With the Stay at Home order poised to relax across the state, the Village of Oswego ‘care’-avan is heading out for one final trip this Friday, May 29, to connect with Oswego residents and show support for our community and its essential workers.
This week, the route heads to three different neighborhoods: Southbury, Prescott Mill, and Heritage of Oswego, passing by the senior residences at The Reserve at Oswego. The caravan will take off at 1 p.m. from Traughber Middle School, and includes vehicles from the Village of Oswego, Oswego Township, Oswego School District 308, and the Oswego Fire Protection District.
From Traughber Middle School, the caravan will turn right onto Colchester Drive, right onto Bloomfield Circle East, right back onto Colchester Drive, right onto Durham Lane, left onto Preston Lane, left onto Bower Lane, left onto Litchfield Way, right onto Mansfield Way, right onto Litchfield Way, right onto Southbury Boulevard, left onto Willington Way, and left onto Southbury Boulevard, ending at Wolf’s Crossing Road.
From Oswego East High School, the caravan will head east on Townsend Drive, turn left onto Chapin Way, left on Devoe Drive, right on Hawley Drive, right on Devoe Drive, left on Valentine Way, left on Devoe Drive, right on Chapin Way, left on Foster Drive, left on Parker Place, left on Chapin Way, and left on Townsend Drive, ending at Harvey Road.
Heritage of Oswego
From Farmington Lakes Drive, the caravan will turn right onto Heritage Drive, left onto Salem Circle, left onto Barnaby Drive, and then circle through The Reserve at Oswego, ending at Barnaby Drive and Douglas Road.
Residents are advised to watch from their own front porches and yards, stand at least six feet apart from others, and avoid gathering in groups to watch the caravan, which can jeopardize public health.
Residents can take additional steps to protect themselves, their neighbors, and our essential workers by wearing face masks and continuing to regularly wash their hands and routinely disinfect surfaces.
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