The proposed project in general would widen, realign and re-stripe 24th Street from west of State Route 99 to east of M Street, as well as realign and re-stripe 23rd Street from west of C Street to east of M Street, in order to add two travel lanes (one in each direction) to the roadway. The project would also widen the Oak Street/24th Street intersection.
The sound walls along the north side of 24th Street within the residential area have been completed.
24th Street Historic Districts
The Area of Potential Effects for the 24th Street Improvement Project was established in October 2010 using the engineering footprints of all Build Alternatives. Two potential historic districts were identified within this area – the District North of 24th Street and the District South of 24th Street. These historic districts are assumed to be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places for the purposes of this project only. Visit the 24th Street Historic Districts website to see homes identified as significant to these districts.
24th Street Environmental Documents
Final Environmental Impact Report Volume 1 - Original Volume 1 of the Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment, December 2013
Final Environmental Impact Report Volume 2 - Comments and Responses on Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment, May 2012
Final Environmental Impact Report Volume 3 - Recirculated Final Environmental Impact Report and Responses to Comments
Attachment No. 1 to 24th Street Improvement Project Final Environmental Impact Report Volume 3, May 2016
24th Street Draft Map
Air Quality Report
Community Impact Assessment
Final Relocation Impact Statement
Historic Property Survey Report
Hydrology, Water Quality and Stormwater Runoff Report
Initial Site Assessment
Location Hydraulic Study
Natural Environment Study
Noise Abatement Decision Report
Noise Study Report
Paleontological Resources Report
Roadway Foundation Report
Visual Impact Analysis
Water Quality Report