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Manhattan Beach Street Closures for Holiday Fireworks Festival

Dec 11, 2014 12:50PM ● By DigMB Staff

The Manhattan Beach holiday fireworks will be held on Sunday, December 13.

With the 26th Annual Manhattan Beach Holiday Fireworks Festival set for Sunday, city officials and event organizers are busy preparing for the event!

The following streets will be fully closed for the event (which is part of the fun since folks congregate on the street with beach chairs, blankets and food):
  • Manhattan Beach Boulevard between Pacific Avenue and Ocean Drive
  • Highland Avenue between 9th Street and 15th Street
  • Manhattan Avenue between 9th and 15th Street
  • Ocean Drive between 8th Street and 12th Street
Parking will also not be allowed on Sunday, Dec. 14 from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. in the following spots:
  • Both sides of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between The Strand and Manhattan Avenue
  • The entrances to the four pier parking lots
  • The motorcycle parking areas on the west side of Ocean Drive north and south of Manhattan Beach Boulevard
  • The bike racks at the base of the pier
Parking will shut down in the following location on Sunday from 12 noon to 11 p.m.:
  • Both sides of 13th Street between Morningside Drive and Valley Drive.
Parking will not be allowed on Sunday from 2 to 11:00 p.m. in the following locations:
  • Both sides of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between Manhattan Avenue and Valley Drive
  • The north side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between Ardmore Avenue and Fisher Street
  • Parking will not be allowed on Sunday from 3 to 11:00 p.m. in the following locations:
  • Both sides of Manhattan Avenue between 9th Street and 12th Street
  • The south side of 9th Street between Highland Avenue and Manhattan Avenue
  • The Civic Center parking lot on 15th Street
Beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday, the city will remove illegally parked vehicles, including bicycles, and will barricade Manhattan Beach Boulevard at Manhattan Avenue, and Ocean Drive at 11th and 12th streets. Bike riders will be asked to “Walk Your Bike," with signs posted north and south of the pier.

The city's Public Works department staff is posting “Tow - Away, No Parking, Holiday Fireworks Festival” signs starting today (Thursday, Dec. 11) to give the community advance notice.

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