The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to spend $6.5 million to improve 13.2 miles of roads.

The roads will get various types of improvements or repair work, and officials said they were selected because of their agricultural or tourism connection.

Here’s the list, with how much of the road is to be improved and the “attraction” they serve:

–Adobe Canyon Road, 2.32 miles worth, from Highway 12 to Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, serving Hood Mountain Regional Park and Sugarloaf Ridge.

–Armstrong Woods Road, 0.32 miles at entrance to Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve.

–Bean Avenue, 0.28 miles at Bodega Bay, serving Salmon Creek.

–Bohemian Highway, 0.21 miles, serving Russian River area.

–Burbank Avenue, 1 mile, serving Roseland Community Park.

–Chileno Valley Road, 0.8 miles from Western Avenue south to Helen Putnam Park.

–Doran Beach Road, 1.58 miles at Bodega Bay, serving Bodega Harbor.

–Eastside Road, 0.52 miles west of Windsor, serving Wine Country.

–Lichau Road, two sections of 1.13 and 0.5 miles, one at start of road and other at entrance to Fairfield-Osborn Preserve.

–London Ranch Road, 1.14 miles in Glen Ellen, serving Jack London State Park.

–Main Street, 0.14 miles in Monte Rio, serving Russian River area.

–Snyder Lane, 0.69 miles from Petaluma Hill Road going south, serving SSU’s Green Music Center.

–West Dry Creek Road, 1.35 miles west of Healdsburg, serving Wine Country.

–Westside Road, 1.22 miles west of Windsor, serving Wine Country.

To read Staff Writer Brett Wilkison’s story on the board’s vote, CLICK HERE.


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