Electric Greenway Trail Project
The Electric Greenway Trail Project is a 2.9 mile multi-use trail between Sunrise Boulevard (near Arcade Creek Park Preserve) and Wachtel Way largely following an existing Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) electric corridor easement. The project is located in the city and unincorporated Orangevale, and connects several neighborhoods to seven parks, several schools and the Sunrise MarketPlace. In addition to a paved multi-use trail, this Project also includes:
• A new signalized crossing of Fair Oaks Boulevard
• Pathway lighting
• Sidewalk, curb and gutter along a segment of Oak Avenue
• Drainage improvements
• Traffic signal modifications, and
The Electric Greenway has undergone environmental analysis as required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This analysis evaluates the potential for environmental impacts in numerous categories. On May 1, the city released a Notice of Intent to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for the Electric Greenway Project. Written comments on the proposed MND were accepted from May 1 though May 31, 2019.
The revised Mitigated Negative Declaration will be considered by the City Council at a public hearing on June 27, 2019 at 7 PM at the City Council Chambers. A staff report with additional information is available here.
View the documents by clicking below.
Revised Mitigated Negative Declaration (Updated June 27, 2019)
The project is in the preliminary analysis and environmental review phase. A design consultant firm, GHD, has been leading the design, environmental clearance, and right-of-way phases of the project.
This project will install facilities within seven parks owned and maintained by Sunrise Recreation & Park District and Orangevale Recreation & Park District.
Contact: General Services Department, (916) 727-4770 or ElectricGreenway@citrusheights.net
Thank you to those who attended the Community Open House Events Tuesday, January 8, 2019 and Tuesday, May 21, 2019!
On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, and Tuesday, May 21, 2019, the City of Citrus Heights hosted informational Open House Events for the Electric Greenway Trail Project at the Sunrise Tech Center Multi-Purpose Room, located at 7322 Sunrise Blvd, Citrus Heights.
Use the links below to see the presentation materials from the Open House. The FAQ's are posted at the top of this page.
Event Summary for 01/08/19 Open House Event
- Appendix A Community Feedback (3.5 MB)
- Appendix B Presentation Material (90 MB)
- Appendix C Handouts (1 MB)
- Appendix D Publicity and Noticing (2 MB)
- Appendix E Frequently Asked Questions (1 MB)
Event Summary for 05/21/19 Open House Event
- Appendix A Community Feedback (2 MB)
- Appendix B Presentation Material (80 MB)
- Appendix C Handouts (1 MB)
- Appendix D Publicity and Noticing (3 MB)
- Appendix E Environmental Documents (5.5 MB)
Virtual Community Workshop
In addition to the Community Open House Events, the City of Citrus Heights hosted a Virtual Community Workshop from May 21, 2019 to June 4, 2019 to engage with the public about the project and get input from members of the community who may not have attended one of the open house events. More than 120 members of the community participated. Click here to see the summary of the Virtual Community Workshop, including graphs of selections and comments from participants.
Page last updated July 8, 2019.