2024 Local Streets and Roads Project Award WINNERS!

Town of Windsor Claims Top Honors in 2024 Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards

Also recognized are Fresno County, the city and county of San Francisco, and the cities of Moreno Valley, Victorville, Seaside, and Santa Monica.

The League of California Cities (Cal Cities), County Engineers Association of California (CEAC), and California State Association of Counties® (CSAC) proudly announce the winners of the 2024 Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards. These awards celebrate innovative and cost-efficient programs across California that preserve and protect investments in local streets, roads, and bridges.

Sponsored by Cal Cities, CEAC, and CSAC, the Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards will be presented to seven groundbreaking programs during the Cal Cities Public Works Officers Institute on March 13 in Monterey County.
“The award-winning projects underscore the vital role of transportation funding in maintaining California’s local streets and roads system and ensuring the safety of its residents,” said Panos Kokkas, President of the County Engineers Association of California and Director of Transportation for Trinity County. “These initiatives go beyond mere infrastructure enhancements — cities and counties are strategically investing in endeavors that foster economic growth and safeguard the environment.”

This year’s overall winner, the town of Windsor, is recognized for an innovative intersection improvement and multi-use pathway connector project that created a safer active transportation infrastructure for vehicles and pedestrians alike.
“Californians depend on the safety and reliability of their local streets and roads, and cities and counties are delivering on important transportation projects in their communities,” said Julie Lucido, Cal Cities Department of Public Works President and Director of Public Works for the City of Napa. “These award-winning projects highlight the innovation and excellence happening at the local level and the critical role local governments play in meeting the state’s climate goals.”

Full descriptions of winners and finalists are available on the Save California Streets website.