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Sewer and road work at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery will affect traffic and parking until May 2024

Garnet Romero sits at the grave of her husband, Adam, a Navy veteran, at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma.
Garnet Romero sits at the grave of her husband, Adam, a Navy veteran, at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma in 2020.
(K.C. Alfred / The San Diego Union-Tribune)

The Department of Veterans Affairs says visitors will still be able to reach burial sections during construction and interments will proceed as normal.

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A more than year-long effort to upgrade sewers and roads throughout Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma will begin Monday, Jan. 2, and will periodically affect traffic patterns and parking until May 2024.

The project “will require sections of the roadway to be closed and traffic rerouted,” according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. “Cemetery officials expect traffic patterns to change every three weeks and will be clearly marked.”

The department emphasized that visitors will be able to reach burial sections during construction and that interment services and ceremonies will proceed as normal.


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