Our engineering team is hard at work preparing the MSE Wall documents and work on the structure will begin within the next few weeks.
Parking has been made available in specific areas within the construction zone while the MSE Wall documents are being prepared. The Harbor Community’s, nearby resident’s, and public’s, patience during construction has been very much appreciated and we are pleased to be able to provide some additional parking, even if only temporarily. All parking areas are included in the Live Oak Parking Program.
Vehicles may park on the south side of East Cliff Drive along the beach.
On the north side of East Cliff Drive, vehicles may park in the designated parking area, which will accommodate four vehicles.
Daily and seasonal permits are available. Please visit http://www.dpw.co.santa-cruz.ca.us/Home/ParkingPrograms.aspx for more information about the Live Oak Parking Program.
Parking will be available in these areas until construction on the MSE Wall begins.
No Parking Zones
The shoulder around the corner of East Cliff Drive and 7th Avenue remains a No Parking Zone due to the narrow width of the road at that location. There is not enough room for vehicles to park on the shoulder and for cars to safely pass.
On the north side of East Cliff Drive, the only available parking is in the four stall designated area. All other areas on the north side of East Cliff Drive are No Parking Zones, including along the curb.
The traffic control system, including barricades, delineators, signs, etc., has been designed and installed with the goal of providing safe passage for all who wish to travel through the construction zone, whether by foot, car, or bicycle. When components of the traffic control system are moved by unauthorized persons, the safety of the travelling public can be compromised. We ask that those who visit the Twin Lakes area please refrain from disturbing the traffic control system so we can keep it safe for all.
As summer gets started, more pedestrians, bicycles, and cars are making their way through the construction zone to take in all that the Twin Lakes Beach and Harbor areas have to offer. We would like to remind everyone to please use caution when moving through the project site, obey all signage, and please share the road.
We appreciate the public’s patience during the construction process and look forward to the completion of the improvements in November, 2017. The completion date is subject to change due to weather or other conditions.
Questions and comments may be directed to Cristina Crocker, Resident Engineer, (831) 477-3956, Cristina.email@example.com .