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  • Notices and Closures

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    Cañada del Oro

    Closed:  May 23Workers will seal coat The Loop path between La Cholla and La Cañada. Do not attempt to use The Loop in this area. Because of the heat, the path's surface will remain tacky for quite some time after it is seal coated.

    Detour:
    May 24, just north of Thornydale Road. Workers will repair cracks in path, short detour route parallels The Loop.

    Parking Lot Closure: Apr. 4 - May 31. The parking lot at 8831 N. La Cholla Boulevard will be closed due to construction. The Loop will remain open. For alternative parking in the area please see the Loop Interactive map. 

    Rillito

    Detour: May 3 - Aug 31. Because of a Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department sewer improvement project, Rio Vista Natural Resource Park access to the Loop will be closed at the north end of Tucson Blvd. The park and parking lot will remain open. Loop users are advised to use the Cactus Blvd. entrance to The Loop.

    Santa Cruz

    Caution: May 9 - 31, west bank, at Christopher Columbus Park.  Watch for workers and construction equipment crossing The Loop intermittently during daylight hours. Construction on the new fiber optic connection to the Pima Animal Care Center requires access to the Santa Cruz River. Use caution and follow instructions of flaggers. 

    Detour: Mar. 3 - Dec. 31, Be aware of major road construction on Ina Road west of the Santa Cruz bridge. North sidewalk on Ina Road bridge is closed.  Please use passages under the bridge and cross the river using south sidewalk.


    Closed: Apr. 12 - May 31, east bank between Julian Wash Greenway and Ajo Road will be closed for construction. Use the west bank.

     

    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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