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2009 Construction Projects

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  • Roadway reconstruction; installation of new sidewalk, curb and gutter, and curb ramps; and related drainage improvements.
  • Construction of shoulder widening, curb, gutter and sidewalk and pedestrian lighting, traffic striping and traffic signals and other improvements as shown on the plans.
  • This project consists of widening and reconstruction of roadway, as well as construction of new sidewalks and drainage facilities. The project is located on Moorland Avenue, between West Robles Avenue and Bellevue Avenue, in (unincorporated) Santa Rosa.
  • Overlays of various County roads including asphalt concrete overlay of roadway, adjusting utility covers, adjusting guard rails, applying striping, installing delineators, repairing pavement structural section, cold planning, shoulder backing, asphalt dikes, parking bumpers, and such other items or details, not mentioned above, that are required by the plans and Standard Specifications.
  • Facility improvements along the west side of Main Street in the town of Penngrove from the intersection of Old Redwood Highway to the intersection with Adobe Road, including street lighting, sidewalks, and general ADA accessibility improvements.
  • Repair and restoration to roadway damaged by landslide on River Road.
  • Widening the roadway to install left-turn channelization and beach access parking lot.
  • Installation of traffic signal lighting at the intersection of Sebastopol Road and Burbank Avenue, as well as reconstruction of curb ramps to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility standards.
  • Repair to landslide on Sonoma Mountain Road, caused by 2005/2006 storm season.
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