The Transportation Division of the El Dorado County Community Development Agency is in the process of preparing a Project Study Report (PSR) for the Mt. Murphy Road Bridge. The purpose of the PSR is to identify possible alternatives to repair or replace the existing bridge crossing the South Fork of the American River in the town of Coloma.
Prior to commencement of the study, the Transportation Division is conducting a public outreach effort to gather input, help identify the needs and concerns of the Community, and answer any questions about the process. This Bridge Project Study Report will reflect these issues and concerns and address potential improvements necessary to the existing facility to meet current and future needs. The pros and cons of several alternatives need to be considered before any decisions can be made.
Comments or Questions?
Online Form: Comment FormEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (530) 621-5900Fax: (530) 626-0387Mail: El Dorado CountyTransportation Division Attn: Bridge Project Coordinator 2850 Fairlane CourtPlacerville, CA 95667
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The County cannot adequately address all issues without public input from those who are directly affected on a daily basis. Therefore, the public is encouraged to remain engaged throughout the process.
All materials and documents used during the public outreach as well new information and announcements as they become available are provided through the links below.
Geotechnical Work along Mt. Murphy Road - posted 11/21/2017
Project Status Presentation - Public Meeting, January 12, 2017
Public Meeting Notice for Updated Information on the Bridge - January 12, 2017
Presentation of Environmental Review Process & Public Scoping
Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report & Notice of Public Meeting
Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting #3 Summary - Posted 10/10/2014
Mt. Murphy Bridge Preliminary Alternative Exhibits
Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting #2 Summary and Draft Criteria - Posted 06/16/2014
Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting #1 Summary - Posted 04/25/2014