Somerset Avenue

Project Overview

The Somerset Avenue Sidewalk Improvement Project extends from Stanton Avenue to Redwood Road in Castro Valley. New concrete sidewalks will be constructed along this section of Somerset. The project will improve pedestrian and bicycle access to Castro Valley High School, Castro Valley Elementary School, Our Lady of Grace School, and the Castro Valley Downtown area. 

Project Features

  • Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs, and Gutters
  • Pedestrian Ramps
  • Bulb-outs
  • Street Trees
  • High Visibility Crosswalks
  • Drainage Improvements
  • Traffic Signal and Lighting Upgrades
  • Storm Water Treatment Facilities

Community Meeting

You are invited to participate at the Board of Supervisors Transportation and Planning Committee Meeting on Monday, November 7, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. to provide input on selecting the preferred project option.

Option 1: Keep existing on-street parking on both sides of the street. Install shared lane markings for bicycles (Class III bikeway).

Option 2: Remove on-street parking on one side. Install Class II bike lanes on both sides.

Option 3: Remove on-street parking on both sides. Install buffered Class II bike lanes on both sides.

You are encouraged to attend.
This is a hybrid meeting.
You can attend virtually:
by phone: 1 (888) 475 4499 Webinar ID: 858 8933 8665 or
In Person: The Alameda County Administration Building, Board of Supervisors Chambers
1221 Oak Street, Room 512, 5th Floor, Oakland


CIP Category

Sidewalk Improvement

Construction Start Date

To Be Determined


The project is in the preliminary design phase.

Project Location

On Somerset Avenue, from Stanton Avenue to Redwood Road, in Castro Valley.

Supervisorial District

District 4

Project Manager

Bond Ng


For more information email or call (510) 670-5591. Click here to receive e-mail updates.