‘Pedestrian Zone’ Outdoor Shopping and Dining Returning to Doylestown This Weekend

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The popular town will be bringing back a pandemic-era social program.

A popular town in Bucks County will soon see the return of a program designed to keep residents and visitors engaged with the community.

Doylestown Borough has announced the return of their “Pedestrian Zone” outdoor shopping and dining program, which will continue this weekend to the end of September.

The areas of West State, East State and North Main Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic from 5 PM – 11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays at various dates.

“Downtown parking is free after 5 pm on Fridays and Saturdays and available at the County Parking Facility at Broad and East Court for a modest fee,” the borough said online.

Here are the dates and locations of the Pedestrian Zone schedule:

  • April 14-15 West State
  • April 28-29 North Main
  • May 12-13 East State
  • June 9-10 West State
  • July 14-15 North Main
  • July 28-29 East State
  • August 11-12 West State
  • August 25-26 North Main
  • September 22-23 East State

Learn more about the program at Doylestown Borough.


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