Palmdale officials have announced a number of road closures for the upcoming week.

The closures, in effect through Sunday unless otherwise noted, include:

• Intermittent lane closures on 30th Street West from Towncenter Drive to Avenue P-8 for utility adjustments.

• Closure of Parkwood Drive or The Groves north of Avenue S for street rehabilitation. Because of the moving construction, either of the streets will be closed to traffic.

• North side of Avenue R east of 35th Street East for shoulder work and street improvements.

• Intermittent parking lot closures in the Barrel Springs parking lot on the west side of 25th Street East north of Pearblossom Highway for parking lot grading.

• Avenue S from 45th to 50th streets east, intermittent lane closures for resurfacing work and median improvements, including intermittent closures of left turn lanes at 47th Street East and State Route 138. Traffic control may be left in place overnight. Consider an alternate east/west route such as Avenue R, Palmdale Boulevard or Pearblossom Highway.

• Intermittent parking space closures on the south and east side of the Park and Ride parking lot on the south side of Avenue S for tree trimming.

• Flagged single lane closure on Sierra Highway for 1,000 feet north and south of Barrel Springs Road for Palmdale Water District mainline improvements.

• Rancho Vista Boulevard at Town Center Drive, intermittent lane and street closures for street improvement construction.

• Taintor Road between Delacour Drive and Hendon Drive, intermittent lane and street closures for street improvement construction.

• Intermittent lane closures of the eastbound No. 2 lane of Avenue S west of 25th Street East for tree removal and maintenance.

• Intermittent lane closures on Avenue T between 65th and 70th streets east for storm drain installation.

• Intermittent street and lane closures on Challenger Way between Columbia Way (Avenue M) and Avenue L for road work.

• Intermittent lane closure on Avenue O-8 at 11th Street West for utility and street improvements. Traffic signal may be flashing red (four-way stop) at times for certain phases of the traffic control plan.

• The City of Palmdale has hired Manhole Adjusting, Inc. to implement its yearly residential road cape seal treatment program, which will be done in various neighborhoods. Everyone affected will receive a notice explaining the general process and a detailed notice identifying any street closures. This is a multistage project that will restrict on-street parking during the surface preparation phase and require daytime street closures during the chip seal and slurry seal phases. Residents may be required to park a short distance from their homes or immediate streets while the work phase is completed, as will be indicated on the no-parking signs. All streets will be open at the end of the work day. Contact Manhole Adjusting, Inc. directly at (323) 558-8000 regarding any questions or concerns.

Lancaster officials have announced a number of road closures for the upcoming week.

The closures, in effect through Sunday unless otherwise noted, include:

• Intermittent lane and intersection closures and detours on 10th Street West between Avenue H and Lancaster Boulevard due to Public Works Construction Project 16-004. Improvements include bulb-outs, ADA ramps, bike lanes, raised landscaped medians and street repairs.

• Moving lane closures on 10th Street West between Lancaster Boulevard and Avenue L, and on Avenue L between Sierra Highway and 10th Street West, due to Public Works Construction Project 21-001.

• Intermittent lane closures on Sierra Highway between avenues H and Avenue J; Avenue K between 20th and 25th streets west; Avenue J-12 at 17th Street West, and Avenue H between 25th and 35th streets west for sidewalk, curb, and gutter repairs related to Public Works Construction Project 20-010.

• Lane closures on Challenger Way between Avenue L and Avenue K-12/James Court, and shoulder closures between avenues L and L-12, due to gas main installation by Southern California Gas Co.

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