily paid by sponsors.)

Traffic:     Southbound Greenville Ave. closes at 9am; other streets close at 10am.  Streets will reopen when police decide it’s safe.  Officers will direct traffic at Greenville and Mockingbird, and on both sides of Central service road from Mockingbird to Blackwell.

Trash:       The parade route must be cleaned up by 4:00 pm.  If not, Code will issue tickets.  There will be portalets available.

SPECIAL EVENT

PARTY

 

Time:        9am-8pm on Greenville Ave. between Vanderbilt and Vickery.  Streets close 7am-8pm.  Street sales of alcohol end at 6:30pm or earlier if DPD deems necessary.

Police:      8am-8pm:  Officers at event site and officers conducting neighborhood patrols.

                 8pm-3am:  Officers along Greenville north of Belmont and officers patrolling the neighborhood (all paid by sponsor).  Add'l on-duty patrol throughout day and evening.

Shuttles:   Shuttle from Mockingbird Station to Matilda/Greenville.  No alcohol or coolers allowed on shuttles.  Two DART officers will be at Station to monitor.

Alcohol:    No alcohol may be brought into event.  Police DWI squad will patrol and arrest for DWI.  Large "Don’t Drink and Drive" signs will be posted.  Taxi stands will be on Greenville.

Other:       Party is 21+ only—IDs will be strictly enforced.  City Fire Inspectors will monitor max. crowd size in event and buildings.  "Respect Our Neighborhood" signs will be posted.  Portalets and trashcans will be available.  Code & Parking Enforcement will patrol to cite violators. Clean Zone Task Force will be monitoring violations

AFTER THE PARTY

 

After the St. Patrick’s Day party, party-goers usually go to the bars on Lower Greenville.

Police:                  There will be on-duty officers along Greenville and Henderson from 8pm to 3am.

Parking:    Temporary "No Parking" signs will be installed in neighborhoods.  On streets with Resident Parking Only (RPO), those with the appropriate RPO placards will be allowed to park any time.  Towing of vehicles will be according to the following priority:  blocked intersections, blocked driveways, no parking zones. **Please note that ANY vehicle parked in a No Parking, No Standing zone or one that is creating a safety issue will be subject to towing at owner’s expense.

TO REPORT

PROBLEMS

 

Call 911 for police, parking, code, etc. problems.  From 9am-2am, police dispatchers will be instructed to forward all calls related to St. Patrick's Day in Lower Greenville to the police command post at Lee Elementary, located at 2911 Delmar Ave.

 


Street Closures

Street Closures