State Route 89 (Monitor) Will Close Ahead of Storm

State Route 89 (Monitor Pass) to Close Ahead of Storm
MONO COUNTY — Caltrans will close State Route 89/Monitor Pass on Monday, April 11, ahead of a snowstorm forecast to hit the Sierra Nevada early next week. Maintenance crews will close access to the highway starting at 8:00 am and will assess it for reopening once the storm has passed.
Caltrans currently has no plans to close three other mountain roads that have recently reopened from their winter closure. However, access to those highways may be shut down should conditions necessitate. These roads include:
  • State Route 270/Bodie Road
  • State Route 120 E/Mono Mills Road
  • State Route 158 N/North June Lake Loop
Several more mountain highways remain in a winter closure as crews continue to remove snow and debris from the roads. There is currently no ETO for when the following routes will reopen:
  • State Route 108/Sonora Pass
  • State Route 120 W to Yosemite National Park
  • State Route 203 at Mammoth Mountain Inn
  • State Route 168 W at the Aspendale Gate
Additionally, the Crestview Safety Roadside Rest Area remains closed as crews continue to ready it for the travel season.
For the latest information on road conditions throughout District 9, follow us on Twitter (@Caltrans9) or Facebook (Caltrans District 9). Before you hit the road, plan your trip with the Caltrans QuickMap app or website at You can also call the Road Condition Hotline at 1-800-427-ROAD (7623).
For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Bob Gossman at 760-874-8332 or TTY 711
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