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  • STF-16-2020-03 Repair - Expired

    Updated May 18, 2020: Tri-Dam and PG&E completed repairs to 4N85. The road is now open again to the public.

    During the winter of 2017, the Stanislaus National Forest experienced significant snowfall, followed by a series of heavy rain events. As a result, winter flooding caused damage to several roads on the STF, including a 2.7-mile stretch of 4N85. Damage occurred in 6 distinct locations from an area known as the quarry near the junction of FSR 4N88 to Sand Bar Flat Campground, a small, 10-unit recreation facility located on the Middle Fork of the Stanislaus River at the road terminus. View closure order and accompanying map.

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