Parking, Road Closures Announced for Officer Maloney Funeral

Public parking will be available at two areas for attendees of the wake and funeral of officer Greggory Maloney this week.

St. Peter's Church in Plymouth. Credit: spetersplymouth.com
St. Peter's Church in Plymouth. Credit: spetersplymouth.com

Drivers in Plymouth should take note that several road closures and parking plans have been put in place for the wake and funeral services of Plymouth Police Officer Greggory Maloney, who died in the line of duty on Tuesday, April 1.

Maloney, 43, was killed Tuesday in a motorcycle crash that occurred around 3 p.m. on Samoset Street in Plymouth. The crash is currently under investigation. He was honored during a procession through town Wednesday afternoon. 

A wake will be held on Monday, April 7 at the Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. in Plymouth. A funeral mass for Maloney will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 8 at St. Peter's Church, 86 Court st. in Plymouth. 

Following the funeral, a procession will proceed from St. Peter's Church along Court Street to Samoset Street to Vinehills Cemetery, where Maloney will be buried. Below are road closures and public parking plans for the services. 

Road Closures

There will be no road closures on Summer Street during the services this week.  

Instead, Samoset Street will be closed the day of the funeral to accommodate the procession to Vinehills Cemetery, State Police said.  

There will be no public parking on Court and Samoset streets.  

Off ramps at Exit 6 and Rte. 3 heading eastbound to Samoset Street will be closed during the funeral.  

Public Parking

Public parking for those attending the wake and funeral services this week will be available on Water Street in the public lots adjacent to the East Bay Grill, 173 Water St., as well as at the Radisson Hotel, 180 Water St.  


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