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 Utility relocation work for the Crow Canyon Road Widening Project between Alcosta Boulevard and St. George Road has begun and anticipated to be completed in late summer 2021. 

Most of the utility relocation work will be completed during weekday daytime hours, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., to reduce impacts to traffic and the surrounding residents.

PG&E has planned electrical outages on May 14th and May 26th as follows:

  • Friday, May 14th - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (8 hours) - 45 customers
  • Wednesday, May 26th - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (8 hours) - 196 customers

PG&E will notify all affected customers by mail. If you do not receive a letter from PG&E, your electricity should not be affected.

For pedestrian safety, the north sidewalk will be closed between El Capitan Drive and St. George Road until all utility relocation work is complete. When walking through this area, please use the following crosswalks - Crow Canyon Road at St. George Road and/or Crow Canyon Road at El Capitan Drive to detour to the south sidewalk and avoid construction.

Please watch for traffic control.


Construction of the Crow Canyon Road Widening Project is expected to begin in the Fall of 2021. This road widening work is a requirement of the Dougherty Valley Settlement Agreement and is being funded with Developer funds allocated specifically for this Project. The Project will construct one additional travel lane in each direction of Crow Canyon Road, between Alcosta Boulevard and St. George Road. In addition to the new lanes, the Project includes improved facilities for pedestrians such as: ADA upgrades, crosswalk consolidation, and conversion of sidewalk on the north side into a spacious walking path. Widened bike lanes with buffers and green conflict zone striping will be installed throughout the Project to provide additional delineation between vehicles and cyclists. New vibrant, drought-tolerant landscaping will be installed to enhance the roadway features. Updated traffic signals and streetlights, with the latest equipment and technology, will replace the existing older traffic signals and lighting. The existing lanes will be repaved at the same time as the widening to provide a new, smooth, and durable roadway.

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