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Vasquez Canyon Road is slated to reopen on November 23 at 9 a.m., according to Los Angeles County officials.
There will be a ribbon cutting to celebrate the reopening.
“Public Works worked really hard to get (Vasquez) open before the end of the year,” Edel Vizcarra, planning...
Nobody is blocked off and no homes are located within the Bouquet Canyon Road closure area, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich’s planning deputy said Thursday.
“There’s a set of gates, one on the south side and two on north, with no homes in between. It’s all vacant land,” Edel Vizcarra said....
Photo: L.A. County Dept. of Public Works
Pavement that once was Vasquez Canyon Road in Santa Clarita was pulled up last week after a 400-foot section of the road was destroyed by a slow-moving landslide in November, officials said Monday.
While county officials were still unable to get in contact with...
A landslide forced the closure of Vasquez Canyon Road after pavement uprooted 150 feet of road east of Bouquet Canyon Road.
Los Angeles County Public Works engineers and geologists are investigating the cause of the ground movement as soil continues to move and push the roadway into an upward slope more...
The California Highway Patrol has closed Vasquez Canyon Road between Bouquet Canyon Road in Saugus and Sierra Highway in Canyon Country due to a small landslide.
Motorists are encouraged to take Sierra Highway as an alternate route. The road is closed for an undetermined duration.
The city of Santa Clarita...
[KHTS] – Fire Department and CHP officials responded to a vehicle that had fallen 200 feet over the side of Vasquez Canyon Road in Canyon Country Saturday night, officials said Sunday.
Fire officials reported to Vasquez Canyon Road near Mystery Mesa Drive where they found a 67-year-old man...
[KHTS] – A woman had to be extricated from her vehicle Monday afternoon after it went over the side of Vasquez Canyon Road into a ditch.
The Sheriff’s Station Search and Rescue Team was called to assist with the incident.
The volunteer unit met with Fire Department personnel, who arrived on scene...
Vasquez Canyon Road has reopened after being closed for resurfacing last week and over the weekend, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
The road had been closed intermittently since April 14 from Bouquet Canyon Road to Sierra Highway while road crews filled pot holes and poured...
The entire length of Vasquez Canyon Road between Bouquet Canyon Road to Sierra Highway is closed for a resurfacing project that began Monday night, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
County road crews are resurfacing the road over a three-week period that started April 14....
The entire length of Vasquez Canyon Road is closed Monday night from Bouquet Canyon Road to Sierra Highway, according to a 9:30 p.m. alert from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
County road crews are resurfacing the road over a three-week period that started April 14. Most days, one...
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