Sneak peek at the 2021 Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Award winners

Mar 10, 2021

The 2021 winners of the Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards have been revealed, with the cities of Santa Rosa, Santa Clarita, and Oakland taking top honors.

The cities of Fremont, Imperial Beach, and Santa Clarita won honorable mentions.

The Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards program was developed to recognize and raise awareness of the exceptional achievements made by California’s cities and counties to preserve and protect the public’s investment in the local streets and roads system, which is critical for the safety and mobility of the traveling public, emergency responders, law enforcement, the economy, and multimodal needs such as bicycles and buses.

The program is sponsored by the League of California Cities, the California State Association of Counties, and the County Engineers Association of California. The 2021 award winners are:

Overall Winner
City of Santa Rosa: Fulton Road Reconstruction - Occidental Road to W. 3rd Street
Roads: Efficient and Sustainable Road Maintenance, Construction and Reconstruction Projects
City of Santa Clarita: Citywide Overlay and Slurry Project
Honorable Mention
County of Ventura: Yerba Buena Road Improvements – Challenges at Every Turn!
Bridge: Efficient and Sustainable Bridge Maintenance, Construction and Reconstruction Projects
County of Placer: Bowman Road Bridges Rehabilitation Project
Honorable Mention
County of Fresno: Italian Bar Road Bridge Replacement
Complete Streets Projects
City of Oakland: Telegraph Avenue Paving and Lane Conversion Project
Honorable Mentions
City of Fremont: Walnut Avenue Protected Bikeway
City of Imperial Beach: Imperial Beach Boulevard Enhancement Project
County of Riverside: Temescal Canyon Road Widening Project - Dawson Canyon and Dos Lagos Segments
Safety or Intelligent Transportation System Projects
City of Santa Rosa: Flashing Yellow Left Turn Arrow Retrofit
Honorable Mention
City of Santa Clarita: Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) - Phase V
A ceremony honoring the winners is currently being planned for May 2021 and a news release will be issued next week. Congratulations to our city winners! Visit the Save California Streets website for more details on the winning projects.