ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Atlanta has a long “to-do” list to get back to normal following Super Bowl LIII.
SKYFOX 5 flew over Atlantic Station Monday as crews began to dismantle the temporary venue set up for Saturday’s Foo Fighter’s concert as part of the festivities.
All the Super Bowl decorations on buildings, including Mercedes-Benz Stadium, will need to come down.
The Super Bowl Experience is packing up for the year from inside the World Congress Center.
Inside Centennial Olympic Park, the Super Bowl LIVE venue is being stowed away.
Barriers and miles of fencing from around the Super Bowl campus will need to come down as well as temporary signs.
Inside, crews will be pulling up the turf soon. No need to replace it right away with the next big scheduled event being 2019 Monster Jam toward the end of the month and the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross at the beginning of next month.
Also, crews will be working all week to take down the hundreds of banners on Atlanta’s streetlight celebrating the Super Bowl.
And that’s not even the half of it.
Because of the massive cleanup effort, roads will remain closed most of the workweek.
The following roads will be closed through the following days:
- Mitchell St. SW between MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) to Elliot St. SW.
- Mangum St. between Markham St. to Foundry St.
- MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) between Northside Dr. NW to Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW
- Andrew Young International Blvd. NW between Marietta St. NW and Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW
- Baker St. NW between Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW and Luckie St. NW