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PALOS VERDES ESTATES CLOSES PARKING AREAS TO HELP SLOW SPREAD OF COVID-19

March 27, 2020, The County Health Officer issued and addendum to the Safer at Home Order for Control of COVID-19 (here) that orders the closure of public trails and trailheads, beaches, piers, beach bike paths and beach access points.  To enforce this order, the following trail and beach access points in Palos Verdes Estates are hereby closed: 

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  • Malaga Dunes (2700 block Via Tejon)
  • Del Sol Fire Road
  • Access points at Del Sol and Via Campesina
  • 700 block of Paseo Del Mar
  • Paseo Del Mar and Via Chino
  • Swim Club Road (300 block of Paseo Del Mar)
  • Lunada Bay Trail Heads both of them
  • Lunado Canyon (Paseo Lunado st Via Rivera)
  • Apsley Trail (northbound side of Palos Verdes Drive West at Apsley)
  • “Pipes” (Cloyden Road and Paseo Del Mar)
  • Paseo Del Mar and Via Neve
  • Top of Via La Cuesta
  • Two trail heads in the 3000 blk of Paseo Del Campo
  • Punta Point
  • Trails behind St. Francis Church
  • End of Via Pinzon
  • No parking in the North Plaza
  • Tejon Fire Road
  • Torrance Boundary Trail
  • Palomino Trail

PALOS VERDES ESTATES CLOSES PARKING AREAS TO HELP SLOW SPREAD OF COVID-19

Palos Verdes Estates (March 26, 2020) - Over the weekend, Palos Verdes Estates Police personnel observed a high volume of visitors to City bluffs, beaches and trails despite the “Safer at Home” Public Health Officer Order calling for social distancing. Local cities have taken steps to close their close parks, beaches and trails until further notice. Palos Verdes Estates will do the same. Pursuant to PVEMC 2.28.140, effective Thursday, March 26, 2020, high impact areas will be closed and/or parking prohibited. This includes:

  • Closing the parking lot in the 300 block of Paseo Del Mar (at Beach Club and R.A.T. Beach)
  • Prohibit parking in the 700 block of Paseo Del Mar (at access road to Bluff Cove)
  • Closing the parking turnout in the 1300 block of Palos Verdes Drive West (at Paseo Del Mar overlook)
  • Restricting parking in the 2700 block of Via Tejon to Via Tejon residents only
  • Closing the Torrance Boundary Strip trailhead at Palos Verdes Boulevard

The City recognizes the health and well-being of our residents and the public as a top priority and is committed to keeping them safe. We ask that everyone heed the Los Angeles County Public Health’s “Safer at Home” order regarding social distancing and only leave their homes for essential activities. We all must do our part to “flatten the curve.”