Stockton Avenue Bridge (36C0110) is a reinforced-concrete, seven-cell concrete box-girder bridge with a parabolic-arch soffit. The concrete railings have arched-window openings, and pedestals are located on each side of the bridge. The pedestals have stepped, Art Deco-style setbacks as they rise and are topped by ornamental streetlights. At each end of the bridge, the railings terminate at solid rectangular blocks ornamented with incised vertical grooves in the Art Deco style. Bronze plaques are mounted to the railing end blocks at the northeast and southwest corners. This bridge is the earliest example of a concrete box-girder bridge in California, and is likely one of the earliest in the United States.