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Notices and Closures

Pima County Field Closure Schedule 2021
Field Closure Schedule

For more information on Loop closures or events visit The Loop page or view our interactive map.

The Huckelberry Loop

Santa Cruz River Park

Walker Road to Canada del Oro: Pima County will begin repairing a damaged fiber connection, and this project will affect the Loop path at various points on the northwest side. On Monday, April 19, and Tuesday, April 20, work will be along the east side of the Loop pathway, southwest of the I-10 Frontage Road, between Walker Road to the north and Canada Del Oro to the south. The path will remain open, but bicyclists and pedestrians should plan to observe caution while traveling through the construction zone, and follow all posted signage. This is an ongoing project watch for further announcements for dates and locations of work being conducted.

Prince and La Cholla Area: Starting March 15, the Loop entrance along the Santa Cruz River at Prince and La Cholla will be closed to allow for a new storm drain installation into the Flowing Wells Wash, the closure is expected to last up to 60 days.

Marana Area: The Santa Cruz portion of The Loop will be closed north of Cal Portland Cement just behind Gladden Farms Community Park, 12205 N Tangerine Farms Rd. The project. slated for completion in late summer/early fall of 2021, is to facilitate construction of two new soccer fields along the Loop. The project is managed by the Town of Marana.

Rillito River Park

Country Club Road pedestrian bridge on west: Beginning the week of April 19th thru May 15th landscaping will be installed on the slope off the north bank of the Rillito River just west of the Country Club Road pedestrian bridge. The westbound lane of The Loop will be closed for approximately 18 days within the work period and Loop users will be sharing the eastbound lane. For one day there will be no access to this segment of the Loop during hydroseed application. Work hours will be Monday through Friday, 6 AM to 3 PM. Thank you for your patience during this Loop improvement project.

Other Notices

Please Note: Please remember that Pima County Code (Chapter 6.04.030) requires dogs to be leashed and under control and also requires pet waste to be immediately picked up and properly disposed of in a sanitary manner. 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: Thank you for your anticipated compliance.
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