Encinal Street begins on River Street north of Highway 1. From there it travels west, across the railroad tracks, until it dead-ends. The street is just over half a mile. The word "Encinal" is Spanish and refers to an oak grove.

Encinal Street meets Limekiln Street.


Road is level, has no bike lanes, and has minimal traffic most of the time. There are railroad tracks across the street at one point.

Public Transportation

Bus route 4 travels part of Encinal Street.


Bocci's Cellar has an historic marker.

Major Intersections

River Street at Encinal Street.

Restaurants and Shopping

Most of the street is residential or industrial.



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