Roadwork: Extended closure of Enterprise Boulevard

Beginning at 8 a.m. Thursday, April 25, both the north and southbound lanes of Enterprise Boulevard — between 1st and 3rd Streets — will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

This closure is part of the ongoing Enterprise Boulevard drainage improvement and road overlay project. Weather permitting; this phase is expected to last until 8 a.m. on Monday, July 1, 2024.

“Capital Project No. 3277 – Enterprise Blvd. Reconstruction – 12th St. to Broad St.,” is a multi-year project that includes drainage and sidewalk improvements, as well as reconstruction and overlay of the road. For the duration of this project, local traffic will be allowed access, however thru traffic is highly encouraged to use 1st Avenue as a detour. (See attached detour maps).

Work on this project began in late 2023 with the construction of a drainage outfall on 1st Street, between Enterprise Boulevard and 1st Avenue.

Nearby property owners or residents who have questions or would like to receive project updates directly to their inbox, should email engineering@cityoflc.us.

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