The County of Riverside propose to construct the Seminole Drive Extension Project. The project proposes to extend the existing Seminole Drive, from where it currently dead ends to the intersection of Rushmore Avenue and to Kimdale Drive; the new extension would be approximately one mile long. Construction will include approximately one mile of new roadway. The proposed roadway would provide two 14-foot lanes, two 8-foot graded shoulders. The total road right-of-way will be 100-feet wide. The proposed roadway will include a low water crossing to provide passage of storm water during episodic storm events. The low water crossing will be constructed from reinforced concrete with a length of approximately 200 feet and a width of approximately 70 feet.
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