A complete reference list of approved special events with street closures is available here. Visit the event links for maps of affected areas, alternative routes, street closures and event organizer contact information.
Please use this resource as a starting off place to begin your event planning. You should contact the project manager, engineer and/or applicant directly to get an idea of the scope of the work proposed. If you want specific contact information, our staff can provide further direction once your application for your event has been reviewed and accepted by the Austin Center for Events.
Pan around or zoom in and out to navigate the map and discover at a glance what streets may be affected due to upcoming events. Click on objects on the map to get more information. Click on "Legend" (top left) to view the legend for the map. This map is for informational purposes only and is subject to change without warning.
The map displays event routes and affected areas. It may not include all expected street closures. Click on the highlighted streets to get detailed information about specific events and expected closures.
CLICK HERE FOR A LARGER MAP (WITH TIME SLIDER)
The City’s Parking Division provides information about parking downtown, including parking meter enforcement times, a map of downtown parking lots and garages and even a mobile application to assist you in finding a downtown parking spot.
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