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July 14th Mason Round Up Parade/Road Closings/Times
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 • Posted July 11, 2012

Persons wanting to attend the activities in the downtown area are encouraged to be parked before 9:45 a.m. Saturday morning. Streets will be closed to traffic!!

MASON ROOUND-UP PARADE STREET CLOSURES/HIGH TRAFFIC RE-ROUTING

Saturday, July 14, 2012

7:00 a.m. - Street closings for floats/car show entries.

Post Hill to Bryan, Bryan to Moody, Moody to Short, Post Hill and Schmidt

9:45 a.m. - Street closings for downtown parade

N. Spring and Fulton, Fulton and Broad, San Antonio and S. Live Oak, Short and Moody, Westmoreland and S. Robin, S. Robin and El Paso, El Paso and S. Pecan, N. Robin and Ft. McKavitt.

9:50 a.m. - Re-routing state highway traffic on city streets.

87 northbound turns west (left) on College Avenue to Ranch Road 1871, north (right) on Ranch Road 1871 to Avenue A, north (left) on Avenue A to US Highway 87.

87 southbound turns south (right) on Avenue B to Ranch Road 1871, south (right) on Ranch Road 1871 to Rainey Street, east (left) on Rainey Street to US Highway 87.

29 westbound turns south (left) on Post Oak Street to College Avenue, west (left) on College Avenue to Ranch Road 1871, north (right) on Ranch Road 1871 to Avenue A, north (left) on Avenue A to US Highway 87/29 West.

29 eastbound turns south (right) on Avenue B to Ranch Road 1871, south (right) on Ranch Road 1871 to Rainey Street, east (left) on Rainey Street to Post Oak Street, north (left) on Post Oak Street to 29 East.

Ranch Road 386 will be closed at Fulton Street, so traffic will have to go around the north side of town to one of the four streets in the cemetery/auction ring area to State Highway 29 (Llano Highway).

All streets and highways closed for the parade should be opened back up by 11:00 a.m. The streets in the float staging area (Post Hill, Bryan, Moody) will remain closed until all floats have had time to leave.

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