GRAHAM HILL DETOURS TO INCLUDE LOCKEWOOD LANE and MT. HERMON ROAD OR Highway 9; East Zayante CONTINUES TO HAVE ONE-WAY TRAFFIC CONTROL from graham hill road to west zayante road
Graham Hill Road will be closed to traffic in both directions on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 26 and 27, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Detours will be in effect and motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes.
East Zayante Road will continue to have one-way traffic control weekdays through Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Graham Hill Road will be closed between Roaring Camp Road and Lockewood Lane. A detour will reroute motorists onto Lockewood Lane and Mt Hermon Road. Motorists traveling between San Lorenzo Valley and Santa Cruz also can take Highway 9, which has reopened after several months of road construction. Access to Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall, Ponderosa Lodge, Roaring Camp Railroads, Redtree Industrial Park, San Lorenzo Lumber, Summit Road and Grand View Avenue will be provided during the road closure.
Construction continues on East Zayante Road. The route have one-way controlled traffic from Graham Hill Road to West Zayante Road.
WHAT & WHY:
The roadway sealing for Graham Hill Road will be Oct. 26 & 27. These two days will entail full closure of both lanes, northbound and southbound for sealing of the roadway prior to the rainy season. Sealing of the roadway is a key phase of the intertie project, a joint effort between San Lorenzo Valley Water District, Scotts Valley Water District and the Mount Hermon Association. When completed, the intertie project will allow the districts to share water resources in emergencies such as fires and natural disasters.
East Zayante Road will be impacted with one-way controlled traffic for the conclusion of a sealing and waterline installation project.
Construction on both roads will occur simultaneously to reduce traffic impacts and to enhance efficiency.
ABOUT THE SAN LORENZO VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
The San Lorenzo Valley Water District is located in the mountains of northern Santa Cruz County. The district serves more than 7,500 metered connections. Established in 1941, the district supplies water to the communities of Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Ben Lomond, Zayante, Quail Hollow, Scotts Valley, Whispering Pines, Manana Woods and Felton. For more information, visit www.slvwd.com or www.facebook.com/slvwaterdistrict
Jennifer Murray 831-515-2802
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