Issued August 30th, 2021
In preparation for the 20th Annual Hooley on the Hudson, held on Sunday, September 5th, and in the interest of assuring the safety of all residents and visitors to this area, certain traffic restrictions will be in effect.
Therefore, I, Steven T. Noble, Mayor of the City of Kingston, by the power vested in me by the Charter of the City of Kingston declare:
There will be no parking on the following streets/areas on Sunday September 5th, 2021, from 4am until midnight on Monday, September 6th, 2021:
Abeel Street from Broadway to Wurts Street- both sides; Post Street from Abeel Street to West Union Street- both sides; Broadway from Spring Street to East Strand- both sides; West Strand from Broadway to Dock Street; Dock Street from Broadway to the West Strand Parking lot; Dock Street Parking lot- first six rows. East Strand from Mariner’s Harbor to the Maritime Museum- both sides; Parking lot under bridge by the Hudson River Cruises.
From 4:00am Sunday, September 5th, 2021 to midnight Monday, September 6th, 2021, there will be No Parking on the right side of Garraghan Drive from Broadway to Koenig Boulevard/Route 9W to allow shuttle busses to discharge and pick-up patrons who will be attending this event. The shuttles will also be stopping at the entrance to the Hudson Valley Maritime Museum lot.
The following streets will be closed to traffic on Sunday, September 5th, 2021, from 8:00am to midnight:
Broadway from Spring Street to East Strand; West Union Street from Post Street to Broadway; Dock Street from Broadway to West Strand Parking lot; East Strand from Broadway to the Maritime Museum.
In addition, there will be No Parking in the first row of parking spaces in the municipal lot under the bridge for setting up stages for entertainment during the event. Also, the Kingston Trolley will be allowed to operate up to the main entrance of the Maritime Museum.
Steven T. Noble