GENERAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION FOR PALMDALE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 3 THROUGH DECEMBER 9, 2018

GENERAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION FOR PALMDALE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 3 THROUGH DECEMBER 9, 2018

December 5, 2018

 

1 - 30TH St East road closure for storm drain work at Avenue S to R -12  

The detour is 27th and 35th Streets East from 12-03-18 to 12-21-18.

 

2 - Daytime closure from 7:30 am to 4 pm on 9th Street East between Avenue Q-9 and Palmdale Boulevard on 11-26-18 to 12-4-18 

Daytime closure for AT&T conduit installation. Please use detour.

 

3 - Westbound Avenue S from 40th Street East to Dawson Drive

Intermittent number three lane closure for landscape assessment district tree removal

 

4 – Eastbound Rancho Vista Boulevard from Mesa Lane to 20th Street West

Intermittent number two lane closure for landscape assessment district tree trimming.

 

5 - Tierra Subida Avenue and Rayburn Road

Lane closures with new traffic pattern for street repair of left turn pocket into Waste Management.
 

6 – Full closure on 40th Street East from Avenue R- 12 to Avenue S

There will be a full closure on 40th E with a detour in place. Please obey the traffic control and follow the detours. Expect delays. This is for storm drain pipe extension.

 

7- Elizabeth Lake Road from 2500’ east of Ranch Center Drive to 1500’ west of Joshua Ranch Road

Temporary traffic control with reduced speeds along with a temporary three way stop at the Intersection of Elizabeth Lake Road and Ranch Center Drive. This is for the Joshua Ranch Development’s sewer and water improvements.

 

8 - 10th Street East, 9th Street East, Avenue Q-11 and Avenue Q-12

Intermittent street and lane closures for Courson Arts Colony offsite utility and street improvements. Q-12 closed between 10th Street East and 11th Street East.

 

For more information, call the public works department at 267-5300.

 

Street lighting Retrofit Traffic Control Areas

The City recently acquired nearly 18,000 streetlights from Southern California Edison and is in the process of converting them from High Pressure Sodium (HPS) to Light Emitting Diode (LED). The new LED lights are more energy efficient and last up to five times longer than the old HPS. The contractor will be spending no more than ten minutes at each light, and any effect on traffic should be brief.

 

 

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