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Useful Community Information

Download the 2016 Community Resource Guide here:
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This publication prints on legal size paper - 8-1/2" x 14" - and is courtesy of the Fallbrook Healthcare District
 

 

Highway 76 Project Improvements 

The SR 76 East Segment is the final segment in a series of three improvement projects to the SR 76 corridor located between I-15 and I-5. The East Segment stretches 5.2 miles from South Mission Road to I-15 and serves local, intraregional, and interregional traffic. The project will develop a four-lane highway and widen and improve the SR 76/I-15 interchange.View project updates and advisories in the Newsroom.

Project Features

Construction of the East Segment will widen and realign SR 76 to a four-lane highway to meet present travel needs and accommodate future growth. The project also modified and upgraded the SR 76/I-15 interchange.

Improvements to the East Segment include:

Physical Improvements:

  • Widening the roadway from South Mission Road to Old Highway 395 to create a four-lane highway
  • Expanding the Park & Ride at SR 76 and Old Highway 395
  • Widening and upgrading the SR 76/I-15 interchange, including improvements to existing on- and off-ramps and the addition of two loop on-ramps to I-15, to improve traffic operations and efficiency

Safety Enhancements:

  • Creating a median barrier to separate oncoming traffic
  • Realigning curves to improve sight and stopping distances
  • Providing new standard width shoulders in each direction to accommodate bicycles, pedestrians, and emergency parking

Environmental Benefits:

  • Facilitating wildlife movement by constructing animal undercrossings and directional fencing
  • Improving water quality by mitigating storm water run-off through the implementation of biofiltration swales/strips and new drainage systems
  • Creating, restoring and revegetating habitat areas
  • Supporting San Luis Rey River Park plans

Project Goals

The project goals are to improve travel, increase motorist safety, and protect and enhance the natural environment.

Schedule

The first phase of the project improved the interchange at SR 76 and I-15 and was opened to traffic in August 2013. Construction of the second phase will widen and realign SR 76 to a four-lane highway from just east of South Mission Road to the newly improved SR 76/I-15 interchange. Major construction efforts for the second phase of the project began in November 2014 and will last about three years through fall 2017.

For more information or to download fact sheets, visit this webpage:

Information on Household Hazardous Waste

Universal Waste Hotline (877) 713-2784

Household Hazardous Waste Pickup for Seniors

(877) 713-2784 - ask for the "Door-to-Door" service

Report a Pothole

Division II Road Station, Bonsall -  (760) 758-0171

Report Graffiti

Sheriff's Dispatch (760) 728-1113 or County Dispatch (858) 565-5200

Report Illegal Dumping

Sheriff's Department Dispatch (760) 728-1113
 
If items are dumped in the County right-of-way along any Fallbrook road, call the DPW Bonsall Road Station (760) 758-0171.

Traffic Advisory Committee

Description of Traffic Advisory Committee with a link to their brochure (2 pages)

http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/dpw/transportation/traffic-advisory-committee.html

The TAC will assist all residents in the unincorporated area of San Diego County with any issues related to traffic safety: stop and yield signs, traffic signals, parking speed, crossings.

Traffic Engineering Service Request Form

 
Traffic Engineering Programs include: Adopt-a-Road, Operational Improvements (safety hazards), speeding in residential neighborhoods, traffic control for special events, names for street signs, and all issues related to regulatory controls.
 
(You can fill out the Service Request Form on-line or mail in a hard copy)

Useful County Web Pages

Frequently Asked County Questions

SD County General Plan

 

Fallbrook General Plan Land Use Map & Community Plan

This document is the first comprehensive update of the San Diego County General Plan since 1978 and is based on a set of guiding principles designed to protect the County's unique and diverse natural resources and maintain the character of its rural and semi-rural communities.

Mobility Element (36 pages)

 
This document describes the County's Transportation Network and lists all the major road categories and their major design features, with detailed descriptions and illustration for each road standard.

TIF Program

Transportation Impact Fees provide funding for construction of transportation facilities needed to support traffic generated by new development.
This website links you to all pertinent TIF Facility Maps. The Fallbrook TIF Facility Map is located on this website.

Fallbrook & Ramona Transportation Impact Fee Report

 
Explains the creation of TIF Program for Fallbrook and Ramona and evacuates transportation needs throughout the community, projects potential costs and funding requirements, and assesses program implementation. (184 pages)
 
 
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Community Events

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