California County Routes in zone E

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There are 21 routes assigned to the "E" zone of the California Route Marker Program, which designates county routes in California. The "E" zone includes county highways in Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, El Dorado, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Solano, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba counties.



County Route E1
LocationAlpine County
Length3.91 mi[1] (6.29 km)

County Route E1, a county route in Alpine County, runs from Grover Hot Springs State Park to SR 89 near Markleeville. It is the only signed county route in Alpine County.



County Route E2
LocationSacramentoPlacer Counties
Length28.89 mi[1] (46.49 km)

County Route E2 is a major north–south arterial thoroughfare in Northern California, USA running from State Route 99 in Elk Grove to Interstate 80 and Douglas Boulevard in Roseville. It consists of Grant Line Road, Sunrise Boulevard and Sunrise Avenue.

Route descriptionEdit

County Route E2 begins as Grant Line Road at the interchange with State Route 99. It heads northeast briefly on a four to six-lane roadway, reducing to a rural two-lane roadway just past Waterman Road, skirting the city limits of Elk Grove to the west. E2 then turns north onto Sunrise Boulevard, where it remains a two-lane roadway, intersecting State Route 16 (also known as Jackson Road).[2] The route enters the city of Rancho Cordova and dramatically widens to six lanes near the intersection of Kiefer Boulevard. This stretch of roadway was recently widened between Kiefer Boulevard and Douglas Road to accommodate increasing traffic to the surrounding new housing development.[3] The route turns northwest just after Douglas Road and then turns north again approaching White Rock Road. It approaches U.S. Route 50 at an interchange, then skirting the community of Gold River to the east. The route leaves Rancho Cordova, crossing the American River and into the community of Fair Oaks. It enters the city of Citrus Heights after Madison Avenue and is reduced to four lanes after intersecting Greenback Lane (County Route E14). It remains four lanes for the remainder of the route, entering Placer County and the city of Roseville. The route becomes Sunrise Avenue at the county line for a few miles, ending at I-80 and Douglas Boulevard.[2]



County Route E3
LocationPlacerSacramento Counties
Length12.76 mi[1] (20.54 km)

County Route E3 is a county road in Placer and Sacramento counties that connects U.S. Route 50 near Rancho Cordova to Interstate 80 near Rocklin. It is carried by Hazel Avenue from the U.S. Route 50 interchange to the Sacramento/Placer county line. It is carried by Sierra College Boulevard from the Sacramento/Placer county line to the Interstate 80 interchange.



County Route E4
LocationYolo County
Length16.30 mi[1] (26.23 km)

County Route E4 is a road in Yolo County connecting State Route 16 in Esparto and I-5 in Dunnigan.



County Route E5
LocationTuolumne County
Length4.03 mi[1] (6.49 km)

County Route E5 is a road in Tuolumne County connecting State Route 49 and SR 108 in Jamestown and SR 49 in Tuttletown.



County Route E6
LocationYolo County
Length15.93 mi[1] (25.64 km)

County Route E6 is a road in Yolo County connecting I-505 and SR 128 with I-80 near Davis.



County Route E7
LocationSolanoYolo Counties
Length14.32 mi[1] (23.05 km)

County Route E7 is a road in Solano and Yolo Counties connecting I-80 and SR 16 near Woodland. It is part of County Road 98 in Yolo County and is part of Pedrick Road in Solano County.



County Route E8
LocationYolo County
Length15.93 mi[1] (25.64 km)

County Route E8 is a major north–south route in Yolo County stretching from Covell Boulevard (County Route E6) in Davis, passing through Woodland and reaching its terminus at SR 113 near Knights Landing. It consists of Pole Line Road and County Road 102.



County Route E9
LocationSacramentoYolo Counties
Length13.08 mi[1] (21.05 km)

County Route E9 is a road in Sacramento and Yolo Counties connecting to SR 160 at both ends. It runs on top of the western levee of the Sacramento River for nearly all its length. It is known as Sutter Slough Bridge Road from its southern junction with SR 160 at the Paintersville Bridge near the town of Courtland in Sacramento County to the Yolo County line at Sutter Slough. Once in Yolo County it is known as South River Road and passes through the town of Clarksburg before crossing over the Freeport Bridge and ending at its northern junction with SR 160 at the town of Freeport in Sacramento County.



County Route E10
LocationYolo County
Length9.86 mi[1] (15.87 km)

County Route E10 is a county road in Yolo County connecting I-505 and SR 113.



County Route E11
LocationYolo County
Length5.19 mi[1] (8.35 km)

County Route E11 is a county route located in Yolo County, connecting SR 113 and SR 45 near Tyndall Landing.



County Route E12
LocationSacramento County
Length6.83 mi[1] (10.99 km)

County Route E12 is a county route in Sacramento County that connects County Route J8 Franklin Boulevard with CR E2 (CA) Grant Line Road in the city of Elk Grove. It is known as Elk Grove Boulevard and is a major east-west arterial from Franklin Boulevard to Elk Grove-Florin Road; east of this intersection, the road narrows to two lanes and proceeds east through the historical "Old Town" section of the City of Elk Grove. The road continues east until its junction with Grant Line Road.



County Route E13
LocationSacramento County
Length14.79 mi[1] (23.80 km)
  River Road[4]

County Route E13, is a county road in Sacramento County that connects CR J11 in Walnut Grove with SR 99 and SR 104 in Galt.

Route DescriptionEdit

County Route E13 begins at its junction with CR J11 at the eastern terminus of the Walnut Grove Bridge in Walnut Grove and proceeds north on top of the eastern levee of the Sacramento River, along River Road. At the intersection of River Road and Twin Cities Road, CR E13 turns east and follows Twin Cities Road. The route intersects I-5 and County Route J8 north of the town of Thornton, and continues east until its junction with SR 99 and SR 104 in Galt.

River Road is on the California Scenic Highway System.



County Route E14
LocationSacramento County
Length17.62 mi[1] (28.36 km)

County Route E14 is a major east–west arterial thoroughfare that connects the California cities and communities of Sacramento, Rio Linda, North Highlands, Foothill Farms, Citrus Heights, Orangevale and Folsom.

Route descriptionEdit

County Route E14 begins on Elkhorn Boulevard at the interchange with State Route 99 north of Sacramento. It starts out as a two-lane roadway, skirting the northern end of the North Natomas development of Sacramento. As it enters the rural community of Rio Linda, the roadway expands to four lanes and remains at least four lanes throughout the remainder of the route. The landscape changes from rural to suburb as it passes through North Highlands and Foothill Farms, where the roadway expands to six lanes at Don Julio Boulevard. As it reaches the interchange with Interstate 80, the route becomes Greenback Lane. Shortly thereafter, it enters the city of Citrus Heights and remains in the city for 3.5 miles (5.6 km). As it exits Citrus Heights and into the community of Fair Oaks, the roadway is reduced to four lanes as it reaches its terminus at Hazel Avenue (County Route E3) in Orangevale. The roadway itself continues as Greenback Lane towards the city of Folsom.


The name "greenback" refers to the use of paper money for financial transactions at a time when gold and silver coin was the preferred rate of exchange. The property that Greenback Lane lies on was bought with greenback dollars (United States Note). The owner is said to have wished to be paid with coin, and became angered when he was not, hence the name "Greenback Lane."[citation needed]

Construction to expand Greenback Lane between Dewey Drive/Van Maren Lane and Auburn Boulevard in Citrus Heights from four to six lanes was completed in 2008, creating an entirely six lane thoroughfare within the city of Citrus Heights.[5][6]



County Route E15
LocationCalaveras County
Length12.91 mi[1] (20.78 km)

County Route E15 is a road in Calaveras County connecting State Route 120 in Yosemite Junction to SR 4 in Copperopolis.



County Route E16
LocationAmadorEl Dorado Counties
Length33.21 mi[1] (53.45 km)

County Route E16 is a county route in Amador and El Dorado Counties that connects SR 49 in Plymouth with US 50 in Pollock Pines.



County Route E17
LocationTuolumne County
Length13.39 mi[1] (21.55 km)

County Route E17 is a county route in Tuolumne County. It connects to SR 108 at both ends.



County Route E18
LocationCalaverasTuolumne Counties
Length12.78 mi[1] (20.57 km)

County Route E18 is a county road in Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties that connects SR 49 with SR 4 in Columbia.



County Route E19
LocationYolo County
Length3.12 mi[1] (5.02 km)

County Route E19 is a county route in Yolo County connecting SR 84 to CR E9 in Clarksburg. It is known as Clarksburg Road.



County Route E20
LocationYuba County
Length19.93 mi[1] (32.07 km)

County Route E20 is a county route located in Yuba County that connects CR E21 to SR 49 in Log Cabin.



County Route E21
LocationButtePlumasYuba Counties
Length46.45 mi[1] (74.75 km)

County Route E21 is a county route in Butte, Plumas, and Yuba Counties that connects SR 20 in Browns Valley with Warren Hill Road in La Porte.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an Faigin, Daniel. "County Routes 'E'". California Highways. Retrieved January 29, 2010.
  2. ^ a b The Thomas Guide - Sacramento County Street Guide (Map) (2008 ed.). Rand McNally.
  3. ^ "Section I: Introduction and Accomplishments 5-Year Transportation Improvement Plan 2008-2013 (page iii)". City of Rancho Cordova. Archived from the original on June 8, 2011. Retrieved January 25, 2008.
  4. ^ California Department of Transportation. "List of Officially Designated County Scenic Highways" (PDF). Sacramento: California Department of Transportation. Retrieved May 13, 2019.
  5. ^ "City of Citrus Heights - Major Roadway Projects in 2007". Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. Retrieved February 1, 2010.
  6. ^ "City of Citrus Heights - Greenback Widening". City of Citrus Heights, California. November 17, 2008. Archived from the original on June 21, 2007. Retrieved February 17, 2009.