Graton community meeting will address damaged Green Valley Road

County officials will hold a community meeting Friday outside Graton to describe emergency creek work and road repairs planned to commence after Green Valley Road was damaged by floodwaters.Green Valley Creek this week jumped its banks, flooded the roadway...

Graton community meeting will address damaged Green Valley Road

County officials will hold a community meeting Friday outside Graton to describe emergency creek work and road repairs planned to commence after Green Valley Road was damaged by floodwaters.

Green Valley Creek this week jumped its banks, flooded the roadway and damaged the pavement. The road remains closed.

The community meeting will take place at 4 p.m. at the Sanchietti barn, 10076 Green Valley Road, at the corner of Sullivan Road.

The Sonoma County Water Agency and the Department of Transportation and Public Works are working with the Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District to plan the emergency work.

As part of those plans, the water agency is planning next week to send in crews to remove “non-native vegetation and sediment to deepen and widen the channel parallel to the road to keep the water and fish in its natural channel,” according to a press release. The work should take about a week.

Road crews also must repair damaged sections of pavement.

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