the route

route map

HOW TO GET THERE

The San Fernando Street Festival is both a local celebration and a regional attraction. Residents of San Fernando can easily walk, bike, or skate to the route. Those coming from further away can take the Metrolink to the Sylmar/San Fernando Station, or the Metro bus for transit. Use the Metro Trip Planner on www.metro.net to help find your way to San Fernando.

If you’re driving to the route, please observe local street parking signs, or if you prefer a parking lot, here are some of our suggestions:

Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station Parking Lot
14534 Village Way Dr., Los Angeles, CA 91342
Enter on Frank Modugno Dr. from the Sylmar side ONLY (take San Fernando Rd. at Polk St. intersection, on the north side of the tracks)

City of San Fernando Public Parking Lot
DIRECTIONS

Enter on Truman St.

City of San Fernando Public Parking Lot 4
DIRECTIONS
Enter on Truman St.

City of San Fernando Civic Center Public Parking
DIRECTIONS
Enter on First St. at Brand Blvd. (ONLY from Pacoima side)

San Fernando Recreation Park
208 Park Ave, San Fernando, CA 91340

Feeder Routes

[What is a Feeder Ride? Click here to find out.]

Please join the event by joining a feeder ride led by Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition Ride Marshalls from the following locations below. Please
Email info@sfstreetfest.org to register to join one of the feeder rides. There is no charge and you will receive instructions and schedule to meet up.

North Hollywood Metro Station to SFSF (9.5 miles)

Ride will commence at the North Hollywood Metro Station and continue through Lankershim Boulevard (bike lane), San Fernando Road (bike path) and arrive at the San Fernando Street Festival at the Lopez Adobe

Cal State Northridge to SFSF (8.5 miles)

Ride will commence at CSUN and continue through Zelzah Avenue (bike lane), Devonshire Street (bike lane), Arleta Avenue, Brand Boulevard (bike lane)
Kewen Street, Chatsworth Drive, Maclay Avenue and arrive at the San Fernando Street Festival at the Lopez Adobe

Sylmar-Pacoima loop to SFSF (7.4 miles)

Ride will commence at the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station and continue through the San Fernando Road (bike path), Polk Street (bike lane), Glenoaks Boulevard (bike route) Van Nuys Boulevard (bike lane), San Fernando Road (bike path) and arrive at the San Fernando Street Festival at the Lopez Adobe

STREET CLOSURES

There will be two types of street closures at this event, a “hard closure” and “car crossings”. The hard closures will not be opened during the course of the event except for emergency vehicles. The streets with car crossings will have timed openings, what this means is that if you reach a car crossing during the event, you will be asked to wait until the safest time for it to open for your crossing. Please be aware of the closure locations and plan accordingly between the hours of 6am and 4pm.

The following intersections will be closed during the San Fernando Street Festival. All Streets will re-open at 4pm on event day.

Along Maclay Ave.

  • De Garmo St. & Maclay Ave.
  • Morningside Ct. & Maclay Ave.
  • Library St. & Maclay Ave.
  • Third St. & Maclay Ave.
  • Second St. and Maclay Ave.
  • First St. & Maclay Ave.
  • San Fernando Rd. & Maclay Ave.
  • Celis St. & Maclay Ave.
  • Pico St. & Maclay Ave.
  • Along San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Meyer St. & San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Lazard St. & San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Huntington St. & San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Workman St. & San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Kalisher St. & San Fernando Rd.
  • San Fernando Mission Blvd. & San Fernando Rd.
  • Maclay Ave. & San Fernando Rd.
  • S. Brand Blvd. & San Fernando Rd.
  • Chatsworth Dr. & San Fernando Rd.

Along San Fernando Mission Blvd.

  • Woodworth St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Mott St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Griffith St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Kewen St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Hewitt St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Hollister St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Coronel St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Pico St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • Celis St. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.
  • San Fernando Rd. & San Fernando Mission Blvd.

Along S. Brand Blvd.

  • Mott St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • Kewen St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • Hollister St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • Coronel St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • Pico St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • Celis St. & S. Brand Blvd.
  • San Fernando Rd. & S. Brand Blvd.

CAR CROSSINGS:
The following streets will be open on event day, and cars will be guided to cross intersections at closed streets.

  • Glenoaks Blvd. will be open; cars will be guided across Maclay Ave. intersection
  • Fifth St. will be open; cars will be guided across Maclay Ave. intersection
  • Fourth St. will be open, cars will be guided across Maclay Ave. intersection
  • Truman St. will be open; cars will be guided across Maclay Ave. intersection
    • If you are traveling on San Fernando Road from either direction, take Truman St. through San Fernando
  • Hubbard St. will be open; cars will be guided across Truman St. and San Fernando Rd. intersections
  • O’Melveny Ave. will be open; cars will be guided across San Fernando Mission Blvd. and S. Brand Blvd. intersections
  • Coronel St. will be open; cars will be guided across San Fernando Mission Blvd. and Maclay Ave.
  • Wolfskill St. will be open; cars will be guided across San Fernando Rd. intersection

San Fernando Street Fest

Mailing Address:
1030 South Arroyo Parkway
Suite 106
Pasadena, CA 91105

Phone Number:
(818) 617-2788

Email:
info@sfstreetfest.com

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