County Road 271

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There are two segments of CR 271 in Jackson County. The southern branch spurs 1.92 miles south along Gulf Power Road from U.S. 90 to Gadsden Trail near the Apalachicola River. The 18.61 mile long northern section parallels the Chattahoochee River north from U.S. 90 in Sneads to Three Rivers State Park, Hayes, Hornsville and CR 164 (Timberlane Road). CR 271 was also previously designated along Dempsey Barron Road and Torreya Park Road in Leon County. These legs were renumbered as CR 1641 to remove the duplication.

County Road 271 North - Gulf Power Road
U.S. 90 is unmarked on CR 271 (Gulf Power Road) northbound. Photo taken 11/24/15.
County Road 271 South - Gulf Power Road
CR 271 spurs 1.92 miles south from U.S. 90 along Gulf Power Road. Photo taken 07/03/09.
Date stamped 10-19-73, the entire shield assembly for S-271 was removed by 2016. Photo taken 07/03/09.
County Road 271 North - River Road
River Road heads north from CR 10A (Old Spanish Trail) to intersect U.S. 90 at the south end of CR 271 in Sneads. Photo taken 11/24/15.
County Road 271 South - River Road
CR 271 (River Road) proceeds south from Sherry Street to end at U.S. 90 in Sneads. Photo taken 11/24/15.
U.S. 90 expands to a five lane boulevard from just west of River Road east to Cemetery Avenue in Sneads. Photo taken 11/24/15.

Photo Credits:

07/03/09, 11/24/15 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 90
Jackson County Road 164

Page Updated 04-20-2020.

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