San Vicente Road Traffic Controls
Expect traffic controls on San Vicente Road between San Diego Country Estates and just east of Wildcat Canyon as SDG&E works to underground the power lines. Construction is only permitted between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and road closure is not allowed. Total project timeline is estimated to last approximately eight -10 weeks.
Del Dios Striping (Caution: Wet Paint!)
DPW Striping Crew will be working on Del Dios Hwy starting Tuesday, Dec. 10, through Friday, Dec 12 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. Work will include refreshing all striping and roadway legends starting at Clauden Road (the Escondido city limit) and going west to the intersection of El Montevideo and Del Dios. Watch for message boards and other signage starting Dec 2. Plan your commute during those four days to include some minor traffic delays, but we will make every effort to minimize impact to motorists. Please also watch out for our crews and equipment, and do not drive across the wet paint.
Check out which County roads may be impacted from construction, repair, or movement of heavy equipment on our Road Closure page.
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Report road problems such as potholes and cracks, damaged or missing signs and more via the internet by completing our Road Service Request Form, or by calling 858) 694-3850. If this is an emergency, or after hours, or on weekends, call the San Diego County Sheriff Dispatcher at 858) 565-5262.
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