Summerfield Road Improvement Project

Improved Walking, Biking and Driving

Please join us on Thursday, May 27 at 5:30 p.m. for an informative Community Meeting to discuss planned improvements along Summerfield Road between Bethards Drive and Hoen Avenue to enhance access for walking, biking and driving. The planned improvements are designed to reduce speeding, improve crosswalks and expand bike lanes.

Join Us for a Virtual Community Meeting
Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 5:30 PM
https://srcity-org.zoom.us/j/91508216679
Or call 888-475-4499
Meeting ID: 915 0821 6679

Spanish translation will be provided upon request by May 21, 2021.
To request Spanish translation, simply call 707-543-3291 or email mnicholls@srcity.org

  1. Traffic Engineering

    Physical Address
    Municipal Services Center
    69 Stony Circle
    Santa Rosa, CA 95404

    Phone: 707-543-3814
    Fax: 707-543-3801


ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Summerfield Road Improvement project is coordinating installation efforts with the City's Pavement Preventative Maintenance (PPM) program. Each year the PPM applies a slurry seal application to the surface layer to a select number of arterial streets in good condition to keep them in good condition. Beginning in September 2021, crews will slurry seal Summerfield Road, Bethards Drive and a portion of Hoen Avenue. Prep work is currently underway with ADA standards curb ramp installation and crack sealing.

PPM involves removing all striping from the road prior to applying the slurry seal. Once the slurry seal has been applied, the striping will be re-applied using the proposed striping conditions as seen in the second image below. The proposed striping condition will allow for expanded bike lanes from 5-foot to 7-foot width, buffered 9-foot spacing between vehicles and bicycles, reduced vehicle travel lanes with center turn lane, and improved crosswalk crossings.

Summerfield Road Existing Striping Conditions

Summerfield Road Illustrated Existing Conditions

Summerfield Road Proposed Striping

  • Expanded Bike Lane, from 5-feet to 7-feet
  • Buffered Bike Spacing, Separating Vehicles from Bicycles by 9-feet
  • Reduced Vehicle Travel Lanes with Center Turn Lane
Summerfield Road Illustrated Proposed Striping