City’s Adjustments to Two River Trail Paving Plan to be Discussed at RP Spring General Meting

The RPNA wants to make sure the neighborhood is aware of a change the City plans to make to its paving plan for the Two Rivers Trail Phase II.  The City has run into issues engineering the “cut in/build out” portion of the project.  This is the area of the trail where there is currently no “toe road”, the approximately 1,100 ft that is adjacent to 18 homes at the end of the neighborhood near the B-80 bridge.  They are now planing to pave this portion on the top of the levee instead of cutting-in to the side of the levee.

The City will be presenting the revised plan to the American River Flood Control Board on March 8 at 12:00 at its district office, 185 Commerce Circle.

For those interested in getting a full update from the City on the project, the City has committed to provide a full update at the RPNA Spring General Meeting.  We are still working to lock down a date but are now targeting Saturday, May 11 at 10am at Caleb Greenwood (this is a revised date to what we previously communicated).   We will make sure to keep residents informed of any developments.  

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