Placerville Station II - Park-N-Bus

Welcome to the Placerville Station II Park-N-Bus Improvement Project Website!  


The City of Placerville is currently preparing to start construction of an expansion to the Placerville Station Park-and-Ride located at 2990 Mosquito Road. Park-and-Ride improvements

are federally funded by the Federal Transit Administration and include paving, striping, lighting, and landscaping the existing gravel lot. Measure H/Measure L will fund widening and overlay of

Mosquito Road from Clay Street to Locust Avenue and any necessary underground utility work. Additionally, the existing El Dorado Trail will be re-aligned and flashing beacons will be installed

at the intersection of Mosquito Road and Clay Street to improve safety for pedestrians using the trail. The contract time for construction is 75 working days.

Project Updates

The bid opening was held on September 9, 2022 where the City received three bids, and the construction contract was awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Doug

Veerkamp General Engineering, Inc. on October 11, 2022. The start of project construction has been delayed by weather but is anticipated in mid-April.

Project Schedule (All dates are tentative and subject to change.)

 Construction Begins – April 17, 2023

 Construction Ends – August 8, 2023

Impacts to Transit Services

For the first phase of construction, minimal impacts to the existing bus stop and restrooms are anticipated. However, at some point during construction, the bus stop will need to be 

temporarily relocated for several days while grind and overlay of the existing bus stop pavement is performed. Safe access to the temporary bus stop will be provided to riders, and the

restrooms are expected to remain open. Please check back regularly for the latest project updates.

Construction on Mosquito Road

Although major delays are not anticipated, some delays associated with pavement grinding, overlay, and striping should be expected.

Mark Billings, of Coastland Civil Engineering, will be on-site daily overseeing construction operations and will be available to respond to most field issues that residents may have during

project construction. His mobile phone number is listed below.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience as we work to deliver another important Federally Funded/Measure H/Measure L project for the community.

Project Construction Staff

Mark Billings

Construction Inspector

Coastland Civil Engineering

Phone: (707) 495-9386

Cory Schiestel

Project Manager, City of Placerville

Phone: (530) 642-5250

Placerville Station II Competitive Bid Documents

Complete Bid Set

Placerville Station II Park N Bus Construction Management RFP

Contract Award

Proposed Final California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Document

Initial Study Negative Declaration

Notice of Completion - State Clearinghouse