Gleason Beach Highway 1 Realignment Project

10 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 4
Document Title
Gleason Beach Highway 1 Realignment Project
Document Type
FON - FONSI - Findings of No Significant 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
Agency Name
California Department of Transportation, District 4
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


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 Types
Transportation:Other (Highway Realignment and Bridge)
Project Issues
Aesthetics, Agriculture and Forestry Resources, Biological Resources, Coastal Zone, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Hazards & Hazardous Materials, Hydrology/Water Quality, Land Use/Planning, Recreation, Transportation, Vegetation, Wetland/Riparian

Disclaimer: The document was originally posted before CEQAnet had the capability to host attachments for the public. To obtain the original attachments for this document, please contact the lead agency at the contact information listed above. You may also contact the OPR via email at or via phone at (916) 445-0613.

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