Alternative truck route set to minimize traffic from Rockport Ranch construction

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MENIFEE – The City of Menifee and the developer of the Rockport Ranch neighborhood have established a truck route for material hauling to reduce traffic impacts for residents and businesses that began Sept. 29. Lennar, the developer, is importing soil material to the project south of Old Newport Road and west of Briggs Road. The soil will be stored there until grading begins for the 305-home development. Hauling operations are scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and are expected to continue for five months. The project’s haul route within the city limits provides for truck travel on Antelope Road between Scott and Garbani roads, on Garbani Road between Antelope and Briggs roads, and on Briggs Road between Garbani Road and the project site. “The city wants to eliminate frustration for drivers as much as possible during construction and we appreciate their patience,” Mayor Bill Zimmerman said. “We hope this allows members of the public to more easily find alternative routes to reach their destinations and avoid truck traffic.” The 80-acre Rockport Ranch will include single-family homes and open space amenities, including a large lake, trails, a community pool, playgrounds and outdoor barbeque stations. “This is an important project for Menifee because it will provide additional residential housing inventory to meet demand in our growing city,” Mayor Pro Tempore Lesa Sobek said. For more information about the Rockport Ranch project, please contact the City of Menifee Public Works Engineering Division at (951) 723-3719. For information on other current development projects in the City of Menifee, visit www.cityofmenifee.us. Submitted by the City of Menifee.
MENIFEE – The City of Menifee and the developer of the Rockport Ranch neighborhood have established a truck route for material hauling to reduce traffic impacts for residents and businesses that began Sept. 29. Lennar, the developer, is importing soil material to the project south of Old Newport Road and west of Briggs Road. The soil will be stored there until grading begins for the 305-home development. Hauling operations are scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and are expected to continue for five months. The project’s haul route within the city limits provides for truck travel on Antelope Road between Scott and Garbani roads, on Garbani Road between Antelope and Briggs roads, and on Briggs Road between Garbani Road and the project site. “The cit
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