The intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road will be under construction from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Friday night, September 29 and Saturday morning, September 30.
The area will be scraped and repaved to extend the life of the roadway. In order to minimize inconvenience to residents and to avoid interruption to daytime traffic across this busy intersection, project managers and contractors will complete this intersection in one night.
Please note that lanes available to thru traffic will be limited on Friday after 7 p.m.
Residents are encouraged to plan ahead or to use alternative routes during construction.
The noise level of the work will be closely monitored throughout the night by the project foreman to ensure that it does not exceed the allowable level.
The city of Santa Clarita spends approximately $9.5 million a year on its annual slurry seal and overlay road preservation project to improve city roadways and extend their life. Without annual rehabilitation of City streets, maintenance would be unmanageable.
Visit santa-clarita.com/RoadRehab for additional information. Road Rehab updates are also posted on the city’s Twitter account (@santaclarita) with #SCRoadRehab.
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