Main Street Bridge Project 2018-03-24T21:45:34+00:00
Sutter Creek Main Street Bridge Project

Main Street Bridge Project

sutter creek bridgeWe want to help make this process as easy as possible for everyone as we prepare for our exciting remodel of the Main Street Bridge!

  • The Main St. Bridge project is scheduled to advertise for bids on January 12th with construction scheduled to commence in early April.
  • PG&E will be performing gas relocation work on Main St. and Badger St. from Feb. 12th – Feb. 23rd with traffic control on Main St. and Badger St.
  • Schedules for AT&T and PG&E electrical relocation’s have not been determined yet.
  • Every effort is being made to lessen the impact this project will have on our Main St. businesses and our community in general.
  • Although scheduled events and peak visitor times will be taken into consideration during the street closure scheduling process, be prepared to be flexible.
  • We will continue to provide updated information regarding the progress of this project as soon as it is available. Info can also be found on our website: as well as on facebook and twitter.

Photo at the top of this page is a composite of new Main Street Bridge and Plaza – driver’s eye view.

Final Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration

Detailed drawing of Sutter Creek Bridge and Plaza project – PDF

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Sutter Creek is a General Law City, which means it is organized in accordance with provisions of the State Government Code.

City of Sutter Creek Vision Statement

We the citizens of Sutter Creek envision the future of our community as preserving our sense of the past and maintaining the historic integrity of our buildings, artifacts, landscape,greenbelt and natural environment with a strong sense of community and quality of life; and that our managed growth will honor the above, will be patterned after historic walkable neighborhoods and will include the educational needs of our community within these neighborhoods, clear edges between cities, thriving local businesses, parks, playgrounds and walking paths throughout the community, will generate revenues to meet community needs and will provide an inspiration planning model for other communities in the region.