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Road Rehab ProjectThe streets in Santa Clarita listed below will be affected for the week of July 19-28 for the city’s Road Rehab Project.

Streets will undergo phase two and/or three of the overlay process, which is grinding and paving.

For details regarding these stages, please see frequently asked questions.

Please pay attention to all posted “no parking” signs, as dates are subject to change.

For exact street start and end points, see the Road Rehab interactive map at www.santa-clarita.com/RoadRehab.

PLEASE NOTE: DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE UPDATED ON THE MAPS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Wednesday, July 19 (Paving)
Seco Canyon Road (Pamplico Drive to Los Rogues Road)
Pamplico Drive (Seco Canyon Road to Denoya Drive)
Aquadero Place

Thursday, July 20 (Paving)
Seco Canyon Road (Los Rogues Drive to Decoro Drive)
Holly Ridge Drive
Laurel Glen Circle
Ash Glen Circle
Elm Glen Circle
Cherry Creek Drive (Pamplico Drive to Seco Canyon Road)

Friday, July 21 (Paving)
Redbud Ridge Circle
Pamplico Drive (Redbud Ridge Circle to end)
Locust Ridge Circle
Elder View Drive

Monday, July 24 (Grinding)
Via Kannela
Via Lupona
Via Maduro
Via Gavola
Via Helina
Via Irana
Sycamore Creek Drive (Calvello Drive to Pamplico Drive)
Calvello Drive (Cherry Creek Drive to Seco Canyon Road)

(Paving)
Pamplico Drive (Sycamore Creek Drive to Redbud Ridge Circle)
Poplar Glen Circle
Mulberry Glen Drive

Tuesday, July 25 (Grinding)
Circle Jay Ranch
Jeniel Court
Clearview Court
Rolling Ridge Drive

(Paving)
Calvello Drive
Pamplico Drive (Sycamore Creek Drive to Cherry Creek Drive)

Wednesday, July 26 (Grinding)
Canvas Street
Kelvins Court
Ladley Court
Notle Court
Patricia Hill Drive
Nevette Court
Robin Crest Court
Sierra Cross Avenue

(Paving)
Sycamore Creek Drive
Cherry Creek Drive

Thursday, July 27 (Paving)
Via Kannela
Via Lupona
Via Maduro
Via Gavola
Via Helina
Via Irana

Friday, July 28 (Paving)
Jeniel Court
Clearview Court
Rolling Ridge Court

For a complete list of street closures, more approximate location or contact info, visit santa-clarita.com/RoadRehab.

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  1. Coordination on this in terms of alternate routes was poor. It was a hassle to get home. Plenty of road closure signs, only one detour sign. When I asked one of the workers which way I could go, the response was, “I don’t know. Try that way and stay on the left side.”

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