ACHD Closes Multiple Roads for Pride Events 

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  • Ada County Highway District


Beginning at 6 p.m. June 17, the Ada County Highway District closed off Bannock Street between Sixth Street and Capitol Boulevard and Capitol between Bannock and Jefferson streets. They were the first of several road closures scheduled to accommodate Boise Pridefest.

The annual Pride rally begins at 11 a.m. on the steps of the Capitol Building followed by the Pride Parade at 11:30 a.m. June 18. The following roads will be closed to traffic 10 a.m.-7 p.m. today:
  • Fourth and Fifth streets between Idaho and State streets
  • Sixth Street between State and Bannock streets
  • Bannock Street between Third and Ninth streets, including Capitol Boulevard
  • Capitol Boulevard between Bannock and Jefferson streets
  • Jefferson Street between Eighth and Ninth streets
ACHD will also close the following streets in Meridian for the Color Rally, which begins at 9 a.m. June 18:
  • E. Washington Avenue between Second and Fifth streets
  • E. Carlton Avenue between Meridian Road and Fifth Street
  • Meridian Road between E. Carlton and E. State 
  • N. Main Street between E. State and E. Pine 
  • E. Third Street between E. Carlton and E. Broadway 
  • E. Broadway Avenue between Meridian Road and E. Third Street
Lane restrictions will also be in effect along Fairview Ave. east of Cloverdale Road for gas main work.
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