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Cajalco Expansion Project

Expanding Cajalco Through Lake Mathews

The Cajalco Expansion Project will be a 4 lane road with a 2 lane island for future development. The county needs to approve a new plan before 2014 or the mid-county parkway will come back on the table.

Here are 2 proposals for the expansion route:

Proposal 1

Proposal 2

Cajalco Multi-Modal Corridor

Mail Your Comment:

If you prefer, you can send a written comment via regular mail. We would suggest sending a copy to RAGLM as well so we may hold the department accountable.

Riverside County
Transportation Department

3525 14th Street
Riverside, CA 92501

3410 La Sierra Ave. #F41
Riverside, CA 92503
Send Your Comment:
If you have a concern with the project and how it will affect our area or simply wish to comment on it, please fill out the form below. They must legally address any concerns in the Environmental Impact Report (EIR). So make sure when you voice your concern, state that it should be addressed in the 'EIR' if it something that you feel needs to be.

A copy of your email will be sent to Cheryl Donahue (Public Relations), Mary Zambon (Environmental Lead), you will receive a copy and a copy will be sent to RAGLM as well. We will keep the comments on file just to hold the department accountable and make sure they address all submited comments or issues.

Even though the public hearing period is over we
strongly encourage you to let them know how you feel.
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Public Scoping Meeting Information Site

Notice of Scoping Meeting

County Transportation Website on The "Cajalco Road Improvement Project"

Send Your Request For DEIR and Notifications
You can use the form below to send a request to the transportation department, asking them to send you a copy of the Draft Environmental Impact Report when it is available. You may also request to be notified about any future documents, future meetings, and any comments that have been submitted thus far.
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Take Action
1. Contact your officials and make your voice heard.

County Supervisor:
(951) 955-1010

Planning Department:
(951) 955-3200

Transportation Department:
(951) 955-6790

Email the County Supervisor's Office.

Email the Transportaion Director's Office.

2. Attend the county hearing. This is the best way to show the county your stance on this project.

Date: TBD
Location: N/A

Poll Question:
Vote now and tell us how you feel.
21 Surveyed
Do you want the Cajalco Expansion on the plateau or in the existing spot?
Existing Spot
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Comments 1 - 3 of 3

5/29/2017 2:53:08 PM
Wow, city by the Lake? That is the real eye opener ! Even more so for me not to be in favor of any expansion of road development on Cajalco Rd. Thank you Nathan.
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10/30/2011 11:10:03 AM
On its face, proposal 1 appears to be the logical best selection. The hairpin curve on the west end could be very dangerous. The total cost is likely to be less since there would be less land to acquire. Far less "critical" habitat would be taken. And finally, there would be less disruption, dust and noise to those living in Gavilan Hills during construction. But why should I care? I doubt the state, county or feds will have enough money to fund development during my lifetime.
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10/20/2011 2:57:32 PM
Please take a look at the two proposals above and notice the difference. Proposal 1 stays on the existing Cajalco route while Proposal 2 goes through preserve land, is a longer stretch of road, is much more dangerous and more expensive to construct. But you can not discount the fact that Proposal 2 would make it go through a nice wide open area right next to the lake. To me, this looks like the birth of the City of Lake Mathews. That is the perfect area to develop a new city by the lake to me.
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