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Sonoma Public Infrastructure (formerly TPW)

For Immediate Release

Sonoma County announces 2024 paving and construction season, encourages road users to plan ahead, follow detours and go slow

SANTA ROSA, CA | April 25, 2024

The Sonoma County Department of Public Infrastructure today announced the Summer 2024 road resurfacing program will soon get underway with pavement treatment on nearly 30 miles of road segments across 45 separate county-maintained roads. Residents who live near project sites will be notified by county contractors in advance of the start of work. All impacted road users are asked to plan ahead, follow signage for detours and slowdown in the vicinity of work crews.    

In addition to road paving in 2024, county Public Infrastructure crews are conducting vegetation and hazardous tree removal and roadside mowing countywide; constructing a pedestrian path at Crocker Road Bridge; performing six landslide repairs along Freezeout Road, Stewarts Point – Skaggs Springs Road and Fort Ross Road; replacing a bridge on Geysers Road over Big Sulphur Creek; beginning a seismic retrofit of Wohler Road Bridge over the Russian River; and performing preventive maintenance coating on 24 additional county bridges.

“The 2024 season represents the largest amount of construction projects ever delivered by the County in a single year,” said Supervisor David Rabbitt, chair of the Board of Supervisors. “This investment in local roads is essential to our regional economic vitality as our road system is used by the majority of our population. This monumental investment is a visible reminder that county government has prioritized this work and remains committed to improving our county road network.”

The cost of all paving and construction projects in 2024 totals $67 million and is funded by a combination of County General Funds from the Board of Supervisors, PG&E Settlement funds, Federal Highway Bridge Program funds, Sonoma County Transportation Authority funds and disaster reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The Board of Supervisors proactively contributes more discretionary dollars to road repairs than any other California county. Since 2012, the Board has invested more than $270 million to improve 546 miles of roads totaling 40 percent of the county-maintained network, the largest county-maintained road network in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Because state gas tax funding for roads is distributed based on the number of vehicle registrations in a county rather than the number of road miles, rural counties receive disproportionately less road funding. Other funding sources for county road repairs include the Measure L transient occupancy tax and Measure M sales tax.

Segments of the following roads are scheduled for treatment in 2024:

  • Lowell Avenue
  • B Street
  • C Street
  • Clover Crest Drive
  • Coffey Lane
  • Corless Lane
  • D Street
  • Donna Drive
  • Kay Drive
  • Leslie Road
  • Loch Haven Drive
  • Mark West Station Road
  • McCray Road
  • Preston Drive
  • Second Street
  • Skylane Blvd.
  • Somers Street
  • Starr Road
  • Sutter Road
  • Village Avenue
  • Zahner Way
  • Center Way
  • Coleman Valley Road
  • Eagle Nest Lane
  • La Porte Drive
  • Marra Road
  • Memory Lane
  • Mesa Grande Terrace
  • Odd Fellows Park Road
  • Orchard Avenue
  • River Lane
  • Rock Point Drive
  • Stewarts Pt. - Skaggs Springs Road
  • Willig Drive
  • Nuns Canyon Road
  • Bloomfield Road
  • King Road
  • Morelli Lane
  • Lichau Road
  • Sonoma Mountain Road
  • Casa Grande Avenue
  • Corona Road
  • Fort Ross Road
  • Santa Rosa Avenue
  • Petaluma Hill Road

To view a map of county paving projects, please visit:

For more information about how roads are selected for paving, please visit:

Sonoma County residents may submit a road project for future consideration by calling (707) 565-2550 or by email to

Non-emergency road requests may be submitted and tracked via:

A current road closures map, including registration to receive alerts, is at:  

Media Contact:
Dan Virkstis
(707) 565-3040