Road Work, Road Closures and Transportation System Plans
Transportation System Plan and Land Use Refinement Plan
Go to the Project website for more information and details (click here)
January 2021 Project Update
Thank you for all the great feedback last fall on transportation improvement ideas in King City!
Using the feedback we received last year (read the Fall 2020 Outreach Summary here!), we will create an initial list of projects for the King City TSP. This spring we'll ask for feedback from the community on this list of projects.
Help us shape King City’s first Transportation System Plan.
Even amid COVID-19, this project will offer healthy, yet engaging opportunities for community input.
Until now, King City did not own most of its major roads. Most have been managed by other jurisdictions, such as ODOT. This worked fine for a while, but the needs of our City are growing and changing. Our population has more than doubled in the last 20 years, approaching 5,000. It could double again in another 20 years.
King City is planning for gradual growth west to Roy Rogers Road, which will add to city-owned roads. Just as we are planning land use, we must also plan for how everyone will get around. The city’s first-ever Transportation System Plan (TSP) will include a framework for a safe, well-connected transportation system including policies, standards, network maps, a capital projects list, and more.
We need your help finding the best ways to serve people walking, biking, using transit, and driving.
Anticipated Project Timeline
This effort is anticipated to take 18 months and will conclude in late summer 2021.
- TSP Fact Sheet (PDF, 3.1 MB)
STREET MAINTENANCE (PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM)
The City of King City will be performing pavement rehabilitation of certain streets within the City.
During construction, it will be necessary to close the street partially or completely to vehicular traffic during construction work hours due to safety concerns. No street closure is expected to last more than 12 hours at a time. Street parking will also be restricted. "No Parking" signs will be posted along the street 3 days in advance and will be enforced by the Police Department.
Review Plans Here.
Go to the King City Road Closures Helper App
Below is a list of streets (For a more detailed list, please call Public Works):
The below list can change depending on budget and priority needs for other streets.
|2017||SW Queen Elizabeth St.||SW King George Dr.||SW Queen Victoria Pl.|
|2017||SW Queen Elizabeth St.||SW Royalty Pkwy.||SW Queen Victoria Pl.|
|2017||SW Fischer Rd||SW 132nd Avenue||SW 131st Avenue|
|2017||SW Prince Albert St.||SW Prince Albert C||SW Beef Bend Rd.|
|2019||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Qeen Mary||SW Queen Anne|
|2019||131st Street||Beef Bend||Fischer|
|2020||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Queen Mary Ave.||SW 124th|
|2021||SW Matador Ln.||SW Morocco St.||Dead End|
|SW 116th Ave.||SW Beef Bend||SW Majestic Ln|
|SW Majestic Ln.||SW Crown Dr.||SW 116th Ave.|
|SW Matador Ln.||SW Morocco St.||SW King Richard Dr.|
|2022||SW Royal Ct.||SW King Arthur Ave.||SW 123rd Ave.|
|SW Queen Victoria Pl.||Queen Elizabeth St.||Queen Victoria B|
|SW Queen Victoria Pl.||Queen Victoria B||Queen Victoria D|
|SW Crown Dr.||SW Majestic Ln.||M1|
|SW 123rd Ave.||SW Royal Ct||SW King Arthur Ave.|
|SW 123rd Ave.||SW King Arthur Ave.||SW Imperial Ave.|
|SW 126th Ave.||SW Morocco St.||SW King Richard Dr.|
|SW Camino Ave.||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Carmel St.|
|SW King Richard Dr.||SW 126th Ave.||SW 124th Ave.|
|2023||SW Monterey Ln.||Dead End||SW Moracco St.|
|SW Morocco St.||SW 126th Ave.||SW King Charles Ave.|
|SW Monaco Ln.||Dead End||SW Morocco St.|
|SW Monterey Ln.||SW Morocco St.||SW King Richard Dr.|
|SW Crown Ct.||SW 116th Ave.||Dead End|
|SW King Richard Dr.||SW 129th Ave.||SW 126th Ave.|
|SW Crown Dr.||SW 116th Ave.||SW Majestic Ln.|
|2024||SW Monterey Ln.||SW Fischer Rd.||SW King Richard Dr.|
|SW King Richard Dr.||SW Camino Ln.||SW Riviera Ln.|
|SW King Arthur||SW 123rd Ave.||SW Beef Bend Rd.|
|2025||SW Prince Edward Ct.||Prince Phillip Ct.||SW King George Dr.|
|SW 129th Ave.||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Carmel St.|
|SW Queen Victoria Pl.||Queen Victoria D||Queen Victoria E|
|SW Royalty Ct.||Dead End||SW Royalty Pkwy.|
|SW Carmel St.||SW 131st Ave.||SW 129th Ave.|
|2026||SW Queen Victoria Pl.||Queen Victoria E||SW King Charles Ave.|
|Prince Phillip Ct.||SW Prince Edward Ct.||SW King George Dr.|
|SW Qeen Anne Ave.||Qeen Anne B||SW Fischer Rd.|
|SW Prince Albert St.||SW Prince Albert C||SW King George Dr.|
|2027||SW 123rd Ave.||SW Imperial Ave.||SW Par 4 Dr.|
|SW Crown Dr.||M1||SW 116th Ave.|
|SW Par 4 Dr.||123rd Ave||SW King Henry Pl.|
|SW 129th Ave.||SW Carmel St.||SW Fischer Rd.|
|2028||SW King Richard Dr.||SW 129th Ave.||SW Riviera Ave.|
|SW King James Pl.||Dead End||SW Royalty Pkwy.|
|SW Matador Ln.||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Fischer Rd.|
|SW Riviera Ave.||SW King Richard Dr.||SW Carmel St.|
|2029||N. Jordan Way||SW 131st Ave||Cult-de-sac|
|S. Jordan Way||SW 131st Ave||Cult-de-sac|
|N-S Jordan Way||Cult-de-sac||Cult-de-sac|
STREET CUT MORATORIUM
To improve city streets' quality and service life, King City has adopted a right-of-way preservation and restoration policy (Moratorium.) This policy is designed to protect newly paved streets by limiting pavement cuts and imposing specific restoration requirements. It will also encourage better coordination with utility agencies and other users of the city rights-of-way by requiring those users to provide notice of upcoming projects requiring cutting the pavement. The policy's full text is in Chapter 12.08.095 of the King City Municipal Code, and locations are shown on this map.
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