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Several Streets to Close on Wednesday for Yorktown Firemen's Annual Parade

The parade will begin on Moseman Avenue by St. Patricks Church and end on Commerce Street. Several streets will be closed from 6:45 p.m. until the conclusion of the parade.

Several roads will be closed Wednesday evening for the 's annual Fireman's Parade.

The . and kick off its annual five-day carnival that day. 

The parade will begin on Moseman Avenue by to Hanover Road. It will then turn north on Hanover Road to Underhill Avenue, following Underhill Avenue north onto Commerce Street. The parade will follow Commerce Street to Veterans Road and end at the Yorktown Heights Fire Department fairgrounds. 

To provide for the safety of parade participants and spectators the following roads will be closed from approximately 6:45 p.m. until the conclusion of the parade. 

  • Underhill Avenue between Hanover Street and Route 118 
  • Commerce Street between Route 202/35 and Underhill Avenue 
  • Veterans Road between Commerce Street and Maple Hill Street 
  • Kear Street at Underhill Avenue 
  • Downing Drive at Commerce Street 
  • Hanover Road between Moseman Avenue and Commerce Street 
  • Front Street at Underhill Avenue 
  • Richard, Church and Harwood Place at Hanover Road

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Linda Arditi June 20, 2012 at 03:14 PM
Can you tell me that since Yorktown is having the fireman,s carnival were will the farmers market be located for this Saturday or will it be cancelled. Thank you Linda Arditi
Plamena Pesheva (Editor) June 20, 2012 at 03:22 PM
Linda, thanks for your comment! Because of the carnival, there will be no Farmers' Market on Saturday, June 23.

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