CLEVELAND - The Browns are getting ready to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles Friday night, and Cleveland police announced parking advisories for the game.
Parking restrictions and prohibitions are put into place for each Browns home football game in downtown Cleveland.
Police recommend fans going to Friday’s night game avoid using Mall C to get to Browns stadium, due to the Medical Mart construction.
Police suggested fans use West 3rd Street or East 9th Street as alternative routes.
Parking restrictions are put into place three hours before each game and two hours after the game is over. Fans can look for bright neon signs attached to poles and parking meters in areas affected by the restrictions.
Police can ticket and tow anyone parked in violation.
More game information can be found at: www.clevelandbrowns.com
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