County routes in Lake County, California

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There are several county routes in Lake County, California that are numbered using a different system than that of the rest of the state. County routes in California are typically numbered using a region letter followed by a number. Routes in Northern California are in regions A, B and D. Central California has regions E, G and J while letters N, R and S are assigned to Southern California. Lake County uses numerical designations for their county routes, bypassing the alphanumeric designations of the rest of the state.

County Route 145[edit]

County Route 145 is a county highway in Lake County. It was paved in 1984.[1]

County Route 502[edit]

County Route 502 is a county highway in Lake County. It was constructed to allow access to Konocti Bay.[2]

County Route 505[edit]

County Route 505, also known as Gaddy Lane,[3] is a county highway in Lake County.

County Route 515[edit]

County Route 515 is a county highway in Lake County. It serves The Geysers, as well as residents on Cobb Mountain.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "California Highways". cahighways.org.
  2. ^ "California Highways". cahighways.org.
  3. ^ "California Highways". cahighways.org.
  4. ^ "California Highways". cahighways.org.