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Pleasant Prairie Triathlon
The Village will host the Pleasant Prairie Junior and Adult Triathlons on June 22 and 23, with proceeds helping to support the Therapeutic Recreation program for individuals with special needs. The swim and run courses will be held entirely within Prairie Springs Park, however, on Sunday, June 23, athletes will bike through the Village. All bike route roads will be closed to through traffic only between 6:00 a.m. and noon (a map of the route is attached below as a PDF). State Highway 165 and 120th Avenue will close at 4:30 a.m.

Car traffic for businesses along the bike route will be able to travel on the closed roadways, provided extreme caution is exercised and the shortest route to and from your destination is used. For safety sake, please leash all outside pets adjacent to the bike route.

TRUCK TRAFFIC
Truck traffic should not use Highway 165 and will not be allowed to cross it during the closure. Truck traffic from businesses located south of Highway 165 should travel south to Russel Road to access I-94. Truck traffic from businesses located north of Highway 165 should travel north on 80th Avenue, east on 95th Street, north on Highway 31, then west on Highway 50 to access I-94. Roads will be marked with appropriate detours, and intersections will be monitored for safe bicycle and vehicle flow.

In addition to the bike route roads, the following roads will also be closed to through traffic:

Highway H (88th Avenue) between 95th Street and Highway ML (116th Street);
Highway 31 (Green Bay Road), both north and southbound lanes between Highway 50 and the State Line (except for truck traffic);
Cooper Road between 85th Street and 93rd Street; and
Highway 165 (104th Street) between 118th Avenue and 39th Avenue.

If you have questions regarding these road closures, please call the Pleasant Prairie Police Department at 262.694.7353. A map of the route is available below as a PDF.

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