Fulton Road Improvements - Phase 1 Widening

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The City spent $11.7 million of local funds to construct improvements on Fulton Road north of Piner Road to Wood Road. The Fulton Road Improvements - Phase 1 is a Local Street Project.  Measure M funds ($8.7 million) are being spent on Fulton Road improvements south of Piner Road to Guerneville Road. 

The Fulton Road Improvements are to be delivered in two phases. Phase 1 improvements from Guerneville Road to Wood Road includes widening to two lanes in each direction with sidewalks and bicycle lanes on both sides. Phase 2 is a grade separated interchange to replace the signalized intersection of Fulton Road and State Highway 12. Fulton Road Improvements Phase 1 will overlay existing pavement, add Class II bicycle lanes, and relocate existing overhead utilities underground. The City will also install curb and gutter, storm drainages, and sidewalk both sides for a distance of approximately 2 miles.

The City's Survey section has completed the topography, boundary and utility survey. This includes the request of multiple title reports for individual properties and mapping various utilities. PG&E approved a tentative District Map for undergrounding utilities. In addition, the City has selected GHD Inc. as the project consultant. We are in the Environmental Documentation phase and have engaged in public outreach.

Project FAQ and Flyer from Open House

Project Schedule

Complete Environmental Phase September 2017
Complete Design November 2018
Start Construction May 2020
End Construction November 2021
For more information please contact:
Chris Catbagan
Associate Engineer
ccatbagan@srcity.org
707-543-4521