Which Sonoma County roads are most in need of repairs? Do you have a potholed road in your neighborhood? Is your street unsafe to drive on?
With Sonoma County voters being asked to vote on a proposed five-year, quarter-cent sales tax aimed at repairing roads throughout the county on June 2, The Press Democrat wants your thoughts on which roads are the worst. We are still looking for photos or videos of your nominations for bad roads throughout the county for a map displaying how Sonoma County residents are affected by crumbling and potholed pavement.
So far, we’ve heard that Spring Hill Road west of Petaluma is among the worst, as well as Frei Road between Graton and Santa Rosa. Sonoma Mountain Road is a top contender, as is Faught Road north of Larkfield-Wikiup and Lichau Road in Penngrove.
What do you think? Send your input to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “worst roads.” In your email, include the name of the road, as well as your first and last name and a contact phone number. We may get in touch for future articles about the state the county’s roads, and efforts to repair them.
You can reach Staff Writer Angela Hart at 526-8503 or email@example.com. On Twitter @ahartreports.