Placer County moves forward on $11.2 million in road maintenance and repair projects  

Published June 15, 2023

Placer County’s roads and bridges will receive a variety of maintenance and paving projects in the 2023-24 fiscal year funded by Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.  

The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday acted to approve a list of projects for the county’s $11,256,095 allocation under the bill. Funding will be spent on: 

  • 30 miles of surface treatment projects on various county roads 
  • 5 miles of asphalt overlay projects 
  • Testing and weld repairs to the Foresthilll Bridge 
  • Repair of a failing culvert and roadway washout on Summer Star Road in Newcastle 
  • Repair of a failing culvert and roadway washout on Gorman Ranch Road in Foresthill 
  • Bridge deck repairs and maintenance on Cisco Road at the South Yuba River Bridge 
  • Routine maintenance activities including pothole patching, tree removal and road repairs at various locations this summer 

“SB-1 funding is the cornerstone of road maintenance projects in the county, and we’re looking forward to getting started,” said Public Works Deputy Director Matt Randall.  

For a full list of projects and projected costs, click here.