LA County Storm Road Closures

LA County Storm Road Closures

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY (FOX 11) - The Los Angeles County Operational Area Emergency Operations Center (CEOC) has announced the following road closures currently in effect in L.A. County:

• City of Azusa - Sierra Madre for East and West traffic closed at Veterans Way due to flooding and traffic concerns.

• City of Azusa - Old San Gabriel Canyon Road, Azusa City Boundary to Angeles National Forest.

• City of Castaic – Lake Hughes Road

• City of Glendora (Angeles National Forest) - Glendora Mountain Road, Big Dalton Road to East Fork Road

• City of Glendora - Rainbow St. due to possible mudslide

• City of Malibu - Pacific Coast Highway closed between Yorba Buena to Deer Creek.

• Bouquet Canyon Road from Big Oaks Lodge to Mile Marker.

• Angeles National Forest: Glendora Ridge Road, Mount Baldy Road to Glendora Mountain Road

• Lake Hughes Road – 5.0 Miles South of Elizabeth Lake Rd / Elizabeth Lake Rd due to storm activities

• Avenue M – Quartz Hill Rd / 47th Street West due to water main break belonging to Palm Ranch Irrigation District

• Caltrans has closed PCH at Ventura County/LA County Border; increased traffic on Kanan Dume Road, Mulholland Highway, Decker Canyon Road and Encinal Canyon Road. Crews keeping full crews for rock blading in this area.

• Caltrans has closed PCH at Ventura County / LA County Border; increased traffic on Kanan Dume Road, Mulholland Highway, Decker Canyon Road and Encinal Canyon Road. Caltrans keeping full crews for rock blading in this area.

• Elizabeth Lake Road from Lake Hughes Rd to Munz Ranch Rd Road

• Little Tujunga Canyon Road from M.M. 8.51 to Placerita Canyon Road

• Upper Big Tujunga Canyon Road from Angeles Crest Hwy to Angeles Forest Hwy Road.

• Lake Hughes Road from Dry Gulch Road to Elizabeth Lake Road.

• Angeles Forest Hwy from Angeles Crest Hwy to Aliso Canyon Road.

• Mt Wilson Red Box Road from Video Road to Angeles Crest Hwy.

• Big Tujunga Canyon Road from Angeles Forest Hwy to LA City Boundary.

• Avenue M from Quartz Hill Road to 47th Street West.

• Bouquet Canyon Road from 1.9 Miles North Of Vasquez Canyon Road to 0.6 Miles South of Big Oaks Lodge.

• Old San Gabriel Canyon Road from Azusa City Boundary to Angeles National Forest.

• E. 90th St from Juniper St to S. Alameda St.

• Frontier Circus St from Ave P-8 to Stagecoach Ave.

• 134th Street West from Lancaster Road to Avenue G-12.

• 30th Street West from Avenue D to Avenue A.

• Avenue C from 30th Street West to Sierra Highway.

 

For updates and additional information on road closures in LA County see the Department of Public Works website at http://dpw.lacounty.gov/roadclosures/.

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