Camp Pendleton Holiday Gate Closures

Camp Pendleton gates will be closed for several days around the upcoming holidays. Here is a schedule of those closures.

Del Mar Gate: Closed from 8:00 pm Friday, December 22 Dec through 6:00 am Wednesday, December 27.

Pulgas Gate: Closed 8:00 pm Friday, December 22 through 5:30 am Tuesday, December 26.

Del Mar Gate: Closed 8:00 pm Friday, December 29 through 6:00 Wednesday January 3

Pulgas Gate: Closed 8:00 pm Friday, December 29 through 5:30 am Tuesday, January 2

City of Fullerton Survey

The City of Fullerton is proposing road safety improvements along Harbor Blvd, between Bastanchury and Brea Rd/Valley View – approximately between St. Jude Hospital and Hillcrest Park. This area, which has a 50 mpg speed limit, currently has narrow bike lanes and missing sidewalks. The City’s survey seeks input on bike lanes, sidewalks, street lighting, and traffic calming measures. This is an exciting proposal that could lead to some much-needed changes on Harbor Blvd!

Please consider providing your input by completing the Survey

Camp Pendleton Closure

From CalTrans:

“Due to military operations, the bike path from the Las Pulgas Gate to the southern edge of the San Onofre Beach State Park will be closed to the public from 27 Nov to 1 Dec and possibly on 2 Dec depending on ship schedule. The closure will be daily from 6 AM to 6 PM.  Public should monitor Camp Pendleton social media to find out if the path will remain closed on 2 Dec.”

Buena Park Complete Streets Survey

Buena Park is working on the design for a complete streets project called the Dale / Whitaker Complete Streets Project. This project would be on Dale Street from Auto Center Drive to Malvern Avenue, and Whitaker Street from Stanton Avenue to the east city limits. This project is still in the design phase, and the city is holding public meetings to discuss the project and ask for design input from affected residents.

Please read some more information on this project and take this survey to give the city some ideas for the project! The survey has 13 questions, and should take 4 to 5 minutes to complete.