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Street closures related to the Naperville Sprint Triathlon


Triathlon takes place at 7AM on Sun., August 5

The City of Naperville reminds residents and interested parties of the upcoming street closures and parking restrictions that will be in effect throughout the Naperville Sprint Triathlon taking place at 7AM on Sun., August 5.

The triathlon starts and ends at Centennial Beach near downtown Naperville, with the event consisting of a 400-meter swim, 22-kilometer bike and 5-kilometer run. A color-coded map of the race route, times and locations of street closures, parking restrictions and tow-away zones is available atwww.naperville.il.us/walkrun.aspx.

The triathlon route streets will be closed beginning at approximately 6AM and remain closed until approximately 11:30AM. The race route only will be a no parking, tow zone from 5AM to noon on that day and notice will be posted accordingly. The streets of the race route are re-opened to vehicular traffic and the no parking, tow zone signs removed as soon as the Naperville Police Department determines it is appropriate based on public safety.

For more information on parking in downtown Naperville, including details on accessible parking locations, visit www.naperville.il.us/downtownparking.aspx. Motorists should expect delays throughout the morning hours in and around the race area and take alternate routes or allow extra time to get to their destination.

More information on the Naperville Sprint Triathlon is available at www.napervilletri.com. For those who are participating in the event, please be aware that there is no race day registration or packet pick-up. Packet pick-up is available at the Naperville Running Company, 34 W. Jefferson Ave., from 12:30 to 7PM on Fri., August 3 and from 10:30AM to 5PM on Sat., August 4.
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