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Downtown Sacramento

3rd Street Sewer Project

When: Aug. 26 to Sept. 13

Where: T Street from 3rd to 5th Streets and 3rd Street from Q to V Streets

Details: Contractor will be doing investigatory work with heavy equipment for the "3rd Street Sewer Relief Project." A single lane closure may affect traffic.

Contact: Russell Bonifield, 805-712-2058


When: Sept. 9 to Nov. 29, 2019

Where: T Street from 3rd to 5th streets and 3rd Street from T to R streets.

Details: Contractor will be drilling wells and installing new sewer. Along T Street from 3rd to 5th streets, the eastbound lane and parking will be closed. T Street from 3rd to 5th streets and 3rd Street from V to T streets will be closed and subject to detour.

SMUD Work 10th and O Street

When: Saturday, August 17 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Where: 10th street between P Street and N Street

Details: Installation of SMUD permanent power vault to support the construction of the 10th & O Street Office building for the California Department of General Service (DGS)

Contact: Navajo: Jaime Davila – 916.417.0417, Rosendin Electric: Greg Beaman – 408.477.9248, Hensel Phelps: Chad Figel – 408.479.1208


Pavement Work

When: Monday, August 10 from 7:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Where: S Street between 10th and 15th Streets

Details: “No Parking” barricades on both sides of S Street between 10th and 15th Streets placed at a minimum of 72 hours in advance of this work dated for this project date and time only. There will also be road closures along S Street with detour routes in place on a block by block basis as needed.  Work will be performed in block sections to minimize inconveniences to residents, vehicular traffic and pedestrians.

Contact: Justin Hampton (916) 808-4013

Convention Center Complex Project 

Construction continues for the C3 project and is on schedule. Beginning June 5, the Community Center Theater will be close for construction and reopen Fall 2020. During this time, all shows scheduled at the Community Center Theater will be relocated to the Memorial Auditorium.

The City is dedicated to minimizing impacts and encourages the public to plan ahead when traveling near the Community Center Theater. Traffic impacts include the following:


Monday, Jan. 9 2018 to Oct. 2019


15th Street from J Street to K Street


  • 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.


June 6, 2019 to Fall 2020


  • 13th Street from J Street to L Street

  • L Street from 13th Street to 14th Street

  • 14th Street from K Street to L Street


  • 13th Street between J Street and L Street will be closed to thru vehicular traffic.Only pedestrians, bicyclists and parking lot access will be permitted. The north bound lane will be fenced off from K Street to J Street. See C3 Bike Detour Route for more information.

  • Sidewalk on the east side of 13th Street between K and L Street will be closed.

  • Westbound lane on L Street between 13th Street and 14th Street will be closed

  • Sidewalk on the north side of L Street, between 13th and 14th Street will be closed.

  • Sidewalk and parking lane on 14th Street between K Street and L Street will be closed.

The Community Center Theater and the Convention Center will close for construction in Summer 2019 (Community Center Theater will close in June and Convention Center will close in July) and re-open in Fall 2020. Groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Community Center Theater and Convention Center is scheduled for July 26 at 10 a.m. More details will be available soon.

Memorial Auditorium Renovations


Late June 2018 - May 2020


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.


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.


Please send questions or concerns to; More information and updates can be found at


Railyards Blvd. between Jibboom and 5th Street


July 16 to August 30, 2019


Railyards Blvd. between Jibboom and 5th Street


Large scale utility work associated with storm drain installation along with heavy equipment crossing Railyards blvd as part of the retention pond enlargement operation on the south side of Railyards blvd. Detour route will be installed in order to reroute motorists around closure. 


Danny Warren, (559) 647-5229

East Sacramento, Tahoe Park, Elmhurst, River Park, College Greens, College Glen

Groundwater Remediation on 35th Street and Stockton Blvd. 

When:Sept. 9 to Oct. 11

Where: 35th Street from P Street to Stockton Blvd.

Details: Northbound 35th Street lane closure between Stockton Blvd and P Street. Heavy equipment and direct push technology will be used which creates loud noise.

Contact: Bryan Sandor (Site Supervisor) 916-889-6801, Brian Silva (Project Manager) 530-387-5713

Water Main Replacement Project on Folsom Blvd.


Aug. 22 to 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Aug. 24 from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


Folsom Blvd. from 60th to 64th Streets


One of two lanes on Folsom Blvd. will be closed to westbound traffic for construction digging for a water main replacement. Impacts will include minor dust and elevated noise levels due to small scale construction equipment.


Project Manager, Dan Stoloski, 916-532-8097

Project Engineer, Zachary Denico, (916) 645-4800

Land Park


Lane Closures on Seamas Ave.

When: Sept. 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Sept. 14 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Seamas Ave. from Dorset Way to Greenbrae Rd.

Details: Eastbound lanes of Seamas Ave. will be closed and all traffic shifted to westbound lanes. Noise and dust will be present from heavy equipment and small tools.

Contact: Project Manager Dan Stoloski, 915-532-8097

River District


Levee Improvements: Lower Natomas Basin

*UPDATE:  July 8, 2019*

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that major levee improvement construction in the Lower Natomas Basin will require extended road closures on Garden Highway beginning July 8.

Garden Highway will be completely closed to all traffic in both directions, requiring drivers to take alternate routes, at the following project areas:

  • Underneath the Interstate 5 overpass for up to three weeks beginning July 8 through July 29. Interstate 5 on- and off-ramps at Garden Highway will remain open, but drivers will not be able to cross under I-5.
  • Between Northgate Blvd and Truxel Rd, starting July 8 until October 31.

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: You can also follow Natomas Levee construction progress on Facebook ( and Twitter (

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 If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to the Army Corps public affairs office at or 916-557-5100.


South Sacramento

Tree Maintenance at 65th Expressway


Aug. 28 to 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


Northbound 65th St. from 38th Avenue to Fruitridge Road.


One lane on 65th Expressway will be closed for periodic tree pruning. Impacts will include dust and noise due to heavy construction equipment.


Kevin McClain 808-4906

North Sacramento


Rio Linda Boulevard Bridge Replacement & Main Avenue Realignment Project


June 24, 2019 through December 1, 2020


In and around the intersection of Main Avenue/Rio Linda Boulevard


The project will construct a new bridge to replace the existing structurally deficient bridge. Magpie creek and Main Avenue will both be shifted to the south to create a “squared up” intersection.  The intersection will also be widened to accommodate dedicated turn pockets, bike lanes, and sidewalks/ramps.

Construction is anticipated to last for two construction seasons with completion in late 2020.

Main Avenue and Rio Linda Boulevard will both maintain one lane in each direction during construction (as it exists today). Cyclists and Pedestrians using the Sacramento Northern Bike Trail will be detoured onto Rio Linda Boulevard for several months in the early stages of the work, so the creek can be realigned, and the existing bike/pedestrian bridge can be removed making way for the new bridge and creek alignment.


Philip Vulliet, 916-808-5092


Waterline work at Marysville Blvd. and Doolittle Street


Tuesday, July 16 to August 13, 2019


Marysville Blvd. and Doolittle Street


The impacted streets will be Marysville Blvd at the intersections of North Ave and Doolittle St. There will be a lane closure of the right lane on Marysville
Blvd in the northbound direction. The closure will begin approximately 245 feet south of the intersection of Marysville Blvd and North Ave and end at the
intersection of Marysville Blvd and Doolittle St. The work will take place at the intersection of Marysville Blvd and Doolittle St. There will be construction
trucks, loud noises, and possible dust.


Justin Besotes (916) 580-5673

Brandon Carter (916) 580-7160


UEDA Parkway Bike Path from Arden Garden Connector to Del Paso Levee Improvements

The Natomas East Main Drainage Canal west levee requires cutoff wall improvements from the pumping station just upstream of Dry Creek downstream (south) to Arden-Garden Connector Bridge.


May 29, 2019 to November 30, 2019, Mondays to Saturdays from 6 am to 6 pm


UEDA Parkway Bike Path from Arden Garden Connector to Del Paso Road


  • UEDA Parkway Bike Path from Arden Garden Connector to Del Paso Rd will be completely close for the construction season.
  • Heavy equipment will work on the bike path and could cause construction noise.
  • Dust control program will be implemented to minimize any dust outside the construction limit.
  • Vibration monitoring stations will be installed to ensure vibration caused by heavy equipment stays within regulations.

Project Manager: Sylvain Payne-Gagnon, Project Engineer, 703-819-9761


Installation of Water Line between Garden Highway and I-5

Utility work of relocation and installation of a new water line.


June 10 to August 3, 2019

9 PM to 5 AM


Intersection of Garden Hwy and I-5 between I-5 South offramp and Natomas Park Dr.


  • Closure of inside lines (eastbound and westbound) of Garden Hwy from I-5 South off ramp to Natomas Park Dr.
  • Intersection of I-5 North off ramp will be closed during working hours (9pm to 5am) for 2 nights.
  • During the intersection closure, no eastbound turns from the off ramp.
  • Detour available through Gateway Oaks Dr., El Camino Ave and Natomas Park Dr./Truxel Rd.


Project Manager: Josue Toro-Diaz 703-403-9544


Highway 80 ADA Ramp Upgrade

When: July 8 to July 18 from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.  



  • July 8 to July 12
  • July 15 to July 18


  • July 10 to July 11
  • July 15 to July 19

West El Camino Ave. 

  • July 1 to July 3
  • July 8 to July 12


  • July 15 to July 18


Caltrans is performing work to upgrade Highway 80 ramps. NB and SB may be closed. Work includes demo and grade ramps, replacement of HMA, installation of traffic loops, and modified electrical system. 


Jon Liffering (916) 808-7124

Caltrans: Dean Elghassein (916) 768-3597