The City adopted it's first Bikeway Master Plan in 2009 and updated in 2011. The current Bikeway Master Plan was adopted by the Citrus Heights City Council on December 10, 2015.
The Bikeway Master Plan is intended to guide the development of bikeways throughout the community over the next 30 years.
What Does It Do?
The Bikeway Master Plan enables the City to construct bikeway improvements and be competitive for grant funding to construct bikeways throughout the community.
2015 Bikeway Master Plan Update
The City adopted its first Bikeway Master Plan in 2009, followed by a technical update in 2011. The Bikeway Master Plan was update in 2015 to:
- Include Priority 1 Creek Corridor Trails (Sylvan Library to Wachtel Way only) from the Creek Corridor Trail Project as directed by the City Council;
- Update map to reflect Class II and Class III bikeways that have been installed since 2011;
- Add Bike Lanes along various roadways;
- Add Bike Lanes that have been striped previously but were not included in the last update, and
- Add Bike Lanes that were installed part of Neighborhood Safety Improvements.
The current Bikeway Master Plan is available:
Bikeway Master Plan (PDF)
The Bikeway Map (PDF) depicts existing and proposed bikeways throughout the City.
The adopted environmental document is available here: Environmental Document (MND) (PDF) (Large File 15.6MB)