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Ashland Police Prepare for Halloween


News Release from Ashland Police Dept.
Posted:October 26th, 2018 2:46 PM

On 10/31/18, the Children’s Halloween Parade will be taking place in Ashland. The Parade will begin at 3:45pm in front of the Ashland Public Library and will move west along East Main Street toward the Plaza. East Main Street between Gresham Street and Water Street will be closed from 2:30pm to 6:00pm. Lithia Way will be set up for two way traffic needs within the downtown corridor.
Each year, the downtown nightlife swells in size as citizens from across the valley celebrate Halloween. Due to this increase, the Ashland Police Department will be joined by police personnel from surrounding agencies to monitor all evening activities within the downtown area. Enforcement will be strictly administered when police observe acts such as disorderly conduct, public intoxication, consuming alcohol in public, open containers of alcohol in public, curfew, illegal drug use or any other violations of state law and municipal code.
The City of Ashland Police Department hopes everyone will have a safe and enjoyable Halloween.

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Deputy Chief Warren Hensman
541.482.5211 Police Department

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