California "E" County Routes


A uniform numbering system has been adopted to uniquely identify county routes across the state of California. Within this system, each route designation has a letter and number combination. The first digit is a letter, and the second and third digits are numbers. The lower letters are generally to the north of the state, and the higher numbers are generally located in the southern part of the state. The lowest route is Lassen County A-1, and the highest route is Imperial County S-80.

This page profiles the "E" series of county routes, located in Alpine, Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado, Placer, Nevada, Calaveras, Tuolumne, and Amador Counties.

Alpine County E-1/Montgomery Street and Hot Springs Road
After departing the intersection with California 4-89, westbound Alpine County E-1 follows Montgomery Street through Markleeville (population , elevation 5,531 feet), then splits onto Hot Springs Road the rest of the way to Grover Hot Springs State Park. Photo taken 07/25/09.
The next intersection sees the shift of County Route E-1 from Montgomery Street onto Hot Springs Road by bearing right. Turn left to Laramie Street or bear left to continue west on Montgomery Street. Photo taken 07/25/09.
This mileage sign along westbound Alpine County E-1 provides the distance to Shay Creek Summer Home Area (three miles), Pleasant Valley (three miles), and Grover Hot Springs State Park (four miles). Photo taken 07/25/09.
Leaving Markleeville, Alpine County E-1 follows Markleeville Creek into Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. This county route serves several rural homes and ultimately ends at the entrance to the state park. Photos taken 07/25/09.
Alpine County E-1 comes to its western end at the entrance to Grover Hot Springs State Park. Activities at the park include hiking, swimming, camping, and fishing. Photos taken 07/25/09.
The Alpine County E-1 trailblazer shield found on California 4-89 south at the Montgomery Street intersection is the only remaining sign for this short county route. Photo taken 07/25/09.
Sacramento/Placer Route E-2/Sunrise Avenue/Sunrise Boulevard
Sacramento County E-2 shield along Sunrise Avenue. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Placer/Sacramento County E-3/Hazel Avenue/Nimbus Road/Sierra College Boulevard
Placer Route E-3 shield. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Placer Route E-3 shield. Note the use of a hyphen in this shield. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Sacramento County E-3 shield. Note the use of the "Impact" style font for the "E3." Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Yolo County E-4/Road 85/Road 8/Road 86/Road 6
Yolo County E-4 follows Road 85 north from California 16 north to Interstate 5 at Dunnigan. This photo shows Yolo County E-4 at Yolo County E-10. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Westbound California 16 meets Yolo County E-4 north near Capay. The mileage sign points to Rumsey, the last in a string of towns along westbound California 16 in Cache Creek Canyon. The sign also points to Dunnigan, which is the northern terminus of Yolo County E-4 (at its junction with Interstate 5). Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.

Tuolumne County E-5/Rawhide Road
Yolo County E-6/Covell Boulevard/Mace Boulevard/Road 31/Russell Boulevard
Yolo County E-6 is the approximate route of California 128 if it were extended as proposed from its current eastern terminus in Winters to Davis via Russell Boulevard and Road 31. This picture shows Yolo County E-7 (Road 98) at Yolo County E-6 (Road 31) just west of Davis. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Solano/Yolo County E-7/Pedrick Road/Road 98
North-south Yolo County E-7 begins at Interstate 80 southwest of Davis, then follows Pedrick Road north into Yolo County, turning into Road 98. At its junction with California 16, Yolo County E-7 turns east into Woodland via Business Loop I-5/Main Street before ending at its junction with Interstate 5. This picture shows where westbound Yolo County E-7 turns south at Road 98 from West Main Street in Woodland. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
This Solano County E-7 is posted on the offramp from Interstate 80 to Pedrick Road (Exit 67). Photo taken 12/31/04.
Yolo County E-8/Road 102/Pole Line Road
This is the first reassurance shield for Yolo County E-8 south along Road 102 just west of Knights Landing after the separation from California 113. Photo taken 01/15/06.
Yolo County E-8 passes through rural farmland between California 113 and Interstate 5 south of Woodland. Photo taken 01/15/06.
E-8 travels in a straight line south along Road 102. Photo taken 01/15/06.
Southbound Yolo County E-8/Road 102 meets Beamer Street. Photo taken 01/15/06.
The next signalized intersection along Yolo County E-8/Road 102 south is with Main Street, which travels west into downtown Woodland (via Business Loop I-5). Photo taken 01/15/06.
Yolo County E-8 enters the city of Woodland, the seat of Yolo County (population was 55,468 as of the 2010 Census and was incorporated February 22, 1871). Photo taken 01/15/06.
Southbound Yolo County E-8 meets Main Street at this traffic signal. Photo taken 01/15/06.
Shortly thereafter, southbound Yolo County E-8 meets Interstate 5 at this ramp. Stay right for Interstate 5 north to Williams, Red Bluff, and Redding. The second right will loop onto Interstate 5 south to Sacramento. Photo taken 01/15/06.
Shortly thereafter, Yolo County E-8/Road 102 meets the onramp to Interstate 5 south. E-8 will proceed south along Road 102 en route to Davis. Photos taken 01/15/06.
Yolo County E-8 is posted along Pole Line Road. Its northern terminus is at California 113 near Knights Landing, and its southern terminus is at Interstate 80 in Davis. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
This is a trailblazer for Yolo County E-8. North-south Yolo County E-8 is Pole Line Road south of Interstate 5 at Woodland and Road 102 north of Woodland. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Yolo/Sacramento County E-9/River Road/Sutter Slough Bridge Road/Riverview Drive
Sacramento County E-9 follows the Sacramento River via River Road roughly parallel to California 160 on the opposite bank. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Sacramento County E-9 transitions into Yolo County E-9 as it crosses the county line. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Yolo County E-10/Road 13
Yolo County E-10 trailblazer along Road 13 near Zamora. This route runs east-west, from Yolo County E-4 (Road 85) east to the junction with California 113 and Yolo County E-11 west of Knights Landing. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Yolo County E-11/Road 99E/Road 108/Road 98A
Yolo County E-11 follows Road 99E from California 113 to Road 108, turns onto Road 108 from Road 99E to Road 98A, and then follows Road 98A from Road 108 to California 45 in Tyndall Landing. This photo shows a Yolo County E-11 trailblazer shield. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Sacramento County E-14/Elkhorn Boulevard and Greenback Lane
Sacramento County E-14 follows Elkhorn Boulevard (between California 99 and Interstate 80) and Greenback Lane (between Interstate 80 and E-3/Hazel Avenue). Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Amador/El Dorado County E-16/Mount Aukum Road/Shenandoah Road/Sly Park Road
Amador County E-16 follows Shenandoah Road. This is a trailblazer shield to Amador County E-16. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
El Dorado County E-16 follows Mt. Aukum Road and Sly Park Road, ending at U.S. 50. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.
Yuba County E-20/Marysville Road
Yuba County E-20 begins after its junction with California 49 in Tahoe National Forest and travels southwest to meet California 20 near Browns Valley. Photo taken by Joel Windmiller, 03/29/01.


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