It’s almost that time of year! Don’t miss out on an evening of cocktails, scrumptious appetizers, dinner, desert and dancing at the Bali Hai on December 8, 2023. Holiday party details coming in November. We hope to see you there!
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Caltrans has scheduled two major 56-hour weekend closures in September through downtown San Diego on Interstate 5 (I-5) to repair the bridge deck over State Route 163 (SR-163). Crews will close lanes to repair the bridge deck in both directions of I-5 on separate weekends.
The southbound closure will begin at Interstate 8 (I-8) on Friday, September 8 at 9 p.m. through Monday September 11 at 5 a.m. with all traffic detoured to eastbound I-8. At least one lane of southbound I-5 will remain accessible from on-ramps south of I-8 for limited local and airport traffic. The Fifth Avenue on-ramp will be closed to limit the amount of traffic using the single lane through the construction area. Southbound I-5 through motorists is advised to take southbound Interstate 805 (I-805) before they are redirected eastbound on I-8 to avoid traffic delays through downtown. Click Here for more information.
Hurricane Hillary is expected to bring strong winds and rain to San Diego County as early as Saturday night, through Monday morning. Because of this, we are advising all residents to remove or secure any items (furniture cushions, umbrellas, tables, potted plants, heaters, etc.) on your balcony due to reported high winds this weekend. Many patio furniture cushions come with ties to keep them strapped down, however, if yours do not, these are usually the first item to fly off the balcony. You may not think that heavier items on your patio could be lifted off the deck by the wind due to perceived weight, but we have seen large items fly off patios causing a huge risk of serious damage to property or people below.