CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Planning on painting your living room Carolina blue this weekend?
Maybe you should hold off because you might not be able to buy it -- at least not in Chapel Hill.
Chapel Hill police are asking paint stores to restrict the sale of that hue this week.
That's because UNC is about to play in the Final Four, and if the team wins, police don't want the town painted sky blue.
Chapel Hill police are preparing for this weekend's Final Four street celebrations if UNC should win.
When UNC wins, Franklin Street is always the place to be for victory celebrations.
Downtown streets will remain open unless crowd size dictates otherwise, police said.
Chapel Hill plans to have additional staff on hand, but they are asking business owners to lend a hand.
"If your establishment sells paint, please restrict sale of Carolina blue paint for the next week," police said in a news release.
They also asked bars to restrict all servings to paper or plastic cups and all bulk sales to cans to keep glass out of the area.
Police encouraged businesses to remove awnings and signs to keep them from being damaged.
And police asked businesses to secure interior and exterior rooftop doors to keep people off the roof.