September 28, 2018
For Immediate Release
Streets Closed Starting October for Movie Filming
SAVANNAH, GA (September 28, 2018) — Roads and sidewalks surrounding Reynolds Square, Greene Square and Forsyth Park will be closed starting Monday to accommodate movie filming in downtown Savannah. Some roads and sidewalks will be completely closed, others will be closed intermittently for 2-3 minutes at a time. (See maps below for additional information.)
In Greene Square, some roads will be closed completely October 4-6 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., other will be closed intermittently for 2-3 minutes at a time.
- East York Street between Price Street and East Broad Street will be CLOSED.
- Houston between East York Lane and East President Street will be CLOSED.
- Houston between Oglethorpe Avenue and East York Lane will be CLOSED to pedestrians.
- Green Square will be CLOSED to pedestrians.
- Intermittent road closures will occur on Westbound East State Street at East Broad Street, Westbound East President Street at East Broad Street, Southbound on Houston Street at Broughton Street.
In Reynolds Square, some roads will be closed completely October 4-8 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., other will be closed intermittently for 2-3 minutes at a time.
- Bryan Street from Abercorn Street to Lincoln Street will be CLOSED
- St. Julian Street from Abercorn Street to Lincoln Street will be CLOSED
- Abercorn Street from Bryan Street to Congress Street will be CLOSED
- Abercorn Street from Bay Street to Bryan Street will be CLOSED.
- Intermittent road closures will occur on Bay Lane, St. Julian Street, Congress Street, Broughton Street, Drayton Street and Lincoln Street.
In Forsyth Park, intermittent road closures in 2-3 minute intervals will occur from 8:00 p.m. October 5 to 5:00 a.m. October 6 on the following streets:
- East and Westbound traffic on Gaston Street between Whitaker Street and Drayton Street.
- Pedestrian intermittent closures will affect the Northside of Forsyth Park between Hall Street and Gaston Street. (including the Forsyth Park Fountain)
All residents and businesses in the area were notified by letter in early August and again earlier this month about the closures.