I don’t really follow the Disney Online Community, so I am not sure if it has been announced yet anywhere official or unofficial, but Sideshow Shirts will be closing to finish the refurbishment of the Boardwalk area sometime in the next couple days. The façade will match that of the Boardwalk Games, however I am not sure as of yet if the interior will be changed much (if at all). While there is still alittle bit of work needed to enhance the Pier beyond it, it will finally give it the cohesive look the Imagineers were looking for.
Beyond that, both Grizzly River Run and the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail will be recieveing their MUCH needed refurbishments (Redwood Creek has had a broken stair for at least six months, and much of its fencing is being held together by, I kid you not, duck tape, and Grizzly River Run had an unexpected downtime earlier in the year when large amounts of rain caused a pump room to flood and clog with pine needles).
They will both be down for a couple weeks, as well as the a refurbishment on the parade route in front of the Little Mermaid, causing some MASSIVE changes to the World of Color Fastpass system (the Red Section is temporarily being retired, leaving just the Blue and Yellow section, with the Yellow section queuing for the second show near the Jumpin Jellyfish).
Speaking of the Little Mermaid, that attraction will also be going down for a short, two-day refurbishment towards the end of the month to replace some cracked tile in the rotunda, some stress fractures in the tiles in the station, and also to re place some of the Animatronic elements (during the testing process, a few pieces were damaged, so the Imagineers borrowed some elements from the identical ones they made for Disney World’s version of the attraction.
A lot of the numerous downtimes of the attractions were due to a hydraulic leak in Ariel in the “Under the Sea” scene. They have determined the cause of this leak is due to her being extremely top-heavy, so her hair is being reworked so it weighs less, hopefully causing less problems.