The last storm, that ended on Saturday Feb. 25, wreaked havoc on Holly Street and on the Gabrielino Trail.
By News Desk
Pasadena lane closure
Roadway damage has occurred due to the recent storms, causing the closure of eastbound travel on Holly Street for an unknown duration. This will impact the eastbound traffic between Linda Vista and west of Arroyo Drive.
The Department of Transportation has developed a traffic control plan, and the Department of Public Works is utilizing an existing paving contractor to deploy traffic control and electronic signs to alert drivers. Holly Street will operate as one-way westbound.
Pasadena trail closure
The Gabrielino Trail has been washed out after significant rains this past weekend. Approximately 500 to 800 feet of trail was lost north of the forestry homes and south of Teddy’s Outpost.
The trail is impassable and closed until further notice. The City is assessing and evaluating the damage and subsequent repairs. There is no estimated time frame for repairs as they are still investigating the extent of the damage. For more information, call (626) 744-7311.
Source: City of Pasadena. Edited by Ann Hunnewell
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