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Brea Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project - Cancelled

Notice of Project Cancellation

Last year, OC Public Works issued a draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that evaluated potential environmental effects associated with the Brea Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project (Project) for public review and comment. The public comment period began December 1, 2022 and ended February 3, 2023.  For detailed information about the project, please see documents below.

Based on numerous comments we received from residents, advocacy groups, and other public agencies, OC Public Works is discontinuing work on the EIR, and will cancel the Project. Instead, OC Public Works will be evaluating other less intrusive means of addressing the aging infrastructure along the corridor. We appreciate the feedback received on this Project as it helps us better tailor our projects to meet the needs of the communities we serve.  

Please be aware that we will continue to evaluate the road because maintenance projects are still needed to address the aging bridges. Additionally, OC Public Works plan to study traffic patterns after completion of Caltrans’ SR-57 Lambert Road Interchange Improvement and SR-57 Freeway Widening projects to determine if a traffic signal is still warranted to address congestion at Tonner Canyon Road.   

Any future projects in this area will not be associated with this Project and will be separately evaluated for compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

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