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Downtown Infrastructure/Streetscape Improvement Project - Phase I
Construction of the Phase I Infrastructure/Streetscape Improvements began on July 16, 2012.
A majority of the Phase I project will take place on the following streets in Downtown Roseville: Atlantic Street, Taylor Street, Oak Street, and Lincoln Street. Additonal, smaller scale work will also be performed on Jefferson Street, Grant Street, and Vernon Street.
The purpose of the project is to upgrade the infrastructure in support of both the current businesses and the future growth envisioned by the Downtown Specific Plan.
Water lines, storm drain facilities, sewer lines, electrical facilities, curb/gutter/sidewalk, and landscaping improvements will be completed during this project. Scope ranges from over 7,000' of water line to the relocation of three electrical poles.
The $3.75M project is funded by:
Strategic Improvement Funds
Traffic Mitigation Funds
Tree Mitigation Funds
Sewer Rehabilitation Funds
Water Rehabilitation Funds
May 16, 2012 – Council approves award of design-assist agreement to Carter-Kelly Construction
May – July 2012 – Ongoing development of plans, specifications and estimate
July 16, 2012 – Construction begins
May 2013 - Project Completed