Caltrans to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Konocti Corridor Improvement Project


Logo for Konocti Corridor project in Lake County. The words Konocti Corridor are visible beneath a mountain landscape with clouds overhead. A four-lane road begins on the left and curves up to the right.

What: The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of the $85 million first segment of the Konocti Corridor Project on Wednesday, June 7 in Lake County. This project is a cooperative effort funded by Caltrans, the Lake County Area Planning Council (LAPC), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Located between the communities of Lower Lake and Kelseyville, the new three-mile segment of State Route 29 was widened to a four-lane expressway to improve safety.


Caltrans Deputy District Director, Project and Asset Management, Richard Mullen

Lake APC Executive Director, Lisa Davey-Bates

CHP, Clear Lake Area, Lieutenant Commander Dan Fansler

When: Wednesday, June 7 at 11 a.m.

Where: Hwy 29- Konocti Rock Company Road

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Location/Parking:

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held in Kelseyville off of Hwy 29 at Konocti Rock Company Road. Onsite flaggers will direct attendees to the parking area at Crimson Ridge.