Update on Jibboom Street Bridge: The Department of Regional Parks has received an updated work schedule from the contractor assigned to the Jibboom Street Bridge project. The closure of the bridge has been postponed until January 2, 2018. The completion date for the project remains unchanged.
The Jibboom Street Bridge, in Discovery Park, will be closed to all traffic (bicyclists, equestrians, pedestrians and vehicles) from January 2 - May 31, 2018.
Sacramento County Regional Parks and Sacramento County Department of Transportation are rehabilitating and repairing the bridge by replacing the metal decking and repainting the bridge. The Jibboom Street Bridge was originally constructed in 1931, and was partially rehabilitated in 1969. This current construction project is intended to prolong the life of the bridge, which is a key access point across the American River. Funding for the project is provided through the federal Highway Bridge Program, and work has been scheduled during winter months to minimize the impact to bicycle commuters and park visitors. Alternative bicycle crossings over the American River are located at mile 3 near Hwy 160 crossing and mile marker 7 at the H Street Bridge. While traffic may not cross Jibboom Street Bridge during the closure, Discovery Park remains open. Vehicles may access the Park at the Garden Highway entrance. Detour Map
Jibboom Street Bridge Closure Flyer
For more information, please contact Laura McCasland, 916 874-6280, or visit www.sacparks.net.
The Off-Paved Trail Cycling Pilot Program welcomes cyclists to ride on designated off-paved trails in Woodlake and Cal Expo areas of the American River Parkway. The pilot period is from September 2017 to 2020. Visit the Off-Paved Trail Cycling Pilot Program website for more information.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Off-Paved Cycling Pilot Trails in Cal Expo and Woodlake are open. Check back daily on the Parks Status page for current status.
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