2017 Winter Storm Events

The 2017 Winter Storm Events occurred in January and February of 2017. The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors proclaimed a Local State of Emergency that was ratified on February 17, 2017. This proclamation requested assistance from State and Federal Agencies for anticipated damages from the Storm Events.

​​Due to the magnitude of the storm projects, Tuolumne County has found it necessary to receive obligated funding before starting large projects. 

​Below is a list of project areas to repair identified damages caused by the Storm Events.

Project Name Status
Marshes Flat Road Obligation of Funding Anticipated to be Received in April 2018
Kewin Mill Road Work Complete
Italian Bar Road Obligation of Funding Anticipated to be Received in April 2018
Little Fuller Road/ Sullivan Creek  Partial Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs
Woodhams Carne Road Work Completed
Old Highway 120 Work Completed
Paving Projects- Sinkholes (Various Roads) Partial Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs
Debris Clearing- Countywide Work Completed
Rock River Road Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs
Red River Drive Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs
Middle Camp Road (at Mt Elizabeth) Temporary Repairs Completed
Duckwall Mountain- Antennas Work Completed
Evergreen Road Work Ongoing- Partially Complete
Bairds Road Work Completed
Murphy Road Work Completed
Eproson Park Work Completed
Parrots Ferry Road Flooding Work Completed
Red Hills Road Culvert Work Completed
Buchanan Road Partial Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs
Rogue River Court Obligation of Funds Received- Preparing Permanent Repairs