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Jellys Ferry Bridge – Open

The Jellys Ferry Bridge is now OPEN JELLY’S FERRY BRIDGE WATERWAY RESTRICTIONS LIFTED The Jelly’s Ferry Bridge replacement project is more than 90% complete. The ...
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Woodson Bridge Grant Award

Tehama County Public Works, with assistance from Transportation Commission staff, is proud to announce successfully securing a U.S Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration competitive grant through the new Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s competitive Bridge Investment Program. This early planning grant, one of 23 projects in 23 states, will help fund early project development.

The region will receive $320,000 to study if the existing structure of the Woodson Bridge over the Sacramento River may be restored, or if a new bridge needs to be erected. Senior Civil Engineer Jessica Pecha stated, “This grant will provide the resources needed to advance this project ahead of traditional funding programs. We are extremely grateful for this program and several others provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act which will provide much needed repair to our aging infrastructure. The Department is dedicated to completing the studies identified in the grant application, which will enable us to move forward with final design and eventually project construction.”

This federal funding will bring additional construction dollars to the region and assist in supporting the local economy. According to the U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, “These grants will help communities across the country move forward to modernize their bridges and make it easier for people and goods to move quickly, reliably, and safely to their destinations.”

https://highways.dot.gov/…/biden-harris-administration…

Deer Creek Levee Repair Project

The Flood Control and Water Conservation District is nearing completion of a levee repair project on Deer Creek east of Vina. The work includes re-sloping and placing rock armor in an eroded 275-foot-long section of the bank that removed a portion of the levee. Once the primary work is complete willows will be planted along the creek to further protect the bank, and the disturbed areas around the rock will be reseeded with native plants. These levees protect property from flood damage. Let’s hope they will be used in the near feature as a wet year is badly needed!

Current Road Closures

UPDATED:   9/23/22  PUBLIC WORKS DISTRICT C REOPENINGS HALL RD BETWEEN TEHAMA AND RICHFIELD HAS BEEN REOPENED ROAD CLOSURES CONTINUE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: TEHAMA ...
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Legal Notice: Draft Environmental Documents Available

99W/South Main St. Construction Project:  Draft CEQA  (California Environmental Quality Act) Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study has been posted on the State Clearinghouse ...
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Fiscal Year 2021/22 SB1 Project List, Resolution and Amendment Letter

This letter serves to notify the Public as well as California Transportation Commission members and staff of an Administrative Amendment to the Tehama County 2021-22 ...
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Tehama County Public Works

Phone
(530) 385-1462

Fax
(530) 385-1189

Email
info@tcpw.ca.gov

Office
9380 San Benito Ave
Gerber, CA 96035

Office Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00am-5:00pm
Closed 12:00pm-1:00pm
Field Operations
Monday-Thursday
6:30am-5:00pm

Mission

To provide high quality services, products and protection of County infrastructure through design, construction and maintenance in an efficient, effective and safe manner for the people of Tehama County.

Vision

We are a proactive and fully capable, cooperative team which meets all the planning, engineering, operating, maintenance and administrative needs of Tehama County Public Works in a highly competent manner, maintaining a positive work environment where individuals have opportunities for self improvement and are recognized for their achievements and contributions on behalf of the people of Tehama County.

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