Part of a road closure map for Surrey’s Vaisakhi Parade this weekend. (Photo: City of Surrey)

MAP: Road closures for Surrey Vaisakhi Parade this weekend

City of Surrey says closures set to begin on Friday, April 20 ahead of Saturday parade

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(Map from City of Surrey)

The City of Surrey is reminding the public of Vaisakhi-related road closures in effect this weekend.

The city says on Friday, April 20 there are curb-lane closures planned, starting at noon, from 76th to 87th Avenue along 128th Street.

Friday, April 20 road closures from 3 to 11 p.m.:

  • 129 Street between 87 Avenue and 88 Avenue
  • 130 Street between 86 Avenue and 88 Avenue
  • 87 Avenue between 128 Street and 130 Street
  • 85 Avenue east of 28 Street

Saturday, April 21 road closures from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.:

  • 128 Street between 88 Avenue and 76 Avenue
  • 75 Avenue/76 Avenue between 124 Street and 128 Street
  • 124 Street between 75 Avenue and 82 Avenue
  • 82 Avenue between 124 Street and 128 Street

Click here for detour routes.

Click here for more details on road closures.

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