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Parking plan and Lambert Lane restrictions for The Wall that Heals, March 15-18


On March 15-18, 2018, Oro Valley’s Riverfront Park will host The Wall that Heals, a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, which will be open 24 hours per day. Due to the anticipated volume of traffic and visitors for this event, lane restrictions will be put into place to accommodate overflow parking needs along Lambert Lane.

March 8, 2018

The outside lanes and shoulders of both east- and west-bound Lambert Lane will be closed to traffic and available for parallel parking. Through-traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction (inside lanes), from approximately Highlands Drive to Camino Rosas Nuevas.

Traffic markers and control devices will be in place to separate travel lanes from the parking areas. The Oro Valley Police Department will have personnel on site to assist with park entrance and pedestrian crossing.

Roadside parking will only be permitted in marked areas. Please note that any vehicles blocking driveways in adjacent neighborhoods will be towed.

All motorists are urged to drive with caution to ensure the safety of pedestrians during the event. Pedestrians should utilize marked crosswalks when crossing Lambert Lane.

Peak visitation hours will be in the late afternoon, which could mean additional congestion and increased walking distance to the event. Those wishing to avoid the rush should consider visiting in the morning and early afternoon.

For complete details on this event, please see the official press releases issued by The Wall that Heals on February 24, 2018:

Jonathan Green
Road Captain, American Legion Riders chapter 132, Oro Valley, AZ

OVPD Officer Steve La Veau