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San Diego County S-4


County Road S-4 follows a nine mile course from Interstate 15 and Rancho Peñasquitos Boulevard in San Diego to California 67 through the city of Poway.

San Diego County S-4 east
A confirming marker for County Road S-4 was posted along Poway Road, just east of Interstate 15, until 2015 when a sidewalk replacement project removed the assembly. Photos taken 06/22/02.
Poway Road winds through Los Peñasquitos Canyon 2.6 miles east to Pomerado Road (Historic U.S. 395) in the city of Poway. A reassurance shield for CR S-2 appears just beyond the commercialized intersection. Photo taken 06/25/09.
CR S-4 (Poway Road) constitutes the main east-west commercial arterial through Poway. Civic Center Drive ties into the county road from Poway City Hall and Community Park. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Retail shopping centers line all four corners of the Poway Road intersection with Community Road. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Midland Road crosses Poway Road at the subsequent eastbound intersection of CR S-4. Midland Road heads north to Old Poway Park, which is located near the intersection with Aubrey Street. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Poway Road makes a 90-degree turn toward the north after the intersection with Olive Tree Lane. Garden Road continues east from this point, connecting to Sycamore Canyon Road south toward Scripps Poway Parkway and the large open space preserve south of there. A mileage sign points the way to Ramona and Lakeside via CR S-4 east and California 67 north and south, respectively. Photo taken 06/25/09.
This San Diego County S-4 reassurance shield stands along Poway Road after the Garden Road intersection. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Curving northeast, County Road S-4 lowers to intersect the south end of County Road S-5 (Espola Road). Photo taken 06/25/09.
A mileage sign along San Diego County S-4 (Poway Road) east references Ramona and Lakeside at 12 miles out, which contradicts the prior mileage sign at Garden Road. CR S-5 follows Espola Road northwest three miles to Poway Lake, before connecting to Rancho Bernardo Road and Pomerado Road through to its conclusion at Interstate 15. Photo taken 06/25/09.
San Diego County S-4 narrows to two lanes beyond Espola Road. An unique warning sign advises of the possibility of falling rock and flooding over the ensuing stretch. Photo taken 06/25/09.
San Diego County S-4 (Poway Road) gains elevation once more. Open space abounds on both sides of Poway Road, which is quite a contrast from the Poway central business district. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Millards Road and Blue Crystal Trails tie into Poway Road from residential areas to the south as San Diego County S-4 advances east. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Rolling hills peppered with rocky outcroppings make up the landscape along eastbound CR S-4. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Poway Road approaches Miro De Oro Road north to the Poway Equestrian Center. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Milepost 8.5 for CR S-4 along Poway Road between Mina de Oro Road and California 67. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Forthcoming California 67 heads south nine miles to Lakeside and northeast nine miles to Ramona. Photos taken 06/25/09.
County Road S-4 ends at SR 67, 16 miles north of El Cajon. Photo taken 06/25/09.
Iron Mountain is one of the peaks rising along the east side of California 67 at the junction with San Diego County S-4. A trailhead to Iron Mountain originates nearby. Photo taken 06/25/09.



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2002-06-22, 2009-06-25 by AARoads

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