• Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard + Cherry Street
  • Macon, GA
  • United States

Get excited for another opportunity to join us as we close the streets to cars and open them to YOU on October 7th! 

Maconites will experience nearly 2 miles of car-free streets on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (from the Ocmulgee River to the Industrial District) and Cherry St. (from Cherry Street Plaza to Bernd Park). Organized by Bike Walk Macon, Open Streets Macon is a car-free celebration of public space; bringing people together to walk, skate, bike, play, and re-imagine how we use our streets. Come and join, it's free! 

WHAT IS OPEN STREETS?
Open Streets programs, also known as Ciclovias, is a movement to activate people, strengthen businesses, and inspire public spaces by temporarily closing streets to cars. This is a free, regularly occurring program that offers Macon the opportunity to experience city streets in a whole new way, taking an active role in this global movement.

WHEN?
Sunday, October 7th from 2 pm to 6 pm

WHERE?
The route will connect 3 Macon neighborhoods, the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, and countless Macon landmarks, restaurants, and businesses via Cherry Street and Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard. View the route map here: http://bit.ly/2ErV2ZU.

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
1. Organize an activity on the day - we are seeking business and community partners to provide programming such as yoga, dance, basketball and kid- and senior-friendly activities along the route. Sign up at http://openstreetsmacon.com/activitypartners/.
2. Join the volunteer team - In order to make this a safe and enjoyable event for all, we need dozens of dedicated volunteers to help bring the streets of Macon to life. Sign up at www.openstreetsmacon.com/volunteer.

Read more about the initiative at www.openstreetsmacon.com.

Open Streets Macon thanks our partners! 
Main Street Macon, Macon-Bibb County Urban Development Authority, Macon-Bibb County Parks and Beautification, Macon Bibb County Recreation, and NewTown Macon

Open Streets Macon thanks our sponsors! Bike Tech MaconCommunity Foundation of Central GeorgiaMacon Magazine, and The Medical Center, Navicent Health