July Fourth road closures announced

Solana Circle at Via de la Valle and Nardo Avenue at Solana Circle will be closed to traffic from 8 to 10 p.m. July 4.

The city of Solana Beach coordinated with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department to initiate the road closure for a safe and orderly viewing of the Fourth of July fireworks.

Local neighborhoods have been greatly impacted in the past by traffic that passes the Solana Circle during the fireworks display that takes place at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Residents who live on the east and west sides of Solana Circle are asked to cooperate and make advance plans. No vehicles will be allowed to access Solana Circle or the attached driveways after 8 p.m. until the streets are officially reopened.

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  4. Road work to cause delays near Rancho Santa Fe
  5. Officials mark completion of road project

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