Sheboygan Police Department reviewing safety plans for holiday parade

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SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WFRV)- Following the wake of the tragedy that struck the Waukesha Community on November 21, the Sheboygan Police Department wants the community to know safety is its number one priority.

The Department released a statement regarding the steps being taken to ensure the 29th annual Meijer Holiday Parade is fun and safe for everyone.

On Monday, November 22, the SPD commented on their Facebook that they are currently reviewing its safety plan for the annual parade.

The Department will be working alongside the Sheboygan Fire Department and the Department of Public Works to guarantee both traffic and pedestrian safety during the parade, just as they have in years past.

The SPD also comments on the tragedy that Waukesha is facing and also delivers a message of hope. Saying, “we share the grief.. that Waukesha now faces while holding firm to the belief that the community has the resilience to heal from it.”

The Sheboygan Jaycees presents the 29th annual Meijer Holiday Parade which is scheduled to kick off on Sunday, November 28, at 5 p.m. from the downtown area.

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