Trump's San Diego visit: Restricted areas in Otay Mesa
3:47 PM, Mar 12, 2018
5:26 AM, Mar 13, 2018
In anticipation of President Trump's visit to the Otay Mesa area to view the border wall prototypes, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department has detailed the areas they have deemed temporarily restricted.
Temporary restriction area (restriction in place March 9 at 9 a.m.-March 16 at 9 a.m.):
-- East Side of Enrico Fermi Drive from Airway Road to Via de la Amistad; Enrico Fermi Place; Airway Road; Siempre Viva Road; the Public Road from Airway Road to Siempre Viva Road (appears as Kellianne Way on Google Maps); Via de la Amistad east of Enrico Fermi Drive.
No parking zones in Otay Mesa (restriction in place March 9-16):
-- The east side of Enrico Fermi Drive from Airway Rd to Via De La Amistad
-- The north and south sides of Airway Road, east of Enrico Fermi Drive to Kellianne Way
-- Enrico Fermi Place from Enrico Fermi Drive to Kellianne Way
-- Siempre Viva Rd east of Enrico Fermi Drive
Otay Mesa streets closed (restriction in place March 9-16):
-- Siempre Viva Rd east of the CHP Inspection Facility driveway
-- Kellianne Way to Siempre Viva Rd
-- Enrico Fermi Place from Enrico Fermi Drive to Kellianne Way will be closed to all traffic with the exception of authorized construction vehicles
Sheriff's officials have designated the construction zone north of Enrico Fermi Place and the open lot southof Enrico Fermi Place areas as "NO TRESPASSING" areas until further notice.
Anyone entering the construction zone and the open lot -- both private property -- will be arrested for violating California Penal Code 602 – Trespassing. This violation will be strictly enforced.
No pedestrians are allowed on Enrico Fermi Place. Pedestrians are allowed on Enrico Fermi Drive, Airway Road, Kellianne Way and Siempre Viva Road.