The Greater Dayton RTA is detouring its buses as a result of a Klan group’s rally on Saturday, May 25, and Wright Stop Plaza will be closed between Friday evening and and Sunday afternoon. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
Photo: Staff Writer
Photo: Staff Writer

Which businesses, buildings and areas are closed for KKK rally in Dayton?

>> READ MORE: See complete listing of Dayton street closures for the KKK rally 

>> KKK rally in Dayton to disrupt bus service, library

So far, here is a list of what is closed. We will continue to add to the list as more information is available.

  • Ludlow Street, between Second and Fourth streets, and the intersection of Main and Third streets will be shut down on Thursday, May 23
  • All streets surrounding Courthouse Square will be blocked Friday, May 24 at about 7 p.m.
  • The Greater Dayton RTA will detour its buses because streets will be shut down during Saturday’s planned demonstrations. RTA buses will be detoured in downtown starting Thursday, when Ludlow St. closes. 
  • Wright Stop Plaza will be closed from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon. The RTA bus hub is expected to reopen Sunday afternoon.
  • The Dayton Metro Library’s flagship facility at 215 E. Third St. will be closed on Saturday because of safety concerns for patrons and staff
  • Monument Avenue near RiverScape MetroPark will close Saturday at 10 a.m.

>> MORE: Coming KKK rally in Dayton prompts flurry of protest training

Citizens can learn more about Saturday’s rally by the Honorable Sacred Knights of Indiana by visiting www.daytonohio.gov/may25.

>> Dayton police discuss Klan rally security; city urges people to stay away

>> Dayton mayor asks public to stay out of downtown during KKK rally

The Dayton Police Department also is asking the public to call 911 on Saturday if they see people in need of medical attention or other emergencies. 

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