Three short sections of County Road 197A are posted in Santa Rosa County. Two connect with U.S. 90, with the western branch following Woodbine Road north through Pace and the eastern portion along Bell Lane at Pea Ridge. A third CR 197A links CR 197 (Chumuckla Highway) south of Jay with Downtown Jay at Florida 4, 3.24 miles to the north.
County Road 197A - Jay
|Passing by the lone northbound shield for County Road 197A on Spring Street, just north of CR 197. Photo taken 02/07/06.|
|County Road 197A (Shell Street) traverses open farm land on the approach to Jay. Photo taken 05/03/09.|
|Entering the Jay city limits along CR 197 north at Booker Lane. Photo taken 05/03/09.|
|Within Downtown Jay, CR 197A turns from the end of Spring Street onto Commerce Street to adjacent SR 4. No signs are posted for the county road here. Photo taken 05/03/09.|
|The lone traffic light in Jay operates at the intersection of Commerce Street and State Road 4 in Downtown. SR 4 travels through the heart of Jay from Century to the west and Berrydale to the southeast. Photo taken 04/13/12.|
County Road 197A - Pea Ridge
|County Road 197A stems north from the west end of County Road 191B (Sterling Way) to Pea Ridge. A reassurance marker was posted after the 90-degree turn of Sterling Way onto Bell Lane north. It was removed by 2011. Photo taken 02/06/06.|
|Bell Lane carries CR 197A two miles north to a staggered intersection with U.S. 90 opposite School Lane north. U.S. 90 heads west to Pace and east to Milton. Photo taken 07/24/11.|
County Road 197A - Pace
|Woodbine Road carries all 3.73 miles of County Road 197A through the Pace community. The county road ends at a five-way junction with County Road 197 (Chumuckla Highway) north to Jay, County Road 184 (Quintette Road) west to Escambia County and County Road 184A (Berryhill Road) east to Milton. Photo taken 12/09/01. Second photo taken 02/06/06.|
12/09/01, 02/06/06 by AARoads
Page Updated 03-21-2014.