In order to safely accommodate the influx of visitors to the district during Miami Art Week, the Wynwood BID and City of Miami Police Department will temporarily convert NW 2nd Avenue, from 22nd Street to 29th Street, into a pedestrian-only thoroughfare from Friday, December 3rd, 2021 through Sunday, December 5th, 2021.
Miami Police will also be stationing traffic control officers at primary intersections along NW 29th Street, NW 20th Street, and North Miami Avenue, in an effort to ease the flow of vehicular traffic throughout the area.
We kindly ask that all deliveries and garbage pick-ups are coordinated with your respective providers to be concluded prior to the time of street closure.
Specific details on the street closure are as follows:
NW 2nd Avenue: will be closed to all Northbound and Southbound vehicular traffic between NW 22nd Street and NW 29th Street on Friday, December 3rd from 3:00 pm – 6:00 am, Saturday, December 4th from 2:00 pm – 6:00 am, Sunday, December 5th from 2:00 pm – 6:00 am.
NW 2nd Avenue: Eastbound and Westbound vehicular traffic between NW 22nd Street and NW 28th Street will be limited to Wynwood residents and employees during closure times.
Pay-By-Phone on-street parking will not be permitted at any time from Friday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 5th along NW 2nd Avenue between NW 22nd Street and NW 29th Street. Pay-By-Phone on-street parking will not be permitted at any time from Friday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 5th along the northbound lanes of North Miami Avenue.
Miami-Dade Transit buses and City of Miami Trolley will operate as normal on NW 2nd Avenue.
For a map of the closure, click here.
Mural Notification Form:
The Wynwood BID and City of Miami Police Department are committed to minimizing vandalism to private property during Miami Art Week. Wynwood property owners are strongly encouraged to proactively provide notice of upcoming mural art projects to the City of Miami Police Department to ensure that artists are not misidentified as trespassing when performing commissioned work. Please contact email@example.com should you have any questions or concerns. The City of Miami Police Department will be enforcing illegal graffiti violations. To complete the notification form, visit WynwoodMiami.com/Murals.