UPCOMING DATES AND TIMES
LOCATION: Main Street from 21st Ave. to 3rd Ave.
The City of Longmont recognizes that cruising has been an important part of our heritage.
To honor this tradition and those who safely enjoy the practice, the City will lift its cruising ban on Main Street between 3rd Avenue and 21st Avenue on Saturday, July 27th, 2019 from 5-9 p.m.
The goal is for this to be a safe, family-friendly community event where everyone feels safe to cruise or watch for a few hours. In order to accomplish this goal, we want everyone to be aware of the important information and guidelines for Cruise Night:
All traffic laws will be in effect during Cruise Night, other than the cruising ban being lifted from 5-9 p.m. only.
Police presence and visibility will be increased along Main Street throughout the night.
Citations will be issued for illegal, dangerous or disruptive activity, including but not limited to: Burnouts, Excessive Speed, Excessive noise/revving, Excessive exhaust (“Rolling Coal”), Motorcycle wheelies, Public alcohol consumption, DUI, Unruly behavior, Continuing to cruise Main Street past 9 p.m., etc.
Alternate North-South routes are suggested for non-cruise traffic (Hover, County Line Road, etc.)
The cruising ban will be back in effect at 9 p.m.
We hope that this will be a safe, fun way for Longmont residents to enjoy cruising and spending the evening along Main Street. In order for this to be a successful evening and for future Cruise Nights to be considered, we need everyone’s cooperation to make sure all rules are followed and everyone stays safe.
To sign up for more information and updates about Cruise Night, text LOCOcruise to 888-777.
For questions, please contact Colin Argys at 303-651-8750 or email@example.com