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  • Notices and Closures

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    Rillito River Park

    Country Club: Pima County and its contractors will begin a repair Aug. 17 on the earthen slope along the north bank of the Rillito River just west of the Country Club Road bridge that will require closing The Chuck Huckelberry Loop until approximately the end of November. Loop users will be detoured to the south bank between Mountain Avenue and Country Club for the duration of the project. Signage will warn users of the upcoming detour. More info.

    Santa Cruz River Park

    Ina Road: The west bank of the Santa Cruz between Ina Road and El Rio Preserve/Continental Ranch will experience nearby construction activity  for the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department’s Continental Ranch Regional Pump Station Force Main Augmentation Project. Underground utility location (potholing) will begin on Nov. 16 and occur from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day (Monday through Friday) through approximately mid-December. Bicyclists and pedestrians should anticipate minor lane shifts and/or occasional temporary one-way lane closures when the potholing operations are near the Loop.

    Sunset Road: Pima County’s Regional Wastewater Reclamation Division will be performing sewer work that will impact the Santa Cruz section of the Loop between Sunset and Diamond. The closure begins Oct. 21 and will last through approximately Dec. 1. This is the section of the Loop running next to the I-10 frontage road. Loop users can use the “Scenic Route” along the east bank of the Santa Cruz from Diamond to Sunset. This closure would be from the north side of Diamond to the south side of Sunset. Users will find signs alerting them of the detour. The path will remain open on weekends. 

    Other Notices

    Please Note: Please remember that Pima County requires dogs to be leashed and under control unless on your own property. This applies to public spaces such as parks, trails, The Loop, open space, nature resource areas, river beds and most every public space except “dog parks.” For more information on responsible pet ownership, please visit the Pet Resources website
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