4th Of July Traffic Changes For Page and Horseshoe Bend

July 3, 2019

The Page Police Department has released the road closures, restrictions and detours for the 4th of July events going on throughout Page on Thursday, July 4th and throughout the July 4th weekend.

 

4th of July Parade Traffic Changes

 

 

Beginning with the Parade, from 6am to 11 am, South Navajo Drive will be closed from 6th Ave. to Lake Powell Blvd.

 

From 9:15am to 11am Lake Powell Blvd. will be closed from South Navajo Dr. to Vista Ave.

 

The parade will begin at 10am.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fireworks Show

 

 

The fireworks display is scheduled to begin at 9pm.

 

For the fireworks show, you will not be able to make left hand turns from highway 89 onto South Scenic View Road or from Clubhouse Drive onto N. Lake Powell Blvd. or From the Page Lumber parking lot onto South Lake Powell Blvd. Parking is not allowed along any state highway, and enforcement will be in place along Highway 89 during the fireworks.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horseshoe Bend

 

 

 

The traffic restrictions for Horseshoe Bend will be in effect from Thursday, July 4 through Sunday, July 7.

 

We have written an article about all the changes you can expect to encounter at Horseshoe Bend. You can read it here

 

Some things you will encounter over the 4th of July weekend include: 

  • Not being able to make a left-hand turn into Horseshoe Bend from Highway 89,

  • Barricades preventing parking along Highway 89, and

  • Oversized vehicles not being allowed into Horseshoe Bend.

There will be a shuttle provided which will cost $3 per person. The shuttle is located on Highway 98 at the overflow parking lot. We have provided shuttle times in our article about Horseshoe Bend traffic changes.

 

 

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