SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Just days before masses of people are expected to descend on Del Mar for the San Diego County Fair, a busy road has reopened following a bluff collapse.
City crews completed a retaining wall and reopened Jimmy Durante Boulevard Wednesday afternoon.
The road wasn't originally expected to reopen until June 4, several days after the fair opens on May 31.
The northbound lanes of Jimmy Durante Boulevard closed in late April after part of a bluff collapsed.
The cost of cleanup and stabilizing the cliff is expected to cost $1 million.
At a meeting in May, the city council voted to declare a local emergency, allowing the city to qualify for federal emergency funds.