Mission and Anacapa Street Project Updates

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Mission and Anacapa Street Project Updates
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Source: City of Santa Barbara

Mission Street Project Update

Granite Construction is continuing to work on the storm drain connection at the northwest corner of De La Vina and Mission Streets. De La Vina is open to through traffic starting today.

This past weekend, Granite poured the sidewalk access ramps at the northeast and northwest corners of Castillo and Mission Streets along with the concrete cross gutter. This week, Granite will pour the final access ramp at the northwest corner of De La Vina and Mission Streets, completing all concrete access ramp work by the end of the week.

The Mission Street Paving Project is scheduled to be completed by mid-October.

The City is appreciative of the community’s continued patience and cooperation during this important safety project. T o receive updates, please subscribe on the project website: www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/MissionStreetPaving

Construction on Anapamu Street

Anapamu Street between State and Anacapa will have temporary traffic control in place throughout September to construct street improvements. The traffic control will include a detour for eastbound traffic to Victoria Street and a sidewalk closure on the south side of Anapamu. A pedestrian detour to the Central Library north entrance will be provided.

The improvements include a curb extension at the mid-block crosswalk with Granada Garage. The MTD bus stop will be relocated further to the east, which required the curb extension for better traffic visibility and flow. These improvements are a condition of approval of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Renovation Project.

If you have questions about this work, please contact:

  • Public Works Engineering Division at (805) 564-5363
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, John Coplin, at [email protected]
  • Diana Building Corporation, Bruce Collar, at [email protected]

For more information on the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Renovation, please visit https://campaign.sbma.net/renovation.

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