Bumpiest road in Rohnert Park
For the second year in a row, readers voted for Rohnert Park in the Road Warrior’s Third Annual Worst Road Contest.
Of 82 roads pointed out by readers as the worst in Sonoma County, this year’s winner was Keiser Avenue, renowned for its narrow lanes and cracked, bumpy pavement full of potholes.
The rural road, running between fields and farmland (and one school), links Snyder Lane east to Petaluma Hill Road. Rohnert Park’s deputy city engineer, Pat Barnes, estimates rebuilding costs at $2.6 million.
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Other Rohnert Park road news:
On Monday the city began upgrading existing sidewalk access ramps to comply with new ADA specifications. There are no detours or street closures planned, and pedestrian traffic will be safely detoured around the construction sites.
View the Site Map for construction locations. The project, made possible with funding from the Sonoma County Community Development Commission, should be completed by November 2. Call 588-2232 for information.