STREET CLOSURES AND CONSTRUCTION ZONES
A permit is required to close an alley or a street or to impact parking. For information on Street Closure Permits relating to events, click here. For information on permits for construction related Street Closure Permits, click here.
The streets below will be closed or impacted due to either an event or construction for the dates listed. Please note that construction schedules are tentative and may change based on weather and other circumstances.
4th of July 2014
In order to make these events safe for participants and those
attending the events, streets in the downtown area will be
closed beginning at 10AM.
People attending the event need to follow the directions of
uniformed law enforcement and traffic control personnel to
ensure the efficient flow of traffic. Any vehicles found in
violation of parking regulations will be subject to citation
The Paso Robles Police Department will ensure the safety of all persons attending the event and has officers assigned. ALL codes and regulations will be strictly enforced. No fireworks, other than approved public displays, are allowed. If you possess or use fireworks, even Safe and Sane, you may be issued a citation and could be billed for emergency response. Dogs and unauthorized, unlicensed vendors are not allowed in the park during this event.
Individuals viewing the show from other locations must have permission to be on private property.
Highway 101 On- and Off-ramps
Riverside Ave, 13th Street Bridge
April 2012 - May 2014
Early April 2012 the 16th Street off-ramp at southbound Highway 101 will be closed. Traffic will need to use either 24th Street or Pine Street to exit the freeway.
In April 2012 (and lasting approximately 12 months), work to reconstruct the south side of 13th Street Bridge barrier over Highway 101 will begin. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes in lieu of the 13th Street Bridge as there will be traffic delays during construction.
Upon completion of the project, improvements will be as follows:
- Two left turn lanes at Highway 46 to access southbound Highway 101;
- Removal of the 16th Street southbound off-ramp at Highway 101;
- New southbound off-ramp at 17th Street from Highway 101;
- New southbound on-ramp at 17th Street to Highway 101;
- Reconfiguration of the 13th Street Bridge over Highway 101 to improve traffic flow.
A ten million dollar grant obtained through the joint efforts of the City of Paso Robles and the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) funds the work. The project is expected to be completed approximately Summer 2014.
Design of the project was completed in 2010 by URS Corporation. The construction contract was awarded to Papich Construction. Cannon of San Luis Obispo is assisting City staff with construction management oversight.
If you have questions about the project you may contact the City's Capital Project Engineer, Ditas Esperanza, at (805) 237-3861.
Should you require assistance during construction or have any
questions, please call the City of Paso Robles Public Works
Department at (805) 237-3861.