Road Closure Information
The GranFondo has a tremendous positive impact on our community; and we’d like to think the positives way outweigh any negative. However, it is a fact that traffic in the area of the Finley Center will be impacted by the event. With 7,500+ riders starting at 8:00am, the logistics are fairly involved. Our goal is to get riders to the event as quickly and easily as possible and get them on their way and off the city streets soon thereafter.
With that in mind, we’ve worked closely with the City of Santa Rosa to minimize the impact the event will have on local residents and businesses. There will be ample signage and traffic control personnel to assist with directing traffic in and around the area of the GranFondo.
Traffic Control and Road Closure Schedule (Santa Rosa)
There is a traffic control plan in place for the following hours on the day of the GranFondo within/near the Santa Rosa City limits:
1:00a – 7:00a
Northbound Stony Point Rd. between W. 9th St. and W. College Ave. will be closed
7:00a – 7:45a
Northbound and southbound Stony Point Rd. between W. 9th St. and W. College Ave. will be closed
7:45a – 9:00a
Full closures of the following road segments will be in effect:
- Stony Point Rd. between Glenbrook and W. College Ave.
- W. College Ave. between Stony Point Rd. and Cassasa Way
- W. Third St. west of Fulton Rd.
- W. 9th St. at Stony Point Rd. (access to the shopping center will remain open)
Some roads will have partial closures with one-way traffic on one or both sides of the street. Partial closures of the following road segments will be in effect:
- Stony Point Rd. between Glenbrook and W. Third St.
- W. College Ave. between Cassasa Way and Fulton Rd.
- Fulton Rd. between Guerneville Rd. and W. College Ave.
- Fulton Rd. between W. College Ave. and W. Third St.
See map for traffic lanes that will serve one-way traffic only.
9:00a – 7:00p
Stony Point Rd. will have 2-way traffic on the southbound side. West 9th will not be accessible from Stony Point Rd.; access will be from Dutton Ave.
Traffic Control and Road Closure Schedule (West Sonoma County)
7:50AM–8:30AM West College Ave from Stony Point to Fulton
8:00AM–8:40AM Fulton from West College to Hall Rd
8:00AM–8:50AM Hall Rd From Fulton Rd to Sanford Rd
8:05AM–8:50AM Sanford Rd from Hall Rd to Occidental Rd
8:05AM–9:00AM Occidental Rd from Sanford Rd to Mill Station Rd
8:10AM–9:15AM Mill Station Rd from Occidental Rd to Sullivan Rd
8:10AM–9:30AM Sullivan Rd from Mill Station Rd to Graton Rd
8:15AM–10:00AM Graton Rd from Sullivan Rd to Bohemian Hwy
8:30AM–10:00AM Bohemian Hwy from Graton Rd to River Rd
IMPACTED AREAS WILL INCLUDE: Occidental, Duncans Mills, Cazadero to King Ridge Rd, Hauser Bridge, Seaview, Meyers Grade, Highway 1, Coleman Valley Rd, Joy Rd, and Bittner Rd.
Residents and businesses along the event routes can expect to see elevated bicycle presence on all routes of the GranFondo. The majority of the cycling traffic will occur during the following times on the following roads:
8:00am–10:30am, Santa Rosa to Occidental: West College, Hall Rd., Sanford Rd., Occidental Rd., Mill Station Rd., Sullivan Rd., Graton Rd. Bicycle traffic westbound.
8:30am–11:00am, Occidental to Monte Rio: Bohemian Hwy. Bicycle traffic northbound.
8:45am–11:00am, Monte Rio to Duncans Mills: Moscow Rd. Bicycle traffic westbound.
8:45am–12:00pm, Monte Rio to Cazadero: Hwy 116, Cazadero Hwy. Bicycle traffic westbound, then northbound.
9:00am–1:45pm, Cazadero to Tin Barn Rd.: King Ridge Rd. Bicycle traffic north/westbound.
9:00am-4:30pm, Meyers Grade to Portuguese Beach: Hwy 1. Bicycle traffic southbound.
9:15am–4:30pm, Portuguese Beach to Occidental: Portuguese Valley Rd. Bicycle traffic eastbound.
9:30am–6:00pm, Occidental to far West Santa Rosa: Graton Rd., Sullivan Rd., Mill Station Rd., Occidental Rd., Sanford Rd., Willowside Road. Bicycle traffic eastbound.
10:00am–3:00pm, Tin Barn to Meyers Grade: Hauser Bridge Rd., Seaview Rd., Meyers Grade. Bicycle traffic southbound.
Emergency vehicle access will be maintained at all times and will take priority over other forms of traffic.