As the Wicked Halloween Run returns to downtown Plymouth this weekend with more than 5,200 participants, drivers should anticipate several road closures.
Closures will take place on Sunday morning between 6:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. This will cause traffic delays on Main Street, Farmer, Harvey, Penniman and Ann Arbor Trail, as examples.
In addition, residents should be aware that runners may be on the residential side streets and to please use caution when driving Sunday morning. Please observe race course marshals who will be located throughout each race course.
City Police recommend that drivers may wish to detour around the City by using either Sheldon Road or Mill Street as their north/south access. For east/west access the City Police recommend using Ann Arbor Road.
It is also anticipated that area hotels will be very busy on Saturday as a result of this race as there many of the runners who will be traveling a significant distance to participate.
The various races will start and finish in Downtown Plymouth’s Kellogg Park. The races will start in waves in an effort better manage the race course. Traffic and parking in Downtown Plymouth on Sunday morning will be extremely limited. Cross town drivers may wish to avoid the Downtown between 6:30 and 11 a.m.
Persons with additional questions should contact the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce at 734-453-1540 for more information.