The traffic pattern shift is slated to start on November 24, with a possibility it could happen sooner
From the City of Sanford
Due to the inclement weather over the last several days, the contractor working with the City of Sanford on the Riverwalk Trail and Roadway Project has found it necessary to push back the shift in the traffic pattern for one week, from November 17th to November 24th. There is a possibility that, depending on the contractor’s progress, the shift may happen sooner.
Beginning Tuesday morning November 24, the City of Sanford will be shifting the traffic pattern for continued progress on the Riverwalk Trail and Roadway Project.
The adjusted traffic pattern will shift eastward on Seminole Boulevard. The road will be closed between Mangoustine Avenue and Fulton Street.
Visitors to the Central Florida Zoo, along with the residents from The Preserves, Venetian Bay, Regatta Shores and Lake Monroe Apartments, will be able to enter and exit Seminole Boulevard from the east and west via Mangoustine Avenue and Monroe Road/CR-15.
Seminole Boulevard will also be closed at French Avenue. There will be no access westward. Residents of The Park at Ravello along with the businesses and residents of the Gateway at Riverwalk will have to enter and exit from the east at Park Avenue.
This traffic pattern will last approximately 6-8 weeks. The City encourages, “Please be patient and follow the detours.”