The Office of Councilmember Bill Rosendahl would like to remind constituents of the street closures in effect for the third annual 13.1 Los Angeles Half Marathon taking place this Sunday in Venice, Marina Del Rey, El Segundo and Playa Del Rey.
The race will start at the Venice Beach Boardwalk and Rose Ave at 7 a.m. on January 15th and take participants on a course through various parts of our district, ending in Playa Del Rey around 8:30 a.m.
Our office has been working with Generic Events and various City departments to minimize the impact the race will have on residents. As you may recall last year, the event started and ended at the same location which required streets to stay closed for the duration of the race.
This year, Generic Events created a point to point course. Traffic control officers will open streets as the last runner passes through an area. View a map of the course.
According to the race website, the following streets will be impacted during the race. Please be advised of all parking restrictions in your area.
Street closures (note times are approximate, streets will reopen as the last runner clears the area).
Pacific Ave at South Venice Blvd. – 6:30AM – 7:15AM
South Venice Blvd. – 6:30AM – 7:30AM
Ocean Ave. – 6:45AM – 7:30AM
Marina del Rey/County of Los Angeles:
Via Marina at Admiralty to Washington Blvd. – 6:45AM – 7:30AM
Admiralty Way at Palawan Way – 6:45AM – 8:00AM
Admiralty Way at Bali Way – 6:45AM – 8:00AM
Admiralty Way at Mindanao Way – 6:45AM – 8:30AM
Fiji Way – opens at 8:45AM
Between Playa del Rey and Marina del Rey – 6:45AM – 8:30AM
Between Imperial Hwy and Ballona Creek – 6:45AM – 9:00AM
Playa del Rey:
Vista del Mar is closed between Culver Blvd. and Grand Ave. – 6:45AM – 11:00AM
Pacific Ave/Trolley Place will be closed from 5:00AM – 12 Noon