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Base Line Safety Improvement Project - Improved Traffic Flow - 11/29/16
Construction of Base Line from SR-210 to Boulder Avenue is near completion. The next major work involves pavement rehabilitation, which begins this week. Existing pavement grinding is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. A changeable message sign has been set on Base Line at SR-210 to alert motorists of the rough road and encourage the use of an alternative route. Asphalt paving is then scheduled for Thursday, which will provide a smooth surface for the majority of Base Line. Friday the contractor will prep the roadway for the overlay paving. Construction of rubber asphalt cap is set for Monday, December 5, 2016. The remaining items of work include adjustment of manholes, construction of in-pavement vehicle detection loops at Caltrans signal, traffic signal modifications at the intersection of Base Line and Seine Avenue, slurry seal and signing/striping. This project is anticipated to be completed by December 30, 2016.
Santa Ana Canyon Road Closure Notification - 11/22/16
There will be a continuous, full closure of Santa Ana Canyon Road between Aplin Street and North Fork Road for three weeks, beginning Monday, November 28th, at 8:30 a.m., and ending Friday, December 16th, at 4:00 p.m. This closure is required for construction of new street improvements for the Highland Hills Residential Subdivision. Road closure notification signs have been placed in advance of the scheduled street closure and detour signs will be placed to guide traffic around the 3-week road closure.
Attention San Bernardino County Property Owners:
The property tax deadline, December 12, is almost here!
SBREP Holiday Light Exchange and Free Energy Efficiency Starter Kits
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Community Trails Day
You are invited to participate in the City of Highland Community Trails Committee's 20th Annual Trails Day Event, held Saturday, May 3.
This year, the Trails Day Event will take place at City of Highland's Natural Parkland and Trail located at the easterly terminus of Base Line. In addition, this Event will serve as the official Ribbon Cutting to mark the successful completion of the Natural Parkland Interpretive Trail Project, which has Interpretative Signage along the Trail sharing points of interest and facts about local the environment and local history. After the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, you are invited to participate in the Self-Guided Tour / Trail Route, which is approximately 1.15 miles in length and follows unimproved dirt trails. Participants should wear appropriate clothing and footwear. For more information, about the Trails Day Event, please contact Sergio Madera at (909) 864-8732 Extension 259 or drop by the Community Trails Booth (No. 20) at the Citrus Harvest Festival on Saturday, May 3rd.
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