Daniel W. Peterson, Director
915 8th Street, Suite 125, Marysville, CA 95901
Phone: (530)749-5420 Fax: (530)749-5424
We require at least two working days notice on all inspection requests.
Standard Plans & Specifications
Road Closure Requests
Request for Road Closure Form PDF
Traffic Control for Road Closure Check List PDF
Traffic Control Conditions of Acceptance PDF
Traffic Control Check List PDF
Call before you dig!
See Caltrans Stormwater Management Plan - Construction Compliance Evaluation Plan for Construction Site Review Rating Criteria.
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) information can be found under Water Resources.
CalRecycle Grant for Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA)
Yuba County received a grant funding opportunity from CalRecycle in 2017. The grant was to fund the costs to utilize tire derived aggregate (TDA) as light weight fill material for rebuilding roadway embankments and backfill behind retaining walls. Tire derived aggregate is produced by shredding used waste tires into smaller pieces that range in size from six (6) inches to twelve (12) inches. The resulting TDA is more light weight, free draining, and less expensive than conventional backfill materials. Utilizing the used tires in the shredded form repurposes the material instead of being disposed in a landfill.
The tire derived aggregate material was incorporated as light weight backfill material in some of the 2017 Storm Damage projects within the County. TDA was used in eight (8) different road locations that were damaged during the 2017 storm events. Since the roads were damaged due to excessive water runoff, the free draining aspect of the material will be beneficial to reduce the likelihood of future slides. Plus the lighter weight of the material will mean less pressure on the retaining walls. The Public Works Department believes the TDA material will perform well over time and will help maintain the roadway integrities where it was installed.
Using TDAs in these projects diverted 286,861 of California's waste tires from landfills.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Program
The County of Yuba has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 49 CFR Part 26. The County of Yuba has received Federal financial assistance from the DOT, and as a condition of receiving this assistance, the County of Yuba will sign an assurance that it will comply with 49 CFR Part 26.
DBE Program Overview
ADA Transition Plan PDF