Neighborhood Traffic Warnings for Genesis: Tee times

Saturday and Sunday were sold out at the Genesis last year. People waited in long lines to show their tickets.

The Genesis Invitational is being held February 12 to 18. Tiger Woods has announced he will play, which means traffic will be heavy on the roads surrounding the Riviera Country Club, including Paul Revere Middle School.

Teeing off at 9:25 a.m., on Thursday, on Hole 1 is Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods and Gary Woodland.

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Parking on the Paul Revere Middle School athletic fields is for media and other VIPS. During this week, there is No West Driveway Access for parents dropping off students. Additionally, after-school activities and late buses are cancelled.

The school’s message to parents was “Please allow for additional time in the morning and afternoon, as we are anticipating additional traffic and congestion in the area.  Please drop off and pick up students in the circular driveway in front of school.

“While this is a big inconvenience, we are very fortunate that the Genesis Invitational [through the Tiger Woods Foundation] continues to provide [financial] support to PRIDE so we can move forward with many of the projects to improve the overall safety of campus,” the note to parents said.

The Tiger Woods Foundation was founded in 1996 and empowers young people with support to help achieve dreams. On the site, Tiger writes “When I was a kid, my parents taught me the importance of sharing and caring and instilled a simple principle in my life: try to make an impact in one person’s life, every day. At TGR Foundation, we are doing just that, making a meaningful impact on the lives of youth one day at a time.

“We believe everyone can be a champion. Our mission is to empower students to pursue their passions through education. It is up to us to provide access and opportunities for students along the path they choose. Thank you for being a champion for youth.”

Paul Revere will have a minimum day dismissal (12:43 p.m.) on Friday.

There is no street parking in the Riviera or Polo Fields areas of Pacific Palisades. Residents were told at a Community Council meeting that DOT would be onsite to ensure parking regulations are observed.

Additional street restrictions from February 15 through Sunday February 18:

SUNSET & ALLENFORD:  No left hand turns from Sunset onto Allenford.

Thursday                                      3 to 6 p.m.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday  2 to 6 p.m.

SUNSET & MANDEVILLE CANYON: No left hand turns from Paul Revere School exit (except tournament shuttles and school buses)

Thursday                                      3 to 6 p.m.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday  2 to 6 p.m.

ALLENFORD & BRINKLEY TRAFFIC LIGHT: the timing at the light may be impacted and a traffic control officer will be available to students and those taking ride-share vehicles, which are at the school entrance.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday   2 to 6 p.m.

 

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