Transportation and Public Works

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Every day we work to make Santa Rosa a better place to live by being responsive, competent stewards of the public infrastructure and environment for the benefit of our citizens and visitors.

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  1. Transit Fare Collection Resumes

    Local Transit Agencies Resume Fare Collection

    Santa Rosa CityBus, in coordination with Sonoma County Transit and Petaluma Transit, will resume passenger fare collection on fixed-route and paratransit services effective Monday, February 1, 2021. Read on...
  2. NF_Colgan Creek Park Survey

    Colgan Creek Park Survey

    The City is seeking community input as to the preferred play structure design option for Colgan Creek Neighborhood Park. Survey is open until Jan. 17, 2021. Read on...
  3. SR Transit Resumes Fare Collections

    Transit Fare Collections to Resume 2.1.21

    Santa Rosa CityBus and Santa Rosa Paratransit are installing clear barriers between passengers and drivers at the farebox to maintain safe distancing as fare collections resume on Feb. 1, 2021. Read on...
  4. Rain Ready - Sand bag pile

    City Sandbag Filling Station Open

    As the rainy season approaches, sand & bags are available to Santa Rosa residents Read on...
  5. Holiday Recycling image NF

    For a Greener Holiday Season, Recycle, Reuse or Compost

    Resources for post-holiday tree curbside collection and gift wrap recycling Read on...
  6. News Flash Fulton Road

    Fulton Road Project Awarded for Innovation and Sustainability

    City's Fulton Road Project receives Infrastructure Project of the Year and 2020 Best Projects Award of Merit Read on...
  7. CityBus Joins the Clipper START Program

    CityBus Joins Clipper START Program

    Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Bay Area Transit Agencies launch new pilot program that will reduce the cost of public transportation for lower income adults. Read on...
  8. News Flash Stony Point Road Bike and Pedestrian Improvements Meeting

    Stony Point Road Bike and Ped Improvements Community Meeting

    Join us Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. as options are discussed to improve bicycle and pedestrian access along the Stony Point Road corridor. Read on...
  9. News Flash_SSDP Mayor Update

    Safe Social Distancing Program Set to Close by November 13

    The Safe Social Distancing Program in the Finley Community Center parking lot is set to close after COVID-19 testing reveals no positive test results Read on...
  10. News Flash Llano Trunk Lining

    Major Sewer Rehabilitation Project Complete

    An advanced Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) lining process utilized for the Llano Trunk Sewer Lining Rehabilitation project can extend the service life of our sewer infrastructure by 50 years. Read on...
  11. News Flash CityBus

    Celebrate Safety with CityBus

    National Safety Council honors 28 CityBus operators with Driver Safety Award Pins Read on...
  12. News Flash_Sam Jones Hall Expansion

    City to Restore Homeless Shelter Bed Capacity to Pre COVID-19 Levels

    Installation of an emergency shelter building to restore bed capacity at Sam Jones Hall Homeless Shelter is expected to begin in September. Read on...
  13. Portland Loo News Flash

    Downtown Public Restroom Installation

    The City is installing a 24-hour single occupant all gender accessible public restroom near the downtown core. Read on...
  14. News Flash_Blue Green Algae

    Blue Green Algae Blooms Observed at Lake Ralphine

    City park guests should be aware and take precautions to protect their health and the health of pets when visiting parks with bodies of water, which may contain potentially toxic Blue Green Algae. Read on...
  15. buffered bike lane E Street

    E Street Bike Lanes

    Pavement Preventative Maintenance project 2020 will reconfigure pavement striping along E Street to accommodate Class II buffered bike lanes. Read on...