Public Works Plans and Projects


ADA Transition Plan

The City of Rancho Cordova adopted a ADA Transition Plan on May 2, 2005. The main purpose of this plan is to develop policies and practices for implementing physical pedestrian improvements within the public right-of-way of the City of Rancho Cordova. The goal is to optimize the pedestrian experience, to provide safe and usable pedestrian facilities for all pedestrians, and to assure compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and standards.

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and subsequent interpretations by the Department of Justice require municipalities such as the City of Rancho Cordova to prepare a plan detailing how they will make their streets and roads accessible to disabled individuals. In addition, the plan is addressing California Title 24 requirements. The plan identifies and prioritizes disabled access projects, estimate project costs, highlight and implementation schedule and funding strategy, and grievance and monitoring programs.

For additional information contact Travis Evans, ADA Coordinator, at (916) 851-8906 or via email at

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans

The City of Rancho Cordova has completed the Draft Final Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans. These plans will help promote safe and desirable non-motorized travel for residents and workers and to provide good connections across Highway 50 and to regional trails systems like the American River Parkway Trail. The Final Master Plans were presented to the Rancho Cordova City Council for approval on March 21, 2011.

For additional information, please contact Travis Evans, Rancho Cordova Bike and Ped Coordinator, at 851-8906 or via email at

Transit Master Plans

The City of Rancho Cordova has prepared a Transit Master Plan that will set the framework for future city-wide transit service. This service will provide options to automobile travel for residents and workers, both within the City and in surrounding areas. Service concepts will be geared toward connecting neighborhoods and business opportunities and will be closely coordinated with the Sacramento Regional Transit District’s Gold Line service, providing smooth and timely connections.

For additional information, please contact Mark Thomas, Senior Engineer at 851-8876.

Capital Improvement Plan

The 2016-2020 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) represents the FY15/16 and FY16/17 Capital Improvement Budget and a three-year plan for FY17/18 – FY19/20. The CIP provides program summary information for the City’s various capital improvement funding programs, as well as project summary information (budget, expenditures, and schedule) for the specific projects selected for implementation during the CIP period.

Approved Five Year Capital Improvement Plan:

For additional information, contact Megan Siren, Management Analyst II at 851-8892 or via email at

The Promenade Project

The City of Rancho Cordova is developing a concept for a new bicycle and pedestrian crossing over Highway 50 in the vicinity of Prospect Park Drive on the South and Olson Drive on the North. The bridge has been identified as “The Promenade” and will connect office parks and future residents south of Highway 50 with the City’s commercial core on the north of Highway 50, effectively linking more than 25,000 jobs with light rail and retail services.

For additional information, please contact Mark Thomas, Senior Engineer at 851-8876.

Rancho Cordova Parkway/Highway 50 Interchange Project

The City of Rancho Cordova has initiated a project that will construct a new Highway 50 interchange half way between the Sunrise Boulevard Interchange and the Hazel Avenue Interchange. This project is among several transportation projects that will serve new growth South of Highway 50. The City of Rancho Cordova, with our partners Sacramento County and the California Department of Transportation have identified a set of transportation improvements that will ensure safe and efficient transportation service in the years to come. The following web site provides a link to the Interchange Project web site.

For additional information, please contact Mark Thomas, Senior Engineer at 851-8876.

2016 Street Rehabilitation Project

The City of Rancho Cordova is in the midst of the 2016 Street Rehabilitation Project in the Cordova Towne and White Rock Neighborhoods. This project will provide newly paved roads, easier to walk sidewalks, and better drainage. Click here to read a project update.

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