Projects planned for the future by Sonoma County Department of Transportation & Public Works.
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.
Sonoma County is currently working towards replacing the single-lane bridge over Franz Creek, on Franz Valley School Road. The bridge requires replacement due to scour deficiencies. Age and erosion from the stream are threatening the structural integrity of the existing bridge.
The Sonoma County Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) proposes to replace the existing Freestone Flat Road Bridge, which is a two-span, steel-girder truss bridge over Salmon Creek, in the southwest portion of the County.
Sonoma County is currently working towards replacing the single-lane bridge over Austin Creek, on King Ridge Road. The bridge requires replacement due to scour deficiencies and seismic deficiencies.
Standard plans for construction of roads and related structures.
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