Construction in Del Mar will create traffic detours

Construction of the bi-annual Utility Improvements Project will need to implement several traffic detours along Camino del Mar in Del Mar Jan. 6-10.  The work is required to replace a broken 8-inch water main that was disconnected last year.

Traffic signs and flaggers will divert Camino del Mar traffic between the Del Mar Village and the Beach Colony, via 15th Street and Coast Boulevard.  Traffic merging on and off Jimmy Durante Boulevard will not be affected.  All detours are scheduled on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, contact the City of Del Mar’s Public Works Department at 858-755-3294.

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  3. Some Del Mar streets to temporarily close April 29 for La Jolla Half Marathon
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  5. Crime report Sept. 18

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