Streets Alive! Set Up Info, Locations
Rules Reminder


Streets are closed but participants should watch for vehicles, children, pets and other normal hazards. Streets Alive! is not held liable for participants' failure to be watchful. No weapons. No smoking.



Take care on the streets and sidewalks; watch for others. Dispose of litter and pet waste in responsible ways.



Use family-friendly language; be considerate of others.



Please recycle in the bins along the route.

Thanks to
Streets Alive! Sponsors

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
Foreman Foundation
KX 96.9 Radio
Lincoln Industries
Lincoln Journal Star
Nebraska Medical Association
Uprise Design
Whole Foods
10 Health TV
55+ Senior Newspaper
Complete Weddings + Events
Great Plains Trails Network
Holmes Murphy & Associates
Lincoln Lancaster County
Health Department
Main Mix Audio
UBT - Union Bank & Trust
Waddell & Reed
 Route Sponsors
Great Plains Bicycling Club
Nebraska Safety Council/WorkWell
RD Lawn & Tree Service
South Lincoln Dermatology Clinic

Exhibitor Information
Set Up, Parking, Booth Locations
When to Arrive, How to Get to Your Spot 
Exhibitors  should set up between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm.  During this hour, you are able to drive your car closer to your assigned booth area to unload for the event. Volunteers will be available to help you.  After 12:30 pm ,  you will not be able to drive on blocked off streets. 



Find a list of parking lots and what streets will be closed off after 12:30 PM below.


Staffing Your Booth, Booth Locations

Please staff your booth for the entire event - as visitors will come and go throughout the day. Otherwise, you'll miss a great promotion opportunity!  


View or download a map with exhibitor locations listed alphabetically

View or download a map with exhibitors listed by location number


More questions, visit our FAQ page.


Performer/Fitness Information

Set Up, Parking, Performance Locations
When to Arrive, Performance Locations
Entertainers will have 15 minutes before their performance and 15 minutes after their performance to set up and take down unless other arrangements have been made.  The stages will be ready, so both should be minimal. There will be volunteers staffing information booths near your stage to assist you if you have any questions.  
More questions, visit our FAQ page.
Where to Park 
Find a list of parking lots and where streets will be closed off after 12:30 PM below.
Food Vendor Information


Set Up Time, Location, Parking
When to Arrive
Food vendors and farmer's markets can unload and set up in the "food court" in the City Impact parking lot at No. 33th and Apple Streets between 11:30 AM and 12:30 PM on the festival date.  View or download a route map here.  More questions, visit our  FAQ page.
Where to Park 
You will park in the City Impact lot where you are set up. A list of what streets will be closed off after 12:30 PM is below .
Parking Info
Clinton Elementary (No. 29th and Holdredge Streets)
Christ United Methodist Church (No. 33rd and Starr Streets)
Peter Pan Park (No. 33rd and W Streets)
Idylwild Park  (
Apple Street-south of the park & Idylwild Dr-section east of the park will be open forexhibitor parking. There will be a blockade at Idylwild Dr and Apple St, so if you need to leave for an emergency an LPD officer is ready to safely help you depart.)
Lincoln Zomi Church parking lot at No. 30th and Starr
Hyland Business Park (N. 33rd and Overland trail - across from the City Impact Bldg.)
Starr St between No. 30th St. and Idylwild Dr,
No. 29th St., Clinton St. to Holdrege
No. 30th St. from the mopac trail to Apple St., to Holdrege

Idylwild Drive to No. 35th St
Please note: Holdrege & No. 33rd Sts. will NOT close down, but will have crossing monitors available to help visitors cross safely
What we do:
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln (PHL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and fitness of our community. We collaborate with other organizations on joint projects to improve health by increasing physical fitness, promoting good nutrition, supporting breastfeeding, and improving cancer screening rates.
Our work includes improving health and wellness policies, conducting community level research, and evaluation of the success of local health initiatives. 
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln
4600 Valley Rd, Ste. 250 , Lincoln, NE  68510
Office: 402-430-9940     Fax: 402-483-4802      Email: