Detour-Closure alert for Elk Grove-Florin between Sheldon, Bond



The City of Elk Grove has issued a traffic and detour alert for next week.

From the City of Elk Grove


Union Pacific Railroad has scheduled repairs to their railroad crossing on Elk Grove-Florin Road between Bond Road and Sheldon Road beginning next Monday, March 25.

This is a full 24-hour road closure for five days, March 25-29. This closure will impact all northbound and southbound through traffic on Elk Grove-Florin Road travelling between Bond Road and Sheldon Road including emergency and pedestrian traffic. Access for all property owners and businesses will be maintained.

Increased Travel Times & Detours: Through traffic is advised to avoid this area during the closure period. Roadway users are advised to use alternative routes until project work is completed (see detour map). Detour signs and electronic message boards will be in place to alert motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists about the temporary closure.

Construction Activities: Project work to replace concrete panels at the railroad crossing will be performed by Union Pacific work crews.

Closure Period: The City of Elk Grove understands the challenges and inconvenience that commuters, residents, businesses, and pedestrians will experience during the closure period and ask for the public’s patience and cooperation as UP works to complete this project as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Re-opening: This stretch of Elk Grove-Florin Road is expected to re-open by 6:00 pm Friday, March 29.

For questions or more information, please contact the Public Works Maintenance hotline at (916) 687-3005.









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