County of Tuolumne, Colorado

Population (Year): 55810  (2021)

The County of Tuolumne in California faces several infrastructure challenges, including road and bridge maintenance, water supply, and solid waste disposal. The county has a large network of roads and bridges that require regular maintenance, but funding for repairs is limited. Additionally, the county’s water supply is threatened by drought conditions, and officials are working to find ways to conserve water and manage the demand. Finally, the county is grappling with the issue of solid waste disposal, with limited options for managing and disposing of waste. Officials are exploring alternative waste management strategies, such as recycling and composting, to reduce the county’s reliance on landfills.

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Algerine Road Crossing Algerine Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Bridge No. 32C0073


The proposed project is to widen the existing bridge through rehabilitation or replacement. New railing will be installed to meet current standards.


Not Started


Evergreen Road Reconstruction Project


This project will reconstruct and widen 7.41 miles of Evergreen Road which begins at the junction with State Route 120 and proceeds north 7.41 miles to the junction with Mather Road (Forest Route 1S02). Roadway improvements will consist of pulverizing, importing aggregate base, paving, widening, improvements to one major drainage structure, paved ditches, and shoulder and ditch reconditioning. Safety improvements will include curve widening, signing, striping, increasing the clear zone, guardrail evaluation and pedestrian safety pavement markings.


Not Started


Old Wards Ferry Road crossing Curtis Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Bridge No. 32C0017


The proposed project is to replace the existing one lane bridge with a cast-in-place, prestressed concrete slab bridge. The bridge is designated as 32C0017.


Not Started


Tuolumne Townsite Rule 20A


The Tuolumne Townsite Underground Utility District encompasses the civic and public recreation areas of Tuolumne, including a portion of Chestnut Ave., Bay Ave., Fir Ave., Hodge Ave., Willow Ave., Main St., Pine St. and Carter St. The County will be coordinating with PG&E to move all overhead utilities underground.


Not Started


Wards Ferry Road crossing Deer Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Bridge No. 32C0003


The proposed project is to replace the existing one lane bridge with a cast-in-place, prestressed reinforced concrete box girder, two lane bridge. The bridge is designated as 32C0003.


Not Started

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  1. A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
  2. The projects ranked in order of preference
  3. The plan for financing the projects
  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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