NO RELIEF IN SIGHT FOR BLACK ROCK ROAD

NO RELIEF IN SIGHT FOR BLACK ROCK ROAD

Black Rock Road, the access road to Joshua Tree National Park in Yucca Valley, will remain pocked with potholes for the foreseeable future. The Town of Yucca Valley had applied for a grant last year to pave the road, but its application was not successful. The road was not in the County’s maintained road system when the Town incorporated in 1991, and it is not in the Town’s maintained roads either. Deputy Town Manager Shane Stueckle said the Town is looking at other options to cover the estimated cost of $670,000 to pave the road, such as resubmitting a grant proposal, getting assistance through Congressman Paul Cook, or a regional approach through county and other agencies.

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