Gleason Beach Highway 1 Realignment Project

8 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Caltrans 4 (Oakland) (California Department of Transportation, District 4)
Document Title
Gleason Beach Highway 1 Realignment Project
Document Type
FON - FONSI - Findings of No Significanct Impact
Present Land Use
LU: General Industrial/Rural Residential; Zone Least Extensive Agriculture

Document Description
Note: Notice of Availability FONSI The proposed project is located in a rural coastal area in unincorporated Sonoma County, California, between post mile 15.1 and 15.7, immediately east of Gleason Beach, and would move SR 1 several hundred feet inland. The proposed project consists of constructing a two-lane roadway, replacing the current alignment and its capacity. The new alignment would have one 12-foot lane in each direction and two 8-foot shoulders, requiring embankment cut and fill, compared to the existing 22-foot-wide, two-lane highway with 0.0- to 2.0-foot shoulders and 11-foot lanes in both directions. New roadway would be placed on a new bridge structure spanning the Scotty Creek floodplain. The bridge structure would vary between 750-900 feet long.

Contact Information
Oliver Iberian
California Department of Transportation, District 4
111 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612

Phone : (510) 622-0803


38°22'30"N 127°07'30"W
Cross Streets
SR 1
Total Acres
State Highways
SR 1
Scotty Creek, Pacific Ocean
Other Location Info
City/Nearest Community: Jenner and Bodega Bay

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Transportation:Other (Highway Realignment and Bridge)
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Agricultural Land Biological Resources Coastal Zone Drainage/Absorption Flood Plain/Flooding Geologic/Seismic Recreation/Parks Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Wetland/Riparian Land Use Cumulative Effects

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