Multi-use trails in northeast Roseville will be resurfaced and re-striped beginning in late August. This includes the Antelope Creek, Miners Ravine and False Ravine Trails. Resurfacing preparation begins August 27. Prior to work beginning, signs will be posted on the trails with closure dates.
The City of Roseville Public Works Department is looking for volunteers to help with the bicycle/pedestrian count project, which involves periodic counts of bicyclists and pedestrians at locations throughout the city.
The PG&E Gas Line 123 Replacement Project may close the paved multi-use trail segment that runs within the power line corridor between Country Club Drive and Foothills Boulevard. Trail closure could begin the week of August 11 and last approximately four weeks.
A new school year is upon us, which means students will be walking and biking to class. The City of Roseville Safe Routes to School team has worked to increase the number of students using active modes of transportation to travel to school.
Every year more students and their parents are choosing to walk and bike, and there is room for even more. By using these modes of transportation, we decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality, increase physical activity and build community relationships.
Construction will occur approximately August 11 - October 15 on the Foothills Business Park Trail. The project is a Class I multi-use trail that will close a gap in the Pleasant Grove Creek trail system and connect nearby residences to the employment centers along Foothills Boulevard. The path will also enhance recreational bicycling, walking and jogging, and maintenance vehicle access.
Bike lockers make it easy to cycle for work, school or errands, and are great for use in combination with riding transit or carpooling. The City of Roseville offers on-demand secure eLockers at key locations throughout the city.
You can go farther with Roseville Transit when combining your trip with a bike. All buses are equipped with two front-mounted bike racks, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn step-by-step how to load and unload your bike.