M375A Historic Oak Grove Bridge


The Historic Oak Grove Bridge is  an  approximately 108-foot-long structure providing access across the East Fork of the Kaweah  River. The  existing  bridge,  constructed  in  1923,  is  considered a historic resource. The bridge received a low sufficiency rating and was flagged as structurally deficient due to deterioration of the bridge over time. The purpose of the project is to enhance public safety, improve the sufficiency rating, and remove the structurally deficient flag. In order to meet the purpose of the project, Tulare  County, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to either rehabilitate the existing bridge or construct a replacement bridge structure/retain the existing bridge


Historic Oak Grove Bridge Public Meeting Presentation

Historic Oak Grove Bridge Display Board