Capital Improvement Projects with Storm Water and Creeks Component
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Click a Project ID in the table below to see the project web-page report.
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|Status||ProjID||Title||Description||Est Start||Est End|
|00727||Stony Point Road Widening and Reconstruction Phase 2 - Sebastopol Road to Hearn Ave||The purpose of this project will be to ease traffic congestion by widening Stony Point Road to four lanes from Hearn Avenue to Sebastopol Road. The addition of travel and turn lanes, new sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and updated traffic signal upgrades will increase road safety along this vital north-south corridor. The project also includes the installation of new water main and water services, sewer main stubs to currently undeveloped parcels and storm drains.||2015/08||2017/09|
|01178||Fulton Rd from Guerneville Rd to Piner Rd - Widen to Four Lanes||To ease future traffic congestion, Fulton Road will be reconstructed and widened to 4 lanes with bike lanes and sidewalks between Guerneville Road and Piner Road. The project includes a median island and storm drain improvements.||2020/12||2022/01|
|01627||Downtown Santa Rosa Streetscape||This project has two locations, one is on 3rd St between Morgan and B St, involving pedestrian improvements including lighting, street trees, bike lanes and delineation to channelize pedestrians to the north side of 3rd St at Morgan St and at B St. The second location is at Santa Rosa Avenue and Mill Street where a new traffic signal will be installed along with pedestrian ramps, and storm drain improvements.||2017/04||2017/07|
|01924||Lower Colgan Creek Restoration - Phase 2||This restoration project will restore 2,170 lineal feet of straightened and denuded channel into a natural creek while still providing flood protection. This project is the second phase of a three phase project. The new alignment will allow the creek channel to have greater water retention during high flows. There will be in-stream structures and pools installed to enhance aquatic life such as boulders, boulder weirs, and over 1,000 native trees, shrubs and grasses. Project limits are from Victoria Drive downstream to Boron Avenue.||2017/04||2017/07|