The Bolinas Lagoon Wye Wetlands Resiliency Project (Project) would restore physical and ecological linkages between the Lewis Gulch Creek and Bolinas Lagoon by realigning both Olema Bolinas Road and Lewis Gulch Creek and removing an extension of Fairfax Bolinas Road (Crossover Road). The primary objective of the Project is to restore hydrologic, geomorphic, and ecological processes in the Bolinas Wye wetlands to restore and improve the resiliency of in stream, tidal wetlands, riparian, and upland habitats with sea level rise (SLR) and climate change. It will also protect the existing transportation access along Olema Bolinas Road for the town of Bolinas during scenarios consisting of up to 5.5 feet of SLR and a 100-year storm event (8 feet combined). The Project would include removal of the westernmost segment of Fairfax Bolinas Road, realignment of the intersection of Olema Bolinas Road with State Route 1, construction of a vehicular bridge to carry Olema Bolinas Road over the relocated Lewis Gulch Creek channel, removal of non-native floodplain, and replanting disturbed areas post construction with native plants, These actions would meet the Project's purpose and objectives by removing disturbances, restoring watershed processes, and allowing the stream system to develop dynamically. By restoring natural processes to the Bolinas Wye wetland and alleviating chronic flooding of Marin County roadways, the wetlands and roadway would be more resilient to anticipated SLR through the end of the century.