Bangor Highway Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over North Fork Honcut Creek on Bangor Highway in Oroville East Open to traffic Built 1920
Bardees Bar Road Bridge[Map] Abandoned Pratt deck truss bridge over North Fork Feather River on Bardees Bar Road Derelict/abandoned
Bidwell Bar Bridge (1856)[Map] Relocated suspension bridge formerly over Feather River Open to pedestrians Built 1856 using materials transported from Troy, NY; closed to traffic in 1954; relocated 1967
Dry Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Bridge over Dry Creek on Openshaw Rd Open to traffic A major bridge that used to be on Highway 149 between Highway 70 and Highway 99. Built in 1922. Bypassed in the late 70's by a new road, but still in use.
Dunstone Road Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over North Fork Honcut Creek on Dunstone Road in Palermo Open to traffic Built 1930
Durnell Road Bridge[Map] Pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge over Butte Creek on Durnell Road in Durham Open to traffic Built 1904
Enterprise Bridge (1909)[Map] Lost Bridge over South Fork of Feather River Replaced by a new bridge Demolished and replaced by the New Enterprise Bridge. Location is now inundated by waters of Lake Oroville.
Enterprise Bridge (1967)[Map · Street View] Bridge over South Fork of Lake Oroville (Feather River) on Lumpkin Road. Open to traffic Built from 1964 to 1967 by State of California to replace the old Enterprise Bridge that was inundated by Lake Oroville. Bridge connects Feather Falls with Oroville area.
Jordan Hill Road Bridge[Map] Polygonal Warren pony truss with all verticals bridge over West Branch Feather River on Jordan Hill Road Open to traffic Built 1935 by CCC as part of Ponderosa Way, rehabilitated lightly 2006, and extensively 2015
Myers Street Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over Ostap Arch on Myers Street in Oroville Open to traffic Built 1915; rehabilitated 1982
Nelson Bar Covered Bridge 05-04-06x[Map] Lost Bridge over West Branch Feather River Destroyed by flooding Destroyed by flooding March 30, 1903; replaced by steel truss bridge. Site inudated by Lake Oroville.
Randy Jennings Memorial Bridge[Map] Bridge over Feather River on Highway 162 Open to traffic Built in 2000 to replace the old Feather River Bridge that was built in 1921. Dedicated to Randy Jennings, a Butte County Sheriff's Deputy who was killed in the line of duty on May 21, 1997.
Upper Thermalito Bridge[Map · Street View] Through truss bridge over Feather River Open to pedestrians Built from 1907 to 1910 after the previous bridge was destroyed in a flood in 1907. Links Oroville to the Thermalito District. Bypassed in the late 1980's by a new bridge.