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Community Center / May 4, 2017

As the final Half Iron Man triathlon event gets closer (it happens on Sunday), Christiansted Jump Up organizers are hosting a Jump Up event to mark the momentous race.

Below are the parking restrictions for the Jump Up, which happens on Friday night.

Effective Friday from 4:00 p.m. until the completion of the event, the following parking restrictions will be in effect:

  • No parking on King Street, or Company Street from King Cross Street to the Wharf Area.
  • No parking on Queen Cross Street from the intersection of Company Street to the Waterfront at the Caravelle Hotel.\
  • No parking on Church Street, between King and Company Streets.

Any vehicle found parked in the restricted areas may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.

Owners or drivers finding that his/her vehicle has been towed should contact the Ancilmo Marshall Command At 773-2530 for further information.

Vehicular Movement Restrictions

Vehicular traffic traveling eastward into Christiansted Town will be re-routed at King Cross Street. Vehicular Traffic Traveling westward on Hospital Street will be re-routed on Queen Street to proceed west.

The Virgin Islands Police Department regrets any inconvenience these changes or restrictions might cause.

The Virgin Islands Police Department wishes the community a safe and enjoyable “Jump-Up.”

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