tel. (818) 898-1200      117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
Getting around the City of San Fernando is easy! Transportation services include a local trolley service and dial-a-ride services. The City of San Fernando also offers alternative sustainable fuel options!
 

SAN FERNANDO TROLLEY

The San Fernando Trolley is a fixed-route trolley service that run daily using 28 stops to link the City’s residential and commercial areas.

Stops include the Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies, the Sam’s Club/Home Depot Shopping Center and the San Fernando Swap Meet. 

  • Riders under six-years old must be accompanied by and adult.
  • Stop waits average 20-25 minutes.

 

FARE

  • $0.25 per ride

 

HOURS OF OPERATION

  • Weekdays: 10 am to 4 pm
  • Weekends: 11 am to 4 pm

 

TROLLEYS DO NOT RUN ON THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS

  • New Year’s Day
  • Easter Sunday
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

San Fernando Trolley Map
Ruta del Trolebus de San Fernando
CONTACT INFORMATION

RECREATION PARK | Recreation & Community Services Department
208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

RECREATION PARK COUNTER HOURS
Monday through Thursday | 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm
Friday | 9 am to 12 pm

MISSION CITY TRANSIT

The Mission City Transit (MCT) is a shared curb to curb community service. There are two buses available and each one has the capacity for 14 passengers and 2 wheel chairs. 
 

The driver will wait for an individual at the curb of a public street in front of or as close to the riders house, building or other designated pick-up location, as possible.

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

(818) 366-4119

Anyone may ride, anywhere within the City!

Only residents of the City of San Fernando can use the MCT to approved medical sites outside of the City Limits.

Call the reservation line at (818) 366-4119.

Be prepared to give the dispatcher the following information:

  • Name and phone number
  • Number of passengers riding with you
  • Pick up address
  • Requested pick-up time
  • Destination address
  • Return ride information
  • Special Assistance (walker, wheelchair, escort) 

Whenever possible, reserve your trip in advance. Appointments should be made at least 5 days in advance. The best time to make an appointment is between 7:30 am – 10 am and between 2 pm – 4 pm. It is also suggested to book medical appointments as soon as possible. Occasionally your requested pick- up time may not be available; however, you will be scheduled as close to your requested pick-up time as possible.

  • Monday through Friday; 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday; 12 pm to 5 pm 

 

The Mission City Transit does not operate on Saturdays, Sundays, or the following National holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Easter
  • Memorial Day
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day 

You must have a ticket or exact fare (drivers do not handle money)

  • $0.50 – Senior Citizens Age 60+
  • $0.50 – Handicapped Persons
  • $0.75 – General Public

 

TEN-TRIP TICKETS

You may purchase a Ten-Trip Ticket at the following locations:

  • City Hall, 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando
  • Recreation Park, 208 Park Avenue, San Fernando
  • Las Palmas Park, 505 South Huntington Street, San Fernando

Be prepared at the curb to board when the bus arrives.

Be sure to allow 20 to 40 minutes for the Mission City Transit bus to arrive. The driver cannot wait more than two minutes.

If you are not ready for pick-up, you may be considered a NO-SHOW and you will need to reschedule your trip. The driver will only wait until the dispatched time.

Plan for a slightly longer travel time than by private automobile since buses may make additional stops.

To cancel a reservation, please call (818) 366-4119 at least 24 hours in advance. Cancellations are important to those trying to schedule an appointment.

  • All passengers must wear seatbelts.
  • Tipping is prohibited.
  • A maximum of 4 grocery bags per person can be carried on the MCT unless a personal cart is provided.
  • Children 7 years of age or younger must be accompanied by a rider 12 years or older.
  • Appointments are required and may be made up to two weeks in advance.
  • If you decide not to ride the MCT, call and cancel your pick-up; failure to cancel or three no-shows may result in suspension of service for thirty days.

CONTACT INFORMATION

RECREATION PARK | Recreation & Community Services Department
208 Park Avenue, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1290 | Recreation@sfcity.org

RECREATION PARK COUNTER HOURS
Monday through Thursday | 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm
Friday | 9 am to 12 pm

METRO

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is the public transit bus system that runs through the City of San Fernando.

 

METRO BUS PASSES

San Fernando Residents may also purchase monthly Metro Bus Passes at San Fernando City Hall:

  • Seniors/Disabled/Medicare = $10
  • Students (K-12) = $18
  • Students (College) = $33

 

METRO BIKE SHARE

Metro plans to expand its bike share system and they are looking for YOUR INPUT about where new bike share stations are needed.

Bike Share allows users to pick up a bicycle at a self-serve bike station and drop it off at another bike station for the same price as a bus ride. It’s ideal for short distances or to complete a trip after taking transit.
Having a bike share system can expand your community’s transportation options. Bike share also provides a convenient way for visitors in your city to travel car-free. Bicycling can lead to improved community health through increased physical activity.
Metro has developed a website on Bike Share available here: https://bikeshare.metro.net/

In short, users buy a pass, get a bike, take a ride, and then return the bike at whichever station they would like.

Metro has created a map to crowdsource suggested Bike Share locations. Click Here to suggest a location.

https://bikeshare.metro.net/suggest-a-location/

CONTACT INFORMATION

(323) GO-METRO | METRO.NET

ALTERNATIVE SUSTAINABLE FUEL OPTIONS

The City of San Fernando also offers alternative sustainable fuel options!

Charge your Electric Vehicle at one of our five charging stations or fill-up your Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle at our filling station.

CONTACT INFORMATION

CITY HALL | Public Works Department
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org 

Monday through Thursday | 7 am to 4:30 pm

Friday | 7 am to 3:30 pm

ELECTRIC VEHICLE (EV) CHARGING STATIONS

The City of San Fernando is proud to provide the community with alternative fueling options!

 

GETTING STARTED

The EV Charging Stations are City-owned and were purchased through ChargePoint. Stations are only accessible with a ChargePoint card.

  • How to get a ChargePoint Card: You will need to create a ChargePoint account to receive a ChargePoint Card. Click Here to be redirected to the ChargePoint website. During the account creation process, you will specify how many cards you would like to receive (cost is $4.95 each) and where you would like them shipped. Card(s) will arrive in approximately 7 to 10 business days.
  • How to pay for charging: ChargePoint operates on a credit system. During your first charging session, you need to provide your payment information and you will be charged $10. Charging costs will be deducted from your balance and when your balance drops below $5, an additional $10 will be charged using the payment method on file. 

 

LOCATIONS

Five EV stations are available for use every day of the week. Each station is equipped with dual nozzles (two vehicles may charge at the same time) at the following locations:

  • City Hall Public Parking Lot (behind City Hall): 117 Macneil Street
  • Downtown Parking Lot No. 2 (Bank of America parking structure): 800 Truman Street
  • Downtown Parking Lot No. 4: 1000 Truman Street
  • Downtown Parking Lot No. 5: 1130 Truman Street
  • Downtown Parking Lot No. 8: 1010 Celis Street

EV-&-CNG-Map
HOW TO CHARGE YOUR EV

The easiest way to find available stations, start charging and get updates is by using the ChargePoint app.

Click Here to be redirected to the ChargePoint website.

  • How to charge your vehicle: Hold your ChargePoint card over the smart card symbol on the station. The station checks that you are authorized to use the station and, once authorized, the holster unlocks and you may plug the connector into your car. You may also start a session using the ChargePoint mobile app or by calling the customer service number on the station.
  • How to stop charging your vehicle: When you return to your vehicle, tap your ChargePoint card on the smart card symbol on the station and the display will instruct you to unplug the connector from your vehicle and return it to the holster.

 

RATES

  • On-Peak Period (June 1 through September 30) – $0.40 per Kilowatt Hour
  • Off-Peak Period (All other times) – $0.30 per Kilowatt Hour

CONTACT INFORMATION

CITY HALL | Public Works Department
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org 

Monday through Thursday | 7 am to 4:30 pm

Friday | 7 am to 3:30 pm

COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS (CNG) STATION

The City of San Fernando is proud to provide the community with alternative fueling options!

The CNG Station is open 24 hour a day to both business entities and the general public. There are two “standard” pumps available for small vehicles and two dedicated pumps for larger vehicles such as busses and refuse trucks. 

 

LOCATION

The City’s CNG station is located at 120 Macneil, San Fernando

 

COST

The current cost to fuel a vehicle is $2.49 per gallon. 

EV-&-CNG-Map
CONTACT INFORMATION

CITY HALL | Public Works Department
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org 

Monday through Thursday | 7 am to 4:30 pm

Friday | 7 am to 3:30 pm

TITLE VI

Title VI is a section of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requiring that “No person in the United States shall on the grounds of race, color or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”
Any person who believes he/she or any specific class of persons has been subjected to discrimination prohibited by Title VI may, by himself/herself or by a representative, file a written complaint, no later than 180 days after the alleged act of discrimination, with the City of San Fernando Title VI Compliance Division, Los Angeles Metro (LACMTA), US Department of Transportation (USDOT), Federal Transit Authority (FTA), or any other agency providing funds for any City of San Fernando (City) program, project or service.
If you believe that you have received discriminatory treatment by the City on the basis of your race, color or national origin, you have the right to file a complaint with the City’s Title VI Compliance Division. The complaint must be filed no later than 180 calendar days following the alleged discrimination.
The preferred method is to file your complaint, in writing, using the City’s Title VI Complaint Form, and sending it to the:

Title VI Compliance Manager
City of San Fernando
Title VI Compliance Division
117 Macneil Street
San Fernando, CA 91340

Verbal inquiries will be accepted by the Title VI Compliance Division; however, actual complaints must be documented and signed by the person alleging discrimination or authorized designee before the complaint is accepted and processed.

To make a verbal inquiry, call the Title VI Compliance Division at (818) 898-1200.

Should a complaint be filed with the City and an external public entity simultaneously, the external complaint shall supersede the City’s complaint and the City’s complaint procedures will be suspended pending the external entity’s investigation and findings.

Once a Title VI complaint has been accepted for investigation, the City of San Fernando Title VI Compliance Division or receiving agency will acknowledge receipt of the complaint. An investigation of allegation(s) will be conducted, and when completed, the complainant and alleged person/organization will be notified of the decision and disposition.
Upon receipt of a formal Title VI complaint, the Title VI Compliance Division will notify the complainant and begin the investigation (unless the complaint is filed with an external entity first or simultaneously). The City Title VI Compliance Division will assign, oversee, track and record a prompt investigation of the allegation(s) presented. The investigation will include, where appropriate, a review of the pertinent practices and policies of the City’s Title VI Compliance Program, the circumstances under which the possible noncompliance occurred, and other factors relevant to a determination as to whether the City has failed to comply with Title VI.

The investigation will address Title VI complaint allegations against any City individual, department or division. If the complaint is not based on Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Title VI office will refer the individual to the appropriate person or office for follow-up.

The investigation may include discussion(s) of the complaint with all named and affected parties. The complainant may be represented by an attorney or other representative of his/her own choosing and may bring witnesses and present testimony and evidence in the course of the investigation.

The City will make every effort to conduct and complete the investigation within 60 days of the receipt of the formal complaint. Based upon all the information received, an investigation report will be written by the assigned investigator and submitted to the Title VI Compliance Manager for disposition, recordkeeping and reporting.

After the investigation has been completed, the Title VI Compliance Division will transmit to the complainant and the alleged individual or organization one of the following letters:

A letter of resolution that explains the steps that the City has taken or guarantees to take to come into compliance with Title VI.

A letter of finding when the alleged individual or organization is not found to be in noncompliance with Title VI.

A letter of finding when an individual or organization is found to be in noncompliance.

The letter of finding and resolution will offer the complainant and the alleged City individual or organization the opportunity to provide additional information that would lead the Title VI Compliance Division to reconsider its conclusions. In general, the City’s policy requires that the parties in the complaint provide this additional information within 60 days of the date the Letter of Finding was transmitted. After receiving and reviewing the information, the Title VI Compliance Division will respond either by issuing a revised letter of resolution or finding to the appealing party, or by informing the appealing party that the original letter of resolution or finding remains in force.
It is the policy of the City of San Fernando to ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; 42 USC 2000(d); related statutes and regulations to the end that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination.

The City of San Fernando strictly forbids and will not tolerate actions that intimidate, threaten, coerce, or discriminate against any individual for the purpose of interfering with any right or privilege secured by Title VI, or because he/she has made a complaint, testified, assisted, or participated in any manner in an investigation, proceeding, or hearing under this policy.

The Title VI Compliance Manager is designated Title VI coordinator for the City of San Fernando. Please contact the Title VI Compliance Manager for questions, concerns, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding the City of San Fernando’s Title VI policy.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Kenneth Jones, Title VI Compliance Manager
CITY HALL | Public Works Department
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org 

Monday through Thursday | 7 am to 4:30 pm

Friday | 7 am to 3:30 pm

TÍTULO VI

El Título VI es una sección de la Ley de los Derechos Civiles de 1964 que dispone que “A ninguna persona en los Estados Unidos, por motivo de su raza, color u origen nacional, se le excluirá de participar, de recibir los beneficios ni se le discriminará de cualquier programa o actividad que reciba ayuda económica federal”.
Cualquier persona o grupo específico de personas que crea que fue objeto de la discriminación prohibida por el Título VI podrá, por sí misma o mediante un representante, presentar una queja escrita, a más tardar 180 días de ocurrida la presunta discriminación, ante la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI de la Ciudad de San Fernando, Los Ángeles Metro (LACMTA), el Departamento de Transporte de EE.UU. (USDOT), la Oficina Federal del Transporte (FTA), o cualquiera otra dependencia que aporte fondos para cualquier programa, proyecto o servicio de la Ciudad de San Fernando (“la Ciudad”).
Si usted cree que fue objeto de trato discriminatorio por parte de la Ciudad por motivo de su raza, color u origen nacional, tiene derecho a presentar una queja ante la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI de la Ciudad. Debe presentar la queja a más tardar 180 días civiles de ocurrida la presunta discriminación.
El método preferido es que usted presente su queja por escrito usando el Formulario de Quejas del Título VI de la Ciudad, y que la envíe a:

Director de Cumplimiento del Título VI
Ciudad de San Fernando
División de Cumplimiento del Título VI
117 Macneil Street
San Fernando, CA 91340

La División de Cumplimiento del Título VI recibirá consultas orales; pero, las quejas mismas deberán estar documentadas y firmadas por la persona que denuncia la discriminación o su agente autorizado, para que esas quejas puedas ser recibidas y tramitadas.

Para consultas orales, llame a la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI al (818) 898-1222.

Si se presenta una queja con la Ciudad y con una entidad pública externa al mismo tiempo, la queja externa suplirá a la queja ante la Ciudad y se suspenderán los trámites de quejas de la Ciudad mientras estén pendientes la investigación y las conclusiones de la entidad externa.

Una vez que se reciba una queja del Título VI y que se inicie una investigación, la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI de la Ciudad de San Fernando, o la agencia que la recibió, acusará recibo de la queja. Se investigará la denuncia(s) y al concluir la investigación se informará al reclamante y a la persona u organización denunciada acerca de las conclusiones y la resolución.
Luego de recibir una queja formal del Título VI, la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI notificará al reclamante e iniciará una investigación, a menos que la queja haya sido cursada ante una entidad externa antes o al mismo tiempo. La División de Cumplimiento del Título VI de la Ciudad asignará, supervisará, dará seguimiento y registrará una investigación rápida de las denuncias. La investigación incluirá, según corresponda, una revisión de las prácticas y normas pertinentes del Programa de Cumplimiento del Título VI de la Ciudad, las circunstancias en que ocurrió el presunto incumplimiento y otros factores pertinentes para determinar s i la Ciudad respetó el Título VI.

La investigación atenderá las quejas del Título VI denunciadas contra cualquier persona, división o departamento de la Ciudad. Si la queja no está fundada en el Título VI de la Ley de los Derechos Civiles de 1964, la oficina del Título VI referirá al reclamante con la persona u oficina pertinente para que el seguimiento del caso.

Puede que en la investigación se hable de la queja con todas las partes nombradas e impactadas. Durante el desarrollo de la investigación el reclamante puede estar representado por un abogado u otro agente que él designe, y puede traer testigos y aportar testimonio y pruebas.

La Ciudad emprenderá todo esfuerzo por hacer y finalizar la investigación dentro de 60 días de que se reciba el formulario de quejas. El investigador asignado preparará un informe de la investigación en base a toda la información recibida y lo entregará al Director de Cumplimiento del Título VI para su disposición, registro e información.

Luego de concluida la investigación, la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI le enviará al reclamante y a la persona u organización demandada una de las siguientes cartas:

Carta de Resolución que explica las medidas tomadas por la Ciudad o que garantiza que tomará para asegurar el cumplimiento del Título VI.

Carta de Conclusiones en que se determina que la persona u organización denunciada no incurrió en algún incumplimiento del Título VI.

Una Carta de Conclusiones si se determina que una persona u organización incurrió en algún incumplimiento.

La carta de conclusiones y resolución le dará al reclamante y a la persona u organización de la Ciudad denunciadas la oportunidad de aportar información adicional que pueda inducir a la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI a reconsiderar sus conclusiones. Generalmente, las normas de la Ciudad requieren que las partes de la queja aporten esta información adicional dentro de 60 días civiles de la fecha en que se envió la Carta de Conclusiones. Luego de recibir y repasar la información, la División de Cumplimiento del Título VI enviará una carta de conclusiones o de resoluciones modificada a la parte recurrente, o bien informará al recurrente que la carta de resolución o de conclusiones sigue teniendo plena vigencia.
La Ciudad de San Fernando tiene por norma garantizar que se cumplan en Título VI de la Ley de los Derechos Civiles de 1964, con sus modificaciones; el Título 42, Artículo 2000(d) de Código de EE.UU., y otros estatutos y regulaciones afines que prohíben que a alguna personas se le niegue su participación, se le nieguen beneficios o se le discrimine debido a su raza, color u origen nacional.

La Ciudad de San Fernando prohíbe estrictamente, y no tolerará, acciones que intimiden, amenacen, coaccionen o discriminen a una persona con el fin de interferir con cualquier derecho o privilegio consagrado por el Título VI, ni porque esa personal haya presentado una queja, testificado, ayunado o participado de cualquier manera en una investación, trámite o audencia emanada de esta norma.

El Director de Cumplimiento del Título VI es el coordinador del Título VI designado para la Ciudad de San Fernando. Favor de dirigir sus preguntas, preocupaciones, quejas o pedidos de información adicional sobre las normas de la Ciudad de San Fernando acerca del Título VI al El Director de Cumplimiento del Título VI.

CONTÁCTENOS

Kenneth Jones, Director de Cumplimiento del Titulo VI
AYUNTAMIENTO | Departamento de Obras Públicas
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org 

Monday through Thursday | 7 am to 4:30 pm

Friday | 7 am to 3:30 pm

ADVISORIES

Caltrans 45-Day Announces 45-Day Closures of I-210 Polk Street and Yarnell Street Ramps (8/15/22 – 8/22/22)
 

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces long-term closures of multiple westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) on and off-ramps in Sylmar for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be closing the following ramps on westbound I-210 for up to 45 days:

  • Polk St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, August 15, 2022 at 7 p.m.
  • Yarnell St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, August 22, 2022 at 7 p.m.

The westbound I-210 Hubbard St. on and off-ramps are now open to motorists. Westbound Paxton St. ramps are anticipated to reopen on Friday, August 5.

The closure of the ramps will allow provide additional room for crews to pave the far-right lane. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route during the closure duration. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans 45-Day Closures of Multiple Ramps on I-210
 

LAKE VIEW TERRACE, SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces long-term closures of multiple westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) on and off-ramps in Lake View Terrace and Sylmar for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be closing the following ramps on westbound I-210 for up to 45 days:

  • Hubbard St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, June 20, 2022 at 7 p.m.
  • Paxton St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, June 27, 2022 at 7 p.m.

The following ramps will be reopening:

  • Westbound Foothill Blvd./Osborne St. on and off-ramps will open Monday, June 20.
  • Westbound Maclay St. on and off-ramps have reopened this week.

The closure of the ramps will allow provide additional room for crews to pave the far-right lane. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route during the closure duration. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans 55-Hour Weekend Closure of I-210 in Sylmar (6/24/22  – 6/27/22)
 

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closure of westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) between Paxton St and Polk St in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, June 24 at 10 p.m. through Monday, June 27 at 5 a.m.:

  • One lane of westbound I-210 closed between Paxton St and Maclay St
  • Westbound Paxton St. on-ramp closed
  • Westbound Maclay St. St. off-ramp closed
  • Eastbound SR-118 to westbound I-210 connector closed

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans 55-Hour Weekend Closure of I-210 in Sylmar (6/3/22  – 6/6/22)
 

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closure of westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) between Paxton St and Polk St in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, June 3 at 10 p.m. through Monday, June 6 at 5 a.m.:

  • One lane of westbound I-210 closed between Paxton St and Polk St
  • Westbound Maclay St. ramps closed
  • Westbound Polk St. off-ramp closed
  • Eastbound SR-118 to westbound I-210 connector closed

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT – STREET IMPROVEMENTS: PICO STREET (beginning 4/25/22)

The Public Works Department has contracted Hardy and Harper,Inc., to construct street improvements beginning April 25, 2022, weather permitting. 

 

Concrete work including sidewalk repair, curb and gutter repair, and access ramp installations will occur on the following streets:

 

PICO STREET BETWEEN S. BRAND BLVD. AND KALISHER ST.

Access to and from this street will be limited during paving operations. 

 

Funding for the project is provided by CDBG/HUD and will be at no expense to the property owner. We will make every effort to minimize any inconvenience. Your cooperation and assistance during the time of project construction will be appreciated. We courteously request the following:

 

  • Please do not park your car on the street when “No Parking” signs are posted.
  • Please do not water your lawn or cause water to drain onto the street during paving operations.
  • Please do not drive onto newly paved areas until barricades are removed, including but not limited to driveway approaches, sidewalk, street, etc.

Again, every effort will be made to cause you the least possible inconvenience. If there are any questions, please call the Public Works Department at (818) 898-1222.

PROYECTO DE OBRAS PÚBLICAS – CONSTRUCCION DE MEJORAMIENTO: PICO STREET (comenzando 4/25/22)

Tenemos el gusto de informarles que el Departamento de Obras Públicas ha contratado a Hardy and Harper, Inc., para construir mejoramientos comenzando el 25 de abril del 2022.

 

Reparaciones de concreto incluyendo la acera, la cuneta y rampas de acceso se llevaran a cabo en las siguientes calles::

 

PICO STREET ENTRE S. BRAND BLVD. Y KALISHER ST.

El acceso a esta calle será limitado durante pavimentación.

 

Estos mejoramientos son financiados por CDBG/HUD y serán construidos sin ningún costo a usted. Haremos todo lo posible para reducir cualquier inconveniente. Su cooperación y asistencia durante este periodo será agradecido. Le pedimos lo siguiente:

 

  • No estacione su vehículo en la calle cuando lo prohibimos con el rotulo “No Parking.”
  • No riegue al césped antes y durante el trabajo de pavimentación.
  • No maneje su vehículo en áreas recién pavimentadas sino hasta que removamos las barricadas, incluyendo la calle, entrada de vehículos, y banqueta.

Si tiene algunas sugerencias, una consideración especial, o preguntas, favor de llamar al Departamento de Obras Publicas al (818) 898-1222. Estamos aquí para servirle.

Caltrans 55-Hour Weekend Closure of I-210 to SR-118 Connector in Pacoima (5/13/22 – 5/16/22)
 

PACOIMA – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closure of the westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) to westbound State Route 118 (SR-118) connector in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, May 13, 2022, at 10 p.m. through Monday, May 16, 2022, at 5 a.m.:

  • Westbound I-210 to westbound SR-118 connector
  • One lane closed between Osborne St./Foothill Blvd off-ramp and SR-118
  • Westbound Paxton St. off-ramp

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans to Close Multiple I-210 Ramps in San Fernando Valley for 45 Days (beginning 4/26/22)
 

LAKE VIEW TERRACE – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces long-term closures of multiple westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) on and off-ramps in Lake View Terrace and Sylmar for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be closing the following ramps on westbound I-210 for up to 45 days:

  • Foothill Blvd./Osborne St. on and off-ramps beginning Tuesday, Apr. 26, 2022 at 7 p.m.
  • Maclay St. on and off-ramps beginning Tuesday, Apr. 26, 2022 at 7 p.m.

Additionally, crews will be reopening the Wheatland Ave. ramps on Tuesday, April 26 after undergoing a long-term closure in March. The closure of the ramps will allow provide additional room for crews to pave the far-right lane. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route during the closure duration. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans Announces 55-Hour Weekend Closure of I-210 to SR-118 Connector in Pacoima (4/22/22 – 4/25/22) 
 

PACOIMA – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closure of the westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) to westbound State Route 118 (SR-118) connector in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, April 22 at 10 p.m. through Monday, April 25 at 5 a.m.:

  • Westbound I-210 to westbound SR-118 connector
  • One lane closed between Osborne St./Foothill Blvd off-ramp and SR-118
  • Westbound Paxton St. off-ramp

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans Announces 45-Day Closure of I-210 Foothill Blvd. Ramps (Beginning 3/28/22)
 

LAKE VIEW TERRACE –  The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces long-term closures of multiple westbound Interstate 210 (I-210) on and off-ramps in Lake View Terrace and Sylmar for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be closing the following ramps on westbound I-210 for up to 45 days:

  • Wheatland Ave. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, Mar. 28, 2022 at 7 p.m.
  • Foothill Blvd./Osborne St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, Apr. 26, 2022 at 7 p.m. (REVISED DATE)
  • Maclay St. on and off-ramps beginning Monday, Apr. 26, 2022 at 7 p.m.

The closure of the ramps will allow provide additional room for crews to pave the far-right lane. Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route during the closure duration. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Full Closures of I-210 in San Fernando Valley for Striping Work

LOS ANGELES – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces overnight full closures of Interstate 210 (I-210) in the San Fernando Valley for striping and staging of a temporary lane configuration for a paving project. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

The overnight closures will take place between 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. on Monday, March 7, 2022 through Friday, March 11, 2022. The closures are as follows:

  • Full closure of eastbound I-210 between State Route 118 (SR-118) and Wheatland Ave.
  • Eastbound SR-118 to eastbound I-210 connector
  • Eastbound Foothill Blvd/Osborne St. ramps
  • Eastbound Wheatland Ave Ramps

Some closures may start and end later. All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists should expect delays and are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans Updates for the I-210 Pavement Project in the East San Fernando Valley (2/26/22 – 3/7/22)

  • Eastbound I-210 Paxton ramps are now OPEN! Crews reopened the ramps yesterday after completing paving work. This was the last long-term ramp closure in the eastbound direction.
  • 33-Hour Extended Weekend Closures – Crews will be closing the EB SR-118 to EB I-210 connector on the following weekends: Feb. 26 – Feb. 28 and Mar. 5 – Mar. 7
  • Traffic Shift – Crews will begin realigning the freeway lanes on I-210 the week of Mar. 7. The westbound lanes will have a similar alignment that is currently in place in the eastbound direction, including the use of a bypass lane that is open to ALL motorists. The eastbound lanes will be aligned without a bypass lane.
  • What to expect? There will be at least one extended weekend closure on westbound I-210 near the Osborne St ramps for paving work at a date to be determined. Ramps in the westbound direction will also have long-term closures at a date later to be determined. 

Click here for a general closure schedule of what facilities can be closed. As a reminder, the speed limit in the construction zone is 55 MPH. Please slow down when crews are in the work zone.

Caltrans Announces Extended Weekend Closures on Eastbound I-210 in Sylmar (2/4/22 – 2/7/22)

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closures of eastbound Interstate 210 (I-210) in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, February 4, 2022, at 10 p.m., through Monday, February 7, 2022, at 6 a.m.:

  • Closure of eastbound I-210 right lane from Maclay St. to Paxton St.
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 Maclay St. on-ramp
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 to westbound SR-118 connector
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 Paxton off-ramp

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use southbound I-5 to eastbound SR-118 as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

Caltrans Announces Extended Weekend Closures on Eastbound I-210 in Sylmar (1/28/22 – 1/31/22)

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces an extended weekend closures of eastbound Interstate 210 (I-210) in the San Fernando Valley for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be conducting the following closures on Friday, Jan. 28 at 10 p.m. through Monday, Jan. 31 at 6 a.m.:

  • Closure of eastbound I-210 right lane from Maclay St. to Paxton St.
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 Maclay St. on-ramp
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 to westbound SR-118 connector
  • Closure of eastbound I-210 Paxton off-ramp

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to use southbound I-5 as an alternate route to their destination and to expect delays. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”  

Caltrans Announces 45-Day Closure of I-210 Paxton Street Ramps (Beginning 1/10/22)

SYLMAR – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces a long-term closure of the eastbound Interstate 210 (I-210) Paxton St. ramps in Sylmar for paving work. Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities.

Crews will be closing the eastbound I-210 Paxton St. on and off-ramps for up to 45 days beginning Monday, Jan. 10, 2022 at 7 p.m. The closure of the ramps will allow provide additional room for crews to pave the far-right lane in the area.

All closures are weather permitting and subject to change. Drivers are encouraged to check traffic conditions before leaving to their destination by visiting the Caltrans Quickmap.

The work on I-210 is part of a $135.5 million project replacing all lanes of I-210 with new pavement from Wheatland Ave to I-5. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Overhead sign structures, traffic loop detectors, center median barrier, and the guardrail system are also being upgraded by this project.

Caltrans reminds drivers to be “Work Zone Alert” and to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”

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