The Habitat for Humanity's Ag home, built at this year's Indiana State Fair, is being transported to its permanent location on Carrollton Avenue Tuesday.
A semi-trailer tractor will pull the home behind a police escort.
A dedication ceremony for the homeowner and sponsors will be held in October.
The home is going to Veronica Whitehead and her two children.
Here is what you need to know about traffic Tuesday morning:
The home leaves the Indiana State Fairgrounds through Gate 16 on 42nd St. (near Winthrop). It will move on 42nd St. west to College Ave., south to 19th St., east to Carrollton Ave. and will then end at 1901 Carrollton Avenue.
These streets will be closed during the move.
The 3.4-mile move is expected to take up to two hours.
Twenty-five agriculture-related sponsors and nearly 500 volunteers took part in the 14-day project, with the theme “Growing Food, Building Family Dreams.”