Supervisors approve Caravel Road vacation

In February 1986, a Rancho California subdivision created a mapped road called Caravel Lane between Valencia Way and Cibola Circle. Caravel Road was never accepted into the county-maintained road system, but the 30-foot-wide easement remained until Nov. 9, when the Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to adopt a resolution vacating the easement. Caravel Road was dedicated and accepted on behalf of the public for public road and utility purposes, but it has not been used for road purposes.  It is not only unimproved but also inaccessible by automobile as it is blocked not only by private improvements and fencing but also by trees and utilities. In 2019, a new road on Cibola Circle provided additional emergency access to properties in the neighborhood, and the county’s Tra
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