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Posted on: June 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Menifee Street Project and Construction Updates - Week of June 20, 2022


Murrieta Road at Newport Road 

Murrieta Road will be closed from Murphy Ranch Road to La Piedra Road as EMWD continues work on the Murrieta Road Transmission Pipeline Project. The closure has been extended and is expected to remain in place through June 25.

Please visit for additional updates on this project.

Palomar Road at Matthews Road (Case Road) – Storm Drain Improvements 

Palomar Road remains open.

Goetz Road – North of Kabian Park – Southern California Edison (SCE) Utility Undergrounding Project 

SCE undergrounding work continues on Goetz Road north of Kabian Park with intermittent lane closures occurring to support road shoulder work.

Menifee Road Improvements – North of Matthews Road

All lanes have been reopened at this location as the work on this project has been completed.

Murrieta Road and Sun City Boulevard – Traffic Signal Improvements – Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Project

The planned closure of Sun City Boulevard and the west side of Murrieta Road has been delayed until further notice due to shortages of construction material availability. Additional updates about this closure will be provided as new information becomes available.

Scott Road between Menifee Road and Briggs Road – Sumac Ridge Utility Work

Intermittent traffic control continues on Scott Road in support of this utility construction project. 

Holland Road – SoCal Gas (SCG) Line Installation

Traffic control is no longer in place at this location as work is nearing completion. SCG is currently in the process of completing paving restoration on Corson Avenue. Restoration of Holland Road is scheduled to take place in the next two weeks.

Potomac and Meadows Resurfacing – Pavement Management Program (PMP) Project

The majority of roadway crack seal work was completed on June 15 for Potomac and Meadows. The pavement work is expected to resume within the next two weeks to complete the pavement rehabilitation project. For a map of street locations that will be resurfaced through this project, please click here to visit the project page on the City’s website.

Garbani Road and Menifee Road – Traffic Signal Improvements 

Traffic signal improvement work continues to require intermittent traffic control near this intersection. Flagmen are present and assisting with traffic flow as shoulder and drainage improvements continue.

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