The City has project and construction updates to share with the community. For a current list of street projects and construction updates, visit our interactive mobile and web map at www.cityofmenifee.us/traffic.
Holland Road Overpass – City Capital Improvement Project
The City is actively performing work related to the Holland Road Overpass project. Holland Road between Hanover Lane and Antelope Road will remain closed for the duration of the project, which is expected to last 15 months. There will also be alternating lane closures on the I-215 Freeway from Newport Road to Scott Road during the week of Monday, September 4. Up to two lanes will be closed and one lane will remain open as work is being completed. Expected dates and times are listed below:
Tuesday, September 5 – Thursday, September 7
- Southbound I-215: 8 p.m. – 4 a.m.
- Northbound I-215: 9 p.m. – 5 a.m.
Friday, September 8
- Northbound I-215: 9 p.m. – 6 a.m.
- Southbound I-215: 11 p.m. – 6 a.m.
For additional information and to sign up for project updates, visit www.hollandoverpass.com.
School Zone Signs and Marking Refresh
The City’s Public Works Street Maintenance crews completed work near Ridgemoor Elementary and Chester Morrison Elementary. Crews continue to work on marking refresh in the areas of Evans Ranch Elementary, Taawila Elementary, and Quail Valley Elementary, and are anticipated to be completed on Friday, September 1. Crews will start refreshing stop legends at locations throughout the Romoland School District during the week of Monday, September 4. Traffic impacts are expected to be minor; however, motorists should avoid areas with wet paint signage. Work locations will continue to be updated weekly.
Romoland Grid Resurfacing – Capital Improvement Project
The City has completed the slurry phase of the resurfacing project in the area of Jackson Avenue, Ethanac Road east of Sherman Road. Roadway striping work is scheduled to start in early September. Project updates will be provided at that time. All traffic lanes are open at this time.
SCE Work on Menifee Road – Newport to Holland
Southern California Edison (SCE) has completed work at the intersection of Newport Road and Menifee Road by mid-August. Work will continue in the landscaped right-of-way along Menifee Road between Newport Road and Holland Road with minimal impact to traffic flow. Traffic control will be in place, if necessary, but is not expected to be needed for the duration of the project. Completion of the entire project is expected by the end of September 2023.
SoCal Gas Company – Lazy Creek Neighborhood (Lazy Creek Road and Evans Road)
Southern California Gas Company has completed the installation of gas line connections in the Lazy Creek neighborhood. All roads are open and traffic control has been removed. Additional paving work will occur in mid-September and project updates will be provided at that time.
Bradley Road at Holland Road – Storm Drain/Sewer Construction Work
Sewer mainline facilities are currently being installed adjacent to Holland Road as part of the Menifee 80 residential housing tract. Storm drain work will begin the week of Monday, September 4, and updates for this project will be provided when work proceeds. Holland Road is currently open in all traffic directions at this time.
Murrieta Road and La Piedra Road – New Traffic Signal
The developer of Quartz Ranch is currently installing a new traffic signal at the intersection of Murrieta Road and La Piedra Road. Lanes may be reduced to a single lane with flaggers present during construction. Detours will be posted. Traffic delays should be expected through the end of September 2023.