UPDATE ~ FREE parking, shuttle service, overflow and traffic information for Friday’s big game!
Fans Encouraged to Arrive Early Carroll hosts Cedar Hill in a Class 6A Division II bi-district playoff at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Dragon Stadium. A sellout crowd is expected and fans are encouraged to arrive early. Cedar Hill is a two-time defending state champion and the two teams have met four times in the playoffs and the series is tied 2-2. Gates open at 6 p.m.
Free Shuttle Service
Free Shuttle Service Offered Free shuttle service will be offered from Dawson Middle School to Dragon Stadium. This is an updated shuttle location from Tuesday afternoon. The shuttles will start running at 5:30 p.m. and the drop off/pickup spot will be on the southwest side of the stadium. One shuttle will be available during the game. Shuttles will start return service midway through the fourth quarter and will continue until one hour following the game. Parking for the shuttles will be in the back of Dawson and fans can enter the school from the north entrance off Kimball.
Dragon Stadium Parking Free
Parking at Dragon Stadium will be free. The Dragon Zone Auction parking area will not be available for the playoff game. Dragon Zone Auction parking is designed for regular season games only. Also, fans are encouraged to car pool to help provide more available parking spots.
Overflow Parking Available
Overflow Parking Available Around Stadium Additional parking around Dragon Stadium will be available for home and visiting fans attending the game. Businesses on Kimball Avenue that have been approved for overflow parking include Trinity, Variosystems, Legends office buildings and St. John’s Church. Click here to view a map of the approved overflow parking available.
Dragon Stadium Tailgating Area In order to maximize home-side parking, tailgating Dragon fans are encouraged to use the designated tailgate area. The tailgate area will include multiple rows located on the far east side of the home parking lot.
It’s football playoff time! Are you ready? The Southlake Police Department is and we’re offering a few tips to help make your experience a safe and enjoyable one.
As you probably know, the first playoff game between the Southlake Carroll Dragons and the Cedar Hill Longhorns is this Friday evening November 13th at 7:30 p.m. at Dragon Stadium.
Playoff games are typically held in area college stadiums large enough to handle twenty thousand or more people. This year’s game is being held at Dragon Stadium, so large crowds and heavy traffic is expected and you will need to plan ahead.
The Southlake Police Department is preparing for the anticipated heavy traffic by adding additional officers to help make travel as smooth as possible. Drivers will need to follow officer’s instructions and traffic patterns, designated by strategically placed orange cones.
SLPD is urging everyone who plans to attend the game to plan ahead.