Palm Bay Police Traffic Advisory: Puerto Rican Day Parade Set For Sunday

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CLOSED TO TRAFFIC SUNDAY NOON UNTIL 4 P.M.

The Puerto Rican Day Parade will be held Sunday, November 6 in Palm Bay on Malabar Road.  The Parade starts at 2 pm.

The Puerto Rican Day Parade will be held Sunday, November 6 in Palm Bay on Malabar Road. The Parade starts at 2 pm.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Puerto Rican Day Parade will be held Sunday, November 6 in Palm Bay on Malabar Road.  The Parade starts at 2 p.m.

The Parade begins at Eldron Boulevard and proceeds west on Malabar Road to City Hall.  There will be a festival at Palm Bay City Hall immediately following the event.

Patrol officers will be assigned in the area to direct traffic around the event. Motorists should plan for traffic delays and consider alternate routes during this time.

The event will feature live bands, floats, marchers, dancing and food. Parade starts on Eldron Boulevard  heading west on Malabar Road.

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The parade starts at 2 p.m., ending with the free festival at Palm Bay City Hall.

Expect traffic delays for most of the day on Malabar Road.  Parade set up starts early on Sunday morning.

Palm Bay police advise to use Palm Bay Road and Jupiter Boulevard as alternate routes.

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