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Open Streets ICT closes 4.1 miles of Douglas Avenue to traffic, from Bluff Street in College Hill to Glen Street in the historic Delano District. Street closing will begin September 23 from 10am and will last until 6pm. Certain streets will remain open along the 4.1 mile route to allow for north and south bound traffic to cross Douglas. Those streets will be: Glenn, Seneca, McLean, Broadway, Washington, Hydraulic, Grove, Hillside, Roosevelt and Circle Drive.

Ultimately the Wichita Police Department will control the actual times of street closings and openings.

Please check back closer to the time of the event for a full map of all vendors + activities

What to do at Open Streets ICT?

Along the Douglas Avenue route, there will be many restaurants, businesses and organizations participating during Open Streets that you can stop by and enjoy. Stop by all 5 activity hubs along the route for a meeting place where all physical and fun activities will be. Each location will be doing something unique and fun only on September 23 from 12pm-5pm. Please check back closer to Open Streets for a full list activity locations.

There Will Be…

  • Fun + Games
  • Active Exercise
  • Music
  • Arts + Crafts
  • Food + Drink
  • Bike Services

What are Activity Hubs?

Activity Hubs at Open Streets ICT are nodes of active programming locations spaced along the Douglas Avenue route. They act as outdoor community centers and windows into their neighborhoods— where local residents, businesses and organizations can lead fun activities to engage with participants participants, build relationships and show them why their neighborhoods are great places to live, work and play.

Activity Hub Locations:

  • College Hill Park
  • Union Station
  • Kennedy Plaza at Century II
  • The Historic Delano Clock Tower

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