Mark your calendar – Sunday May 3, 2015 – the running of the 11th Annual U.S. Bank Orange County Marathon. We hope you look forward to this day with a sense of pride, as the Orange County community will once again be on display for runners from around the country and the world to see.
You have not disappointed in the first 10 years of the event. The runners greatly appreciate the enthusiasm you have shown as they pass through your neighborhoods – the cheering, the candy and fruit, the colorful balloons, the cool mist from a garden hose – all great gestures that make this event so wonderful.
We understand the race impacts your routine for a few hours on a spring Sunday, but we’d like to share with you the positives aspects of the race of which you may not be aware. Did you know that last year $25 million was pumped into the Orange County economy as a result of the race? Did you know that the event has also generated more than $3.5 million for charity? Local charities such as Susan G. Komen, John Wayne Cancer Foundation, and the OC Bar Foundation, to name a few, have all benefited from the event.
As we make plans for this year’s race, we would welcome any input from you so that the event has a positive impact on your community.
The event will be held on Sunday, May 3, 2015. Road closures and delays will begin starting at 5:00 a.m. throughout our host cities of Newport Beach, Santa Ana and Costa Mesa, lasting in some areas through 3:00 p.m.
See below for further area-specific detailed information and alternate routes. If you reside within a quarter mile of much of the course or if you are locked in and require alternative overnight parking locations because you must get out prior to your home being accessible, please look for the applicable door hanger below:
Newport Beach Area
The links below includes alternate routes and closure times for Newport Center & Fashion Island Retail Area, Corona del Mar, Balboa Island, Promontory Point, Linda Isle, and Harbor Island.
Newport Beach Full Closure Listing
Additional information on closures and alternate routes are available for:
Corona Del Mar
Newport Beach Interactive Maps:
Fashion Island, Corona del Mar, Balboa Island, Promontory Point, Linda Island and Harbor Island
Costa Mesa Area
The links below includes alternate routes and closure times for Eastside Costa Mesa, OC Fair & Event Center, South Coast Plaza, and Red Hill Avenue.