Chula Vista Bayfront Construction Update: Road Closures and Bayside Park Access Notice
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As part of the Chula Vista Bayfront redevelopment, construction crews are preparing to build and install new public roads and infrastructure in support of the future Gaylord Pacific Resort and Convention Center now under construction. This work impacts access to Bayside Park, some bayfront businesses, and the Bayshore Bikeway.
Starting on or shortly after Monday, August 22, 2022, G Street between Marina Parkway and Bayside Park will be temporarily closed and Quay Avenue south of G Street will be permanently closed. To get to Bayside Park and Marine Group Boat Works, use H Street to Marina Parkway to Sandpiper Way, which will extend to and through the park via a temporary access road. Directional and detour signs will be posted at least five days before closures begin. (Access to Bayside Park and Marine Group Boat Works will not be available from Lagoon Drive during the temporary G Street closure.)
The G Street closure, the second phase of an approximately three-year construction schedule (May 2022 – May 2025), is anticipated to end in August 2023. Details about future phases will be sent at a later date.
Closures and Detours
- Beginning on or shortly after Monday, August 22, 2022 (directional and detour signs will be posted at least five days before closures begin):
- G Street between Marina Parkway and Bayside Parkway will be TEMPORARILY CLOSED until approximately August 2023.
- To access Bayside Park and Marine Group Boat Works, use H Street to Marina Parkway to Sandpiper Way, which now extends via a temporary access road. (Access to Bayside Park and Marine Group Boat Works will not be available from Lagoon Drive during the temporary G Street closure.)
- Quay Avenue south of G Street will PERMANENTLY CLOSE.
- Other Closures:
- Sandpiper Way between Chula Vista Marina and G Street PERMANENTLY CLOSED in May 2022.
- Bayside Parkway between Quay Avenue and Sandpiper Way PERMANENTLY CLOSED in May 2022.
- For public safety, public access to Bayside Park will be limited or unavailable at times. Plus, no event permits will be issued.
- Bayshore Bikeway – the path toward the shoreline will remain open; however, some of the streetside bike lanes will close and detours will direct cyclists to alternate new and existing bike lanes.
For more information about this project, go to portofsandiego.org/chulavistabayfront.
The Chula Vista Bayfront project envisions a world-class destination in the South Bay – a unique place for people to live, work and play. This redevelopment is designed to create new public parks and recreational adventures, improve the natural habitat, offer new dining and shopping options, provide a world-class hotel and convention center, and more – all for residents and coastal visitors to enjoy.
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