The project will construct a 12-foot wide, two-way, Class I bike and pedestrian path accessible to non-motorized traffic. The construction will consist of grading, paving, installing aggregate base, bollards, and signage. The project will take place entirely within the County’s existing parcel that have already been roughly graded and cleared of vegetation by the former owner and developer.
The 0.43-mile bike and pedestrian path segment will be the second segment of a larger and eventual purposed 7.3-mile bike and pedestrian path around Plumas Lake. Only the 0.43 miles will be constructed for this project.
The project will be on a narrow property bordering houses and orchards, in the unincorporated valley development of Plumas Lake in Yuba County. The path will begin on the north side of Feather River Boulevard, 350-feet west of River Oaks Boulevard, and it will wrap along the perimeter of the neighborhood, traveling northwesterly, and terminate within 200-feet of the intersection of Lakeport Way and Dunsmuir Way. Future development will continue the path to the north. The route can be accessed, by bikes and pedestrians only, from Feather River Boulevard or Marin Court.