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  • Notices and Closures

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    Santa Cruz

    Caution:  March 30: Construction of a temporary bridge across the Santa Cruz River for the purpose of supporting temporary sanitary sewer mains that will be used to divert sewage while an existing sanitary sewer siphon across the Santa Cruz Bridge is being repaired. The contractor will build temporary detours on both east and west banks, so The Loop will remain open during construction. Detours are scheduled to begin March 30. 

    Closed:  Beginning March 13, The Loop will be closed to all pedestrian and bicycle traffic between Twin Peaks Road and the Wade McLean Neighborhood Park located north of Cortaro Road. The closure is scheduled to be in place through late 2023. 

    Closed:  Jan. 11-May:  The Loop will be closed to all pedestrian and bicycle traffic from the access path at Blue Crossing Way south to Twin Peaks Road. This portion of the pathway will be closed from Jan. 11 through May while pipe is installed for a new dual-force main sewer system between the Continental Ranch Regional Pump Station (CRRPS) and the Tres Ríos Water Reclamation Facility. 


    Caution:  Beginning January 17, Granite Construction will be replacing the bridge barrier along Oracle Road at the Rillito River. This is part of the Arizona Department of Transportation Oracle Project. During Loop park hours (dawn to dusk) the pathway will remain open, and users will be protected by overhang structures to catch any falling debris. In the event or necessity of a full path closure, detours will be in place. Please use caution when going through the area. 

    Closed:  Jan. 16-April 30:  The westbound lane of The Loop along the north bank of the Rillito River near Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club at 4001 N. Country Club Road will be closed through the end of April. 


    Other Notices

    Please Note:  Please remember that Pima County requires dogs to be leashed and under control unless on your own property. This applies to public spaces such as parks, trails, The Loop, open space, nature resource areas, river beds and most every public space except “dog parks.” For more information on responsible pet ownership, please visit the Pet Resources website.
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