ⓘ List of county roads in St. Lucie County, Florida. County Roads in St. Lucie County, Florida are maintained by the countys Public Works Department. Most routes ..

                                     

ⓘ List of county roads in St. Lucie County, Florida

County Roads in St. Lucie County, Florida are maintained by the countys Public Works Department. Most routes are signed according to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices using standard yellow-on-blue route markers. North-south routes are generally odd numbers and east-west routes are generally even numbers.

While routes for Florida state roads are assigned by the Florida Department of Transportation FDOT, county roads numbers are assigned by the counties, with guidance from FDOT. North-south routes are generally assigned odd numbers, while east-west routes are generally assigned even numbers.

                                     

1. County Road 68

County Road 68 is a western extension of SR 68 along Orange Avenue from SR 713 just outside Fort Pierce to the Okeechobee County line. The road was formerly designated SR 68.

Both CR 68 and SR 68 are part of the historical Florida Cracker Trail.

                                     

2. County Road 603

County Road 603 is Johnson Road west of Lakewood Park, from CR 607A north to the Indian River County line, where it continues north as CR 611. The section north of SR 611 has a posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour 89 km/h.

The road was formerly designated SR 603.

                                     

3. County Road 605

County Road 605 exists in two segments, both parallel to US 1. The southern segment is Oleander Avenue, Oleander Boulevard, and Sunrise Boulevard from Beach Avenue in River Park to US 1 in Fort Pierce. Filling the gap via US 1, the designation resumes along Old Dixie Highway north to the Indian River County line, where it continues north as CR 605.

Both segments of the road was formerly designated SR 605.

                                     

4. County Road 608

County Road 608 is St. Lucie Boulevard in Fort Pierce North and St. Lucie, from Kings Highway SR 713 east to CR 707.

The entire road was formerly designated SR 608, a designation which still exists for 0.5 miles 0.80 km between 25th Street SR 615 and US 1.

                                     

5. County Road 609

County Road 609 exists in two segments. The southern segment is Range Line Road, proceeds north from the Martin County line where it continues south as CR 609, to CR 709 near Port St. Lucie. The northern segment is Header Canal Road west of Fort Pierce, from SR 70 to CR 68.

Both sections of the road were formerly designated SR 609.

                                     

6. County Road 611

County Road 611 is Jenkins Road and Edwards Road in Fort Pierce from US 1 to SR 68. Following a gap in the route, the designation resumes for one mile of Keene Road near St. Lucie County Airport from CR 607A to CR 608.

The Jenkins Road section was formerly SR 611 and the Edwards Road section was formerly SR 611B.



                                     

7. County Road 613

County Road 613 runs from CR 709 west of Port St. Lucie north to CR 68 west of Fort Pierce. The road is split into two segments. The southern segment, Carlton Road, is not signed. The northern segment, Sneed Road, is signed. The two segments are connected by a short segment of SR 70.

The road was formerly designated SR 613.

                                     

8. County Road 615

County Road 615 is an southern extension of SR 615 along 25th Street, St. James Drive, and Airoso Boulevard, from CR 611 in Fort Pierce to SR 716 in Port St. Lucie.

                                     

9. County Road 707

County Road 707 is Indian River Drive from the Martin County line near Jensen Beach north to SR A1A in Fort Pierce. The entire road runs alongside the Florida East Coast Railway and the Intracoastal Waterway coastline, and was formerly SR 707.

                                     

10. County Road 709

County Road 709 is Glades Cut Off Road from CR 613 west of Port St. Lucie northeast to CR 611B in Fort Pierce.

The road was formerly designated SR 709.

                                     

11. County Road 712

County Road 712 is Midway Road, an east–west road providing one of the few access points to I-95 within the county. The western terminus is an intersection with Okeechobee Road SR 70 west of Port St. Lucie; the eastern terminus of CR 712 is an intersection with Indian River Drive CR 707 on the edge of the Indian River near Indian River Estates. In addition to the communities on and near the termini of CR 712, the former State Road serves Collins Park Estates, Indian River Estates and White City.

The road was formerly designated SR 712, and was one of the first of a collection of State Roads in southern Florida that was transferred back to county control and maintenance in the late 1970s to mid-1980s. Since then, the growing population of Port St. Lucie has resulted in increased urbanization along much of the route.

About 1988, after SR 712 was transferred to county control, Florida Department of Transportation designated two short spurs of the former State Road as State Road 712A McCarty Road between CR 712 and SR 70 and State Road 712B Seven Mile Road, also between CR 712 and SR 70. Both spurs lost their signage and their places in the road maps in the mid-to-late 1990s. Neither was subsequently given a County Road designation.



                                     

12. County Road 770

County Road 770 is Okeechobee Road and Delaware Avenue in Fort Pierce, forking from SR 70 and proceeding through downtown to US 1.

The road was formerly part of SR 70, which now continues east to US 1 via Virginia Avenue.



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