Baltimore needs to peacefully celebrate the Ravens today

A day like this does not come about very often. Take it all in and be proud of the city of Baltimore and its football team. No matter what happens tonight we should all keep our cool and not get totally out of control. The police are very ready for any type of disturbance. Below is a copy of tonight’s “Super Bowl Strategic Plan for Canton Square and Fells Point.” Take note of the “command posts” and “staging areas” that are being set up. The police are clearly ready to round up numerous rowdy people if things get out of control.

GO RAVENS!!!


Subject:  Super Bowl Strategic Plan for Canton Square and Fells Point

 

 

Canton Square

 

Command Post and Staging Area

The Command Post will be located at S. Lakewood Ave. and O’Donnell St. directly behind the Safeway Store. The parking lot that houses the Safeway Store will be used as a staging area.

Taxi Pick-Up

 

Cabs will be allowed to pick up fairs on Kenwood Ave. @ O’Donnell St. Cabs will be directed to go North on Kenwood Ave.

 

No Parking

 

There will be “No Parking” signs placed in designated areas the Monday before the event. On the day of the event these areas will be inspected at 4pm. and a tow truck will be requested to relocate any vehicles left in the area. The relocation area will be 3201 Boston Street (Department of Public Works parking lot).

There will be parking restrictions in the following areas;

2900-3000 O’Donnell Street (O’Donnell Square) (both sides of the street)

1000 Potomac Street (both sides of the street)

1000 and 1100 S. Curley Street (both sides of the street)

 

Street Closures

 

Streets will be closed with the use of cones. “No Parking Signs” need to be posted in these locations with notification of street closures between the hours 4pm-1am

 

3000 O’Donnell West bound at S. Ellwood (1000)

1100 S. Curley North bound at Dillon (2900)

1100 S. Linwood North and South bound

1000 S. Linwood at Dillon (2900) North and South bound

2700 O’Donnell East bound at S. Kenwood (1000)

2900 Dillon and 1000 S. Curley South bound

1000 S. Decker at Dillon (2900) South bound

1000 Potomac South bound at Dillon (2900)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fells Point

 

Command Post and Staging Area

The Command Post will be located at Thames and Bond St. The parking lot located at Thames and Caroline will be used as a staging area.

 

Cab Stand

There will be two designated cab stands. To the west of the event, a cab stand will be established at Caroline and Thames. Cabs will be parked to go north on Caroline St. To the east of the event, a cab stand will be established at Ann and Thames. Cabs will be parked to go north on Ann St.

No Parking

There will be “No Parking” signs placed in designated areas the Monday before the event. On the day of the event these areas will be inspected at 4pm. and a tow truck will be requested to relocate any vehicles left in the area. The relocation area will be 3201 Boston Street (Department of Public Works parking lot).

There will be parking restrictions in the following areas;

700-800 Broadway St. (both sides of the street)

1600-1700 Thames Street (both sides of the street)

1600-1700 Lancaster Street (both sides of the street)

Parking Lot behind the Broadway Market.

Designated Parking will be in the parking garages at 800 S. Caroline St. and 900 S. Wolfe St.

Street Closures

 

Streets will be closed with the use of cones. “No Parking Signs” need to be posted in these locations with notification of street closures between the hours 4pm-1am

700 S. Broadway South bound at Aliceanna (1600)

1600 Lancaster East bound at S. Bond (700)

1700 Lancaster West bound at S. Ann (700)

1600 and 1700 Thames East and West bound

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About Adam Meister

Baltimore politics. The views of Adam Meister.
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One Response to Baltimore needs to peacefully celebrate the Ravens today

  1. Augie says:

    Reblogged this on No title necessary and commented:
    Who wins and who loses?, oh, not talking about “the game”…it’s “the aftermath.” Anyone have any predictions?

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