A notice from SDG&E regarding Pomerado Road:
As you are aware, San Diego Gas and Electric Company (SDG&E) recently completed construction of the Sycamore to Penasquitos 230 kilovolt (kV) Transmission Line Project (Project). The Project is already providing heightened reliability and greater flexibility in the integration of renewable energy into our system, while eliminating potential long-term visual impacts by placing the majority of the transmission line underground.
This notice is to provide you with a schedule of remaining Pomerado Road restoration and repaving activities from Avenida Magnifica to the Caltrans Right-of-Way just east of Interstate 15 and will serve as the final notice for this Project.
A full closure of this section of Pomerado Road will be in effect Saturdays and Sundays (see dates below) between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and a one lane closure will be in effect for work activities on Fridays and Mondays between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Hours are subject to change due to compliance with City of San Diego approved Traffic Control Permits.
Please keep in mind, construction dates are subject to change according to compliance requirements, inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
January 11-14: Grind and Cap
Saturday: Finish Grinding if needed and Start Paving (Scripps Ranch to Avenida Magnifica full closure)
Sunday: Pave (I-15 to Scripps Ranch full closure)
Monday: Pave if necessary, Cleanup
January 18-21: Striping
Monday: Finish stripe
January 25-28: Markers and Thermoplastic
Friday: Remaining Markout, if any. If not, begin markers/thermoplastic
Monday: Thermoplastic if not complete Sunday
February 1-4: Loop Install
Friday: Markout if not already done, install loops
Saturday: Loop install
Sunday: Loop install
Monday: Loop install if not completed Sunday
Residents to the south of this section of Pomerado Road will have ingress/egress availability, however there will be no through access on Pomerado Road during weekend work activities. Please be advised to follow all traffic control flaggers on location and allow for extra time to get into and out of your communities. First responders and emergency vehicles will always have access.
SDG&E will continue to work closely with local communities to ensure construction activities are as least disruptive as possible. We too, live and work in the communities where construction is taking place. SDG&E respects your streets and neighborhoods by driving and working safely and with respect to the environment and surrounding communities.