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Current Road Projects

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  • The work to be done consists, in general, of installing pull boxes, removing and replacing curb and gutter, removing and replacing sidewalk, removing and replacing sidewalk warp, removing and replacing street lighting, trenching of various County roads together with associated flagging, traffic control and preparation required to construct the work, and such other items or details, not mentioned above, that are required by the Standard Specifications, or these Special Provisions will be performed, placed, constructed or installed.

  • The project proposes to remove stockpiled slide debris caused by the 2019 winter storms. Contractor will dispose of existing stockpiled slide debris on Annapolis Road, Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Road, and Lake Sonoma by hauling debris material to offsite location shown in bid documents.

  • The project proposes to remove tree debris caused by the 2019 winter storms. Tree debris is stockpiled at two locations: Annapolis Transfer Station and Sonoma County Airport Yard. Contractor will dispose of the existing tree debris. Contractor will be responsible for the final disposal site for debris hauled off the Annapolis Transfer Station and Sonoma County Airport Yard.

  • The October 2017 Sonoma County wildfires affected trees and vegetation along approximately 90 miles of Sonoma County roads. Among those fire-affected trees, the work to be done for this project consists, in general, of removing approximately 2736 trees and pruning limbs on approximately 58 trees. Trees marked for removal have been identified by GPS coordinates and marked with metal tags indicating an Area and Tree ID number.

  • The October 2017 Sonoma County wildfires affected trees and vegetation along approximately 90 miles of Sonoma County roads. Among those fire-affected trees, the work to be done for this project consists, in general, of removing approximately 2079 trees and pruning limbs on approximately 15 trees. Trees marked for removal have been identified by GPS coordinates and marked with metal tags indicating an Area and Tree ID number.

  • 2147497245 2019 Pavement Preservation Program - Chip, Fog and Slurry Seals (M19500) false false false 1 Project Description This project includes road surface treatments of various county roadways using Chip Seal, Fog Seal, and Slurry Seal, as described bel

  • This project includes pavement resurfacing of various county roadways using Full Depth Reclamation, Asphalt Concrete Overlays, and Remove and Replace.

  • The Boyes Boulevard Bridge project work to be done includes installation of a temporary pedestrian bridge, various utility relocations, demolition of the existing bridge, construction of the new Boyes Bridge and roadway approaches and other improvements that include drainage improvements, lighting, concrete work, hot mix asphalt paving, and removal of the temporary pedestrian bridge.

  • The existing bridge that carries Chalk Hill Road over Maacama Creek is a one-lane structure built in 1915. It is a County landmark and is eligible for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. The existing bridge has deteriorated significantly and is vulnerable to earthquakes as well as foundation scour and erosion along the south creekbank. The bridge has been determined to be unstable in an earthquake, and is threatened by erosion. The County seeks to replace the bridge with a new two-lane bridge. 

  • 2147497245 Franz Valley Road Retaining Wall Replacement (C21632) false false false 1 Project Description This project includes the removal of an existing timber retaining wall, burnt during the October 2017 CA Wildfires, located adjacent to Franz Valley

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