The 9/11 Heroes Run Shirlington will shut down a number of roads in the area on Saturday (Sept. 29).
The 5K race is being held to benefit Travis Mills, an Army staff sergeant who lost all four limbs to an IED in Afghanistan earlier this year. Registration for the race — $35 for individuals — is still open.
The race will start at 8:30 a.m. at the corner of S. Randolph and S. Quincy Streets in Shirlington Village.
In order to facilitate the race, the Arlington County Police Department will be shutting down a number of streets from about 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. Among them:
Westbound Four Mile Run Drive between Walter Reed Drive and George Mason Drive
Northbound Walter Reed Drive between Arlington Mill Drive and Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington Mill Drive between Walter Reed Drive and S. Quincy Street
All of the roads immediately surrounding Shirlington Village
Street parking will also be restricted in the area. Cars parked in areas marked as temporary ‘no parking’ will be ticketed or towed.