Resident Information

RESIDENT INFORMATIONWe would like to thank the residents of Baldwin Lake & the surrounding areas for their support & enthusiasm for Tri Greenville since 2013.  We realize the road closures & extra people can be an inconvenience at times, but we hope by providing you with as much information as possible that we can help ensure a positive experience for you as well.

The location of the event is in large part the reason for its success; however, we realize it requires some sacrifices by you, the Baldwin Lake & surrounding area residents. It is our goal to minimize the impact the event has on you & to ensure you are prepared for Race Day as well.  Please read through the following information carefully & do not hesitate to contact Greenville Area Recreation & Community Center at 616.754.9163 or if you have any questions, concerns, complaints. etc. It is our goal to ensure we accommodate your needs as best as possible to limit the disruption Tri Greenville may cause you.


Tri Greenville–Saturday, June 1, 2024
  • West Baldwin Lake Drive from the Beach House to the west end of the beach will be CLOSED starting at approximately 7:00 am on Friday, May 31st until approximately 5:00 pm on Saturday, June 1st (see ‘Transition’ area, highlighted blue on the map below). This section of the closure will not prevent any residents from accessing their homes however, you must seek an alternative route to avoid this short section of the street.
  • The roads around Baldwin Lake as highlighted yellow below will be CLOSED on Saturday, June 1st from 5:00 am-3:00 pm. This is for the safety of everyone. Vehicular traffic will not be allowed on the roads unless it is an emergency. If you plan to leave/arrive during this time, we will provide a golf cart shuttle to the designated parking areas described below.
  • IF YOU LIVE ON SOUTH STREET: South Street will be closed periodically between 8am - noon on Race Day (June 1st). Please use caution when leaving or returning home during this period, and follow ALL directions given by volunteers (in red shirts) and officers in uniform.
  • Shuttle Service-Hotline: 616.303.1475 – We hope you can stay home to cheer on the athletes as they pass your house, but we understand there may be a need for you to get in or out during that time.  If you know or suspect that is the case, we have a designated parking area at Camp Wah Wah Tay See for you and we will transport you to/from your car or home. The Shuttle Service will be available any time on Friday (June 2) or Saturday (June 3) for the residents affected by this street closure. The hotline will be active starting at 5 pm on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. Please contact us any time thereafter if you know you will need to be shuttled to your vehicle/home. If you need transportation from the Camp to your home on Friday evening or following the event to retrieve your car, we are happy to transport you in both directions, just give us a call on the hotline! Please give us as much notice as possible and allow time for us to get to you.
  • The event swim area will be CLOSED to all motorized boat traffic from 8 am-11:30 am on Saturday, June 1.
  • Finally, we would like to encourage you to get creative to show your support for the athletes, they love to see the encouraging & humorous signage, sidewalk chalk messages, cheering, etc.

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Greenville Area Recreation & Community Center900 E. Kent Rd.
Greenville, Michigan  48838
Phone: 616.754.9163

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Monday - Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm