TRAVEL ALERTS: Temporary Closures of Sonora (Hwy 108) and Tioga (Hwy 120) Passes Due to Snow - Section of Hwy 49 Temporarily Closed - Click Here For More Information
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Current Road Conditions in Tuolumne County:

Updated: 10/25/2021, 9:00am

This information is generally only updated Monday through Friday during normal business hours as needed. Call the numbers listed for the most current information.

Highway 49

Highway 108/Sonora Pass:


Highway 120/Tioga Pass:

Call CalTrans for current conditions, 1-800-427-7623.

Call CalTrans for current conditions, 1-800-427-7623.


Call Yosemite National Park for current conditions: 209-372-0200;
press 1, then 1 again.

  • Highway 49 is temporarily closed for construction until November 8th between Highway 108 west of Jamestown and Highway 120 in Chinese Camp. To access Groveland and Yosemite from Sonora area, use Highway 108 west to Highway 120 east.



  • Highway 108/Sonora Pass is temporarily closed at higher elevations due to snow. There is not an estimated time of reopening. Call CalTrans for the most current information and closure location as it can change.

  • Highway 120 East /Tioga Pass: This route temporarily closed due to snow. Park staff will evaluate the road next week once weather improves.
  • Highway 120/The Big Oak Flat Road into Yosemite Valley is Open.
  • Hetch Hetchy Road is Open.
  • Check nps.gov/yose for updates. Please protect wildlife by obeying speed limits. 







Please Help Prevent Wildfires

✔️Make sure your chains are not dragging from your vehicle or RV while driving
✔️Don't park a vehicle over dry grass
✔️Only have campfires in designated areas and know the regulations for your location
✔️Properly extinguish campfires by drenching it in water (even if it looks extinguished there could be embers)
✔️Keep wind conditions in mind before having a campfire
✔️Don't burn food or trash in a campfire

Click here for more tips for a safe and happy visit.

Be Prepared:


Stanislaus National Forest Fire Restrictions:

Wood and charcoal fires are prohibited anywhere on the forest including campgrounds and developed areas, and wilderness. Lawful hunting is allowed but target shooting is prohibited. Go to the Stanislaus National Forest webpage for more information. 



Tuolumne County Healthy PledgeThe Tuolumne County Healthy Pledge is Tuolumne County’s local business commitment to creating and providing a  clean, safe, and healthy environment for residents and visitors.
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Click Here for Healthy Travel Practices for Your Visit


Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information:

CLICK HERE for information from the California Department of Public Health.

CLICK HERE for information from Tuolumne County officials regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19.


Current Weather and Air Quality Conditions:

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