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Henrico, VA--Two of Henrico's main roadways will be closed Saturday, July 14, due to President Obama visiting the area.
Mountain Road between
Purcell Road and Woodman Road will be closed between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Old Washington Highway will also be closed between Mountain Road and Peace Lane from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Read the following release from Henrico County Police for more information:
"Detour signs will be utilized to assist motorists with
identifying alternate routes. Residents who live inside the road closure areas
will be allowed access to and from their homes by the Police Officers who will
be posted at the road closure points.
Motorists attending the NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT at R. F.
& P. Park should utilize Staples Mill Road to access Mountain Road in order
to travel to R. F. & P. Park.
Motorists attending the AMATEUR SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION
TOURNAMENT at the Glen Allen Sports Complex should use Brook Road to Mountain
Road to access the sports complex.
More than 100 Henrico County Police Officers will be on duty
for the specific purpose of assisting with traffic and security for this event.
They will be posted at road closure points to provide direction and assistance
The Henrico Police Division will staff a Traffic & Event
Help Telephone Line from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday to provide residents
with traffic information associated with the event. The number to call for
assistance, if needed, is 804-501-4838.
Additional information, including detour routes, will be
posted on the Henrico County Police Web Page (www.henricopolice.org)."