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ROAD AND LANE CLOSURE INFORMATION FOR MAY 2019

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Downtown Sacramento

 Downtown Summer Events

Sacramento State Graduations

When: 

  • Friday, May 17: 1pm-3:30pm/6:30pm-9pm
  • Saturday, May 18: 8am-10:30pm/1:30pm-3:30pm/6:30pm-9pm
  • Sunday, May 19: 8am-10:30pm/1:30pm-3:30pm/6:30pm-9pm

Where: Golden 1 Center

Street Closure: An hour before each graduation, Sacramento PD will control the intersections at 7th/J, 7th/K, 7th/L, 6th/Capitol Mall, 6th/L, 5th/L and 5th/J

 

Friday Concerts in the Park  

When: Fridays, from May 3 to July 26 from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

Where: Cesar Chavez Park

Details: No street closures; Weekly concert series with food vendors and alcohol sales. No street closures, just increased traffic and parking usage downtown.  Visit https://www.godowntownsac.com/events/signature-events/concerts-in-the-park/ for a full list of bands performing at this year’s series.

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

When: May 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Walk begins at 1 p.m.)

Where: Crocker Park/Front Street

Details: Complete closure of O Street between 2nd and Front Streets and Front Street between O and U Streets for walk from approximately 11:20am to 12:10pm. Annual fundraising walk for WEAVE. Participants walk one mile in high heeled shoes to raise awareness and funds to support victims of violence.  


 

715 P Street State DGS Project

When

Spring 2019

Where

  • P Street between 7th to 9th Street (road closure)
  • 7th Street between N & Q - One lane open to Traffic

Details

Work is part of the construction of the DGS state building. The New Natural Resources Headquarters is a $520 Million Design-Build Project for the State of California Natural Resources Agency, Department of Water Resources, Department of Forestry, and other key groups. The building is 838,000 GSF with 10,000 SF of retail and public space, an auditorium, a multi-vendor food court, and a pedestrian plaza.


 

Apartment Complex Construction 

When

Thursday, November 1 through Spring 2019

Where

21st Street between R and Q Streets

Details

Closing one lane of 21st Street transitioning from S to R Streets. Complete west lane closure of 21st Street to Q Street. 

Contact

Darrin Henry, 925-360-3555

 


Convention Center Complex Project 

When

Monday, Jan. 9 2018 to Oct. 2019

Where

15th Street from J Street to K Street

13th Street from l street to J street (Jan 9 from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)

  • Northbound lane and traffic on 13th street between L Street and J Street will be coned off and detoured for one day while tree removal is in progress.  All signage and cones will be removed at the end of the work day and no later than 5:30 p.m.

impacts

  • One lane on the west side of 15th street between J Street and K Street will be closed to traffic.

  • Parking meters on the west side of 15th Street between J Street and K Street will not be available.

  • One of the two right turn lanes will be closed on J street approaching 15th Street.

  • 13th Street north bound lane closure (L street intersection) for the duration of the project, June 4th 2019
    through Sept 25th 2020. This will include the sidewalk on the east side of 13th Street between K and L
    Street.

  • L Street west bound lane closure (13th and 14th intersecting Streets) for the duration of the project, June
    4th 2019 through Sept 25th 2020. This will include the sidewalk on the north side of L Street, between 13th
    and 14th Street.

  • Side walk and parking space closure between K Street and L Street along the west side of 14th street. This
    will be closed from June 4th 2019 through September 2020.

Details

Construction work will begin with the demolition of the Convention Center Administration Offices at the corner of 15th and K streets, which will begin December 2018. The demolition of the Convention Center administration offices will make room for the new east lobby that will become part of the finished project. 

The City in partnership with Visit Sacramento, has launched the Convention Center Complex Project, also known as C3, which involves the renovation/expansion of three buildings: Memorial Auditorium, Convention Center, and Community Center Theater. For more information, visit c3project.info. 


Memorial Auditorium Renovations

When

Late June 2018 - May 2019

Where

With the addition of the temporary loading dock, I Street will be impacted between 15th and 16th Street.  The parking meters adjacent to the Memorial Auditorium, as well as the parking meters on the North side of I Street, will be unavailable. Motorists can expect a lane shift on I Street, between 16th and 17th Street.

Details

Beginning June 2018, in preparation for the temporary relocation of the Community Center Theater events to the Memorial Auditorium, the City is undertaking improvements to the building to enhance the functionality and patron experience.

Contact

Please send questions or concerns to memorialauditorium@kitchell.com; More information and updates can be found at MemorialAuditoriumProject.org.


East Sacramento, Tahoe Park, Elmhurst, River Park


There are no traffic alerts at this time.

 

Land Park

There are no traffic alerts at this time.

River District

 


Levee Improvements: Lower Natomas Basin

Temporary lane closures and road closures on Garden Highway expected Spring/Summer 2019

When: Spring/Summer 2019

Details: Beginning Friday, May 17, the U.S. Army Core of Engineers will begin work on the Lower Natomas Basin Levee Improvement Project. Traffic will be affected with one lane closures on eastbound Garden Highway underneath Interstate 5 for several weeks as workers replace a waterline. This work is the beginning of a much larger project to reinforce the levee system and improve flood protection around the Natomas area. Future work will involve significant road closures and impacts, which include:

  • Garden Highway will be completely closed in both directions underneath the I-5 overpass for about a week beginning in late-June. Traffic will be affected in both directions including from the on- and off-ramps to I-5. Exact dates will be announced as the project progresses.
  • Full road closure of Garden Highway between Northgate Blvd. and Truxel Rd. has been delayed due to significant rain from the past winter and spring. The full road closures are planned for early summer and will extend three to four months. Exact dates will be announced as the project progresses. A ditch approximately 75 to 125 feet deep will be dug down to bedrock along Garden Highway and filled in with a slurry seal retaining wall to protect the levee from flood waters.
  • Construction crews are also developing staging areas in two locations on Azusa Street.

 

For the latest project information please visit: www.NatomasLevees.com. You can also follow Natomas Levee construction progress on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SacramentoDistrict) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/USACESacramento).

It is important to note that upcoming road closures, particularly of Garden Highway and West El Camino Avenue, will result in increased traffic and likely longer commutes; however, Garden Highway and West El Camino will never have sections closed at the same time. 

For more information please visit www.spk.usace.army.mil/natomas. If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to the Army Corps public affairs office at spk-pao@usace.army.mil or 916-557-5100.

 

South Sacramento

North Sacramento


North Sacramento Streams Levee Improvement Project

When

Monday, April 30 through Thursday, November 1

Where

Sacramento Northern Bike Trail bridge

Details

Temporary (2-3 week) partial closures across Norwood Avenue and Rio Linda Boulevard bridge crossings at Arcade Creek - timing to be determined. Brief delays at West El Camino Avenue NEMDC bridge crossing during hauling activity (flaggers present). Detours will be in place.

Contact

Jay Davis, 916-351-0600

 


 

 

Natomas
There are no traffic alerts at this time.