Mission Gorge Road Settlement Emergency Repair Project

Project Background

On June 1, 2016 the two south and north bound lanes of Mission Gorge Road, between Old Cliffs Road and Greenbrier Avenue, were closed because of road settlement damage indicating the possible presence of a potential sink hole. Work on this emergency project started on June 7, 2016 and is located in the Grantville neighborhood of City Council District 7. The emergency project will investigate the reasons for soil settlement and restore the integrity of the damaged street segment, the median and below ground utilities to their operating condition.

Email Updates

All efforts will be taken to minimize impacts to the residents and businesses in the community. To help keep the community informed about the anticipated construction activities and impacts, updates will be emailed to subscribers as significant events occur.

To receive updates, submit your email address in the "Join our Email List" box on the right side of this page and select the "Project Updates: Mission Gorge Road Settlement Emergency Repair Project" email self-subscribe list. To view previous email updates for this project, please visit the email archive page.

Anticipated Schedule

Work on this emergency project began on June 7, 2016 and is anticipated  to be complete in fall 2017.*

* The construction schedule on this emergency project is approximate and subject to change; please visit this web page regularly to view any schedule changes.

Contact Us

For questions or concerns about the project, call the Public Works Department construction project information line at 619-533-4207, email [email protected], or submit your inquiry online. Please reference "Mission Gorge Road Settlement Emergency Repair Project” in your inquiry.