County Highway 5 Pedestrian & Traffic Improvement Project (Phase 1)


Project Overview

County Highway 5 is an important north-south link in the City of Stillwater. However, it currently lacks adequate pedestrian and bicycle accommodations and connectivity among facilities. A study conducted in 2014 recommended ways to improve facilities and connections for pedestrians and bicyclists, as well as improving safety and mobility for motorists on County Highway 5.


  • County Highway 5 from Croixwood Boulevard to Pine Tree Trail

Proposed Improvements

  • Resurface County Highway 5 and construct a trail on the west side from Willard Street to Deer Path
  • Replace damaged curb-and-gutter and catch basins
  • Replace retaining wall along County Highway 5 north of Fairmeadows Road
  • Install a new traffic signal at Pine Street and convert Dundee Place to right turns only
  • Close Willard Street
  • Resurface existing trail on west side from Croixwood Boulevard to Willard Street
  • Upgrade the existing signal at the intersection of Croixwood Boulevard. This will include ADA upgrade, painting signal poles, new signal cabinet, flashing yellow arrows, signing, and pavement markings