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Downtown Sacramento


Sidewalk construction


Wednesday, April 18 through Wednesday, May 2 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.


J Street at 5th Streets


Reduced travel lanes slow traffic noise and dust at all locations. No right turns onto Southbound Street. Closed Eastbound lane on J Street.


Mike Vandegrift, 916-826-9501

Bill Van Ooyen, 916-812-9019

union pacific railroad repairs


From 8 a.m. Thursday, April 19 to 4 p.m. Friday, April 20


W Street, between 19th and 20th Streets


W Street will be closed to traffic between 19th and 20th Streets. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes and follow provided detours signage. There will also be typical construction noise and mino traffic delays during this project.


Justin Hampton, 916-808-4013

Jeff Davis, 530-990-2412

R Street Phase III


October 2017 to Summer 2018


R Street between 13th Street and 14th Street; and R Street between 15th Street and 16th Street


The project will improve pedestrian safety and accessibility and provide streetscape improvements while maintaining the street's historic sense of shared space between pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles. Message signs will be posted in advance to inform the public of the roadway closure. Currently, the City is performing underground utility improvements and are planning to start the major construction operations on November 13 on the 1300 block of R Street — pending favorable weather conditions. The following schedule is subject to change:

  • 1300 block – Construction will begin in November 2017 and will last for approximately 3 months
  • 1400 block- Construction is anticipated to begin in February 2018 or immediately following the completion of 1300 block.
  • 1500 block- Construction is anticipated to begin in May 2018 or immediately following the completion of 1400 block. 

Downtown sewer upgrades


Monday, July 10 through Spring 2018


9th Street from G to L Streets


Project Website

Construction will result in a single lane from I to L street set apart from the construction zone by K-rail. On-street parking within the corridor will be temporarily closed and one lane of traffic will remain open at all times in order to accommodate the work area and keep traffic moving. Traffic control will be set up 24 hours a day. 

Construction for the 9th Street corridor will include five blocks of new 60-inch diameter combined sewer pipeline with both open cut and tunneling activities. Utilization of both these construction methods will help minimize impacts to daily pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular tra­ffic by allowing:

  • sidewalks to remain open
  • businesses to remain open and accessible
  • one lane of traffi­c open at all times  

To accommodate the work area and keep traffi­c moving, parking within the corridor will be temporarily closed. Work will occur block by block and average two months within each block.

During construction, flaggers will be stationed at designated areas to maintain safe travel. A construction liaison will also be working closely with property owners and occupants to inform them of upcoming activities and address concerns regarding potential impacts that may include:  

  • Lane closures

  • Traffic delays

  • Detours

  • Noise, dust, and vibration

  • Temporarily closed sidewalks

  • Loss of parking 


Rich Dalrymple, (916) 808-1446

East Sacramento, Tahoe Park, Elmhurst, River Park

water main installation




  • Monday, April 16 through Tuesday, April 24 - 9th, 10th, and 13th Avenue (53rd to 55th Streets); 53rd, 55th, and 56th Streets (9th to 13th Avenue); 58th Street (11th to 8th Avenue); 8th Avenue (56th to 59th Streets); 11th Avenue at Sophia Way; 7th Avenue (56th to 58th Streets); 9th at Sophia Way
  • Tuesday, April 17 - 7th Avenue at 56th and 58th Streets
  • Wednesday, April 18 - 58th Street (7th to 9th Avenue)
  • Thursday, April 19 - 56th Street (7th to 8th Avenue); 14th Avenue near 52nd Street
  • Friday, April 20 - 53rd Street (9th to 14th Avenu); 58th Street (7th to 9th Avenue)


All residential streets listed above will have full road closures within work zone within the indicated limits except to local residents and emergency vehicles. All primary streets will be open to the public with modified traffic lanes (either pushed over to one side or flagged as a one way).


Steve Lynch, 916-855-4561

Marc Lee, 916-808-7481

Land Park

water service installation - detailed


  • Monday, March 26 through Wednesday, April 4; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 2 through Friday, April 13; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 2 through Friday, April 13; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 2 through Friday, April 20; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 2 through Monday, April 30; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 2 through Monday, April 30; Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.


  • Swanston Drive (West of Riverside Boulevard)
  • Jones Way (South of Swanston Drive
  • Carolyn Way (south of Swanston Drive)
  • Muir Way (between Vallejo way and Robertson Way)
  • Roberston Way (west of Riverside Boulevard)
  • 5th Avenue (between Santa Buena Way & Muir Way)


Road will be closed to through traffic, heavy equipment will be used in the street, pedestrian traffic may be directed to opposite side of the street.


Gilberto Ramirez, 916-416-1198

Johnny Wynn, 916-397-1253

River District

jibboom street bridge


Tuesday, January 2 through Thursday, May 31


Jibboom Street at Discovery Park


Update on Jibboom Street Bridge: The Department of Regional Parks has received an updated work schedule from the contractor assigned to the Jibboom Street Bridge project. The closure of the bridge has been postponed until January 2, 2018. The completion date for the project remains unchanged.

The Jibboom Street Bridge, in Discovery Park, will be closed to all traffic (bicyclists, equestrians, pedestrians and vehicles) from January 2 - May 31, 2018.

Sacramento County Regional Parks and Sacramento County Department of Transportation are rehabilitating and repairing the bridge by replacing the metal decking and repainting the bridge. The Jibboom Street Bridge was originally constructed in 1931, and was partially rehabilitated in 1969. This current construction project is intended to prolong the life of the bridge, which is a key access point across the American River. Funding for the project is provided through the federal Highway Bridge Program, and work has been scheduled during winter months to minimize the impact to bicycle commuters and park visitors. Alternative bicycle crossings over the American River are located at mile 3 near Hwy 160 crossing and mile marker 7 at the H Street Bridge.

While traffic may not cross Jibboom Street Bridge during the closure, Discovery Park remains open. Vehicles may access the Park at the Garden Highway entrance. View detour routes.



South Sacramento

Sump Pump Maintenance


Tuesday, April 10 through Tuesday, May 15


Intersection of Rush River Drive and Greenhaven Drive


The installation of cable conduit will require temporary closure of the Northwest sidewalk and bike lane and lane shifting. Proper signage and pedestrian detours will be posted. After the conduit installation is completed, sidewalk and bike lanes will be re-opened and work will commence at the middle of the road. No road closures are anticipated for this work. Parking on both sides of the road will be temporarily removed to allow for continuous traffic flow. Road work ahead signs and no parking signs will be posted per the traffic control plan.


Rosa Milino, 916-808-1451

Bill Miller, 916-808-1705

North Sacramento
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