Laguna Beach Village Entrance ProjectFinal Phase: 2B
Final Phase Work Begins
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Construction of the final phase of the Village Entrance Project begins on February 18, 2020 and will require closure of the Lumberyard parking lot (Lot 12). Lots 10 and 11 will be open and available to the public.
Phase 2 Project Progress to Date
During the final phase of construction, parking spaces around the Digester building will be available to the public on evenings and weekends.
Parking around the Digester is reserved for City Hall employees Monday - Friday between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Click Here to Watch a Video on the Village Entrance Project Phase 2 Progress
Village Entrance Project Phase 2A Key Achievements
- Completed hardscape improvements including curbs, gutters, permeable decorative pavers, and asphalt pavement
- Completed construction of new Police Department storage building and Fuel Island for City vehicles
- Installation of storm drains, water quality basins, and irrigation
- Installation of new LED lighting throughout the area
- Inspection and planting of low water-use trees and landscaping at site
Phase 2A included the installation of additional channel fencing along both sides of the drainage channel
in Final Phase 2B
- Reconstruct Lumberyard Parking Lot
- Reconfigure Parking Within Lumberyard Parking Lot
- Install Additional Landscaping
When Complete, the Village Entrance Project Will Provide 370 Vehicle Parking Spaces
Available parking shown in new Village Entrance Parking Lot 11
The Village Entrance Project features wide walking trails, new bicycle racks and new pedestrian paths made from decorative concrete and decomposed granite.
Paved roads, bridges, and new parking lots support better circulation and traffic flow at the Village Entrance Project site creating a safer environment for pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles.
Final Project Phase 2B
February 2020-May 2020
Watch the Video Below to See Progress Made During Phase 1 of the Village Entrance Project
Your Village Entrance Project Team
From Left to Right: Tom Perez, Village Entrance Project Director; Shohreh Dupuis, Assistant City Manager; and Mark Trestik, City Engineer.