Everything You Need To Know About Attending “4th on Flagler.”
Scroll down to download and print the maps with all the information!
June 28, 2013
(West Palm Beach, FL) – When are the roads closing? Where can I park? How do I get out of downtown when it’s over?
Fear not! This is your one-stop shop for all the answers. Below are three maps to help you enjoy “4th on Flagler.”
The first is a map of all available city parking, including information on costs.
Did you know there are 4,500 city-operated spaces just in the downtown area (and that doesn’t include private lots!)
The second map shows important traffic information once the fireworks are finished. There will be some restrictions if you’re heading out on Banyan Boulevard and if you’re trying to access westbound Okeechobee Boulevard.
After the fireworks, if you’re heading out on Banyan Boulevard, you will not be able to make a left turn until you reach Australian Avenue. This is to reduce congestion and keep cars moving on Banyan Boulevard.
You also won’t be able to get onto westbound Okeechobee Boulevard from Australian Avenue. If you need to travel west and you’re on Australian Avenue, you will need to either go north to Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, or south to Belvedere Road.
In addition, Olive Avenue between Clematis Street and Fern Street will be a SLOW drive. Police officers will be frequently holding traffic to allow pedestrians to cross Olive Avenue once the show is over.
The last map covers the road closures leading up to the celebration, so you can plan ahead if you’re traveling downtown the day before.