7PM-6AM CLOSURE OF SOUTH BAY BOULEVARD BETWEEN LOS OSOS AND MORRO BAY AUGUST 13-18, 2023
From the City of Morro Bay - Roadway and shoulder construction work is scheduled to begin on the night of Sunday, August 13 continuing through Friday August 18, on South Bay Boulevard. The work area is between Quintana Road and the City Limits. South Bay Boulevard will be closed in both directions from Quintana Road to Turri Road (near Los Osos) overnight between the hours of 7pm – 6am from August 13 to the morning of August 16. From the evening of August 16 through August 18, the road will be open with alternating one-way traffic maintained by flaggers between the hours of 7pm – 6am with delays. No work is scheduled to be performed during the daytime hours.
Emergency work resulting from the March storm that washed out the road shoulder in several locations will be performed as well as necessary pavement rehabilitation work that has been delayed from earlier in the year due to excessive rain.
For more information, please contact Eric Riddiough, Morro Bay City Engineer
Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan
The County of San Luis Obispo and San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) has created and interactive website for the Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan. Please click the link below to be taken to the website where public comment can be made on the Interactive Map for the Concept Plan and see the Corridor survey.
The Los Osos Valley Road Corridor has been the subject of multiple planning efforts over the years. The purpose of this effort is to consolidate all of the planning and engineering into one comprehensive document. This exercise also allows for the opportunity of refining these planning policies and design efforts with further specificity and accuracy.
The Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan will consolidate and refine the improvements identified under the following plans and studies:
- 2020 Los Osos Community Plan
- 2021 Los Osos Circulation Study
- 2019 Froom Ranch Specific Plan Transportation Impact Study
- 2016 San Luis Obispo County Bikeways Plan
The Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan will remain as a conceptual design tool to facilitate corridor improvements in preparation of capital project delivery. The County will serve as the Lead Agency, in cooperation with SLOCOG, on implementation of this plan.
Ways to Get Involved
Throughout the entire process of developing the Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan, there are various ways to get involved with this project, including:
- Leave location-specific comments on the interactive project map
- Participate in the online survey
- Attend the public workshop (TBA, tentatively scheduled for September 2023)
- Attend a Board of Supervisors meeting
- Contact the County Department of Public Works
Contact the County to provide any additional feedback at:
Address 976 Osos St, Room 207, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401