Handicap Accessibility

PARKING

  • City of Monroe Municipal Lot north of Stop N Go (one block north of downtown Square) – entire parking lot behind Stop N Go, Green County Historical Society Museum, and Monroe One Hour Dry Cleaners – designated as handicap parking for the ENTIRE WEEKEND. Display proper designation to avoid being towed.
  • "Armory Lot" (east of WI Bank and Trust) - located at corner of 9th Street and 18th Ave.  Designated as handicap parking SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.  Display proper designation to avoid being towed.
  • First National Bank Parking Lot (north of downtown Square) SUNDAY ONLY – open for handicap parking.  Display proper designation to avoid being towed.
  • Wisconsin Bank & Trust Lot (northeast of downtown Square) SUNDAY ONLY – open for handicap parking. Display proper designation to avoid being towed.
  • 900 block of 22nd Ave (by East School Park) Sunday only – Handicap Parking
  • 900 block of 24th Ave (by East School Park) Sunday only – Handicap Parking

SHUTTLE

Handicap accessible buses will be part of the rotation of buses providing transport from Orchid (350 - 21 St – directly west of the Historic Cheesemaking Center) to the downtown parking ramp.  $1 per person per trip.  Buses make continuous loops.

Shuttle Operation
Friday 5 – 11 pm (Runs between Orchid and Downtown Ramp)
Saturday 10 am – 11 pm (Orchid, Historic Cheesemaking Center, Downtown Ramp, Fairgrounds)
Sunday 10 am – 5 pm (Orchid, Historic Cheesemaking Center, Downtown Ramp)

 

PARADE VIEWING

  • Wisconsin Bank & Trust Lot (northeast of downtown Square).  Reserved for handicap parade viewing along the terrace and sidewalk.
  • First National Bank Parking Lot (north of downtown Square).  Reserved for handicap parade viewing along the terrace and sidewalk.
  • "Armory Lot" (east of WI Bank and Trust) at corner of 9th Street and 18th Ave - can view parade from lot.
  • Tents providing shade will be set up in East School Park - these areas are reserved for handicap and elderly.  Porta potties are available at this site as well as a small food stand operated by Boy Scouts.