Numerous downtown streets will close July 12-14 for Kent Cornucopia Days. COURTESY PHOTO

Numerous downtown streets will close July 12-14 for Kent Cornucopia Days. COURTESY PHOTO

Downtown streets to close for Kent Cornucopia Days

6 p.m. July 11 to midnight July 14

  • Thursday, July 11, 2019 1:05pm
  • News

The city of Kent released road closures on Thursday for the 48th annual Kent Cornucopia Days that run Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14 on downtown streets. The parade is on Sunday.

24/7 closures:

6 p.m. July 11 to midnight July 14

• W Meeker St between Railroad Ave and 6th Ave

• W Harrison St between 2nd Ave N and 4th Ave N

• 2nd Ave between W Gowe St and W Smith St

• 1st Ave between Titus St and Smith St (library)

Sunday only closures:

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 14

• 4th Ave between W James St and W Willis St

• W Smith St between 1st Ave N and Lincoln Ave

• W Titus St between 3rd Ave S and 4th Ave S

• W Saar St between 5th Ave S and 3rd Ave S

• 5th Ave S between W Saar St and W Gowe St

• W Gowe St between 2nd Ave S to Railroad Ave

For event information, including an event flyer, visit the event page at

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