A group from Peru’s National Water Authority and Meteorological Society recently got a first-hand look at Roseville’s extensive stream gauge system, $20 million in flood protection infrastructure, and how Sacramento regional floodplain management agencies coordinate.
As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) prioritized discretionary services provided by Roseville Public Works. Discretionary services are those not mandated by law or tied to customer revenue, grant funding, designated fees, or other sources that can only be used on certain expenditures.
Roseville’s popular Fall Front Yard Leaf Pickup service is offered November 6 through mid-January, weather permitting. This convenient residential program keeps fallen front yard leaves and debris from clogging stormwater drains and washing into our creeks and streams.
Updated 8/2017: Work to remove several asphalt streets and replace them with a concrete surface began mid-May and the first phase will conclude in September 2017. Phase two of this project will occur in spring/summer 2018. Portions of Hickory Street, Washington Boulevard, Atkinson Street and Denio Loop are undergoing reconstruction. By using roller compacted concrete instead of asphalt, we can better use our limited funding to repair more Roseville streets.
Sweeping not only keeps Roseville's streets clean, but also removes pollutants and organic materials before they enter the storm drain system, which flows directly into our streams. View the new interactive map to find your neighborhood’s sweeping schedule.
Tickets are now on sale! Make Roseville Transit part of your game plan. Skip driving and parking and join fellow fans on non-stop bus service from Roseville to preseason and regular season Sacramento Kings home games at the Golden 1 Center.
Last week Roseville Transit, Sacramento Kings and other transportation partners were honored for collaborating on the smooth opening of downtown Sacramento's Golden 1 Center. The teamwork eliminated the potential for traffic jams typical of a new arena or stadium opening in a downtown.
Have you ever waited at a red light to turn left when there were no cars coming and it was clear to go? This can be frustrating as well as cost you time and fuel. The solution is a type of traffic signal with a flashing yellow left-turn arrow.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has again rated Roseville number one in flood control. Roseville is a nationally recognized leader in flood preparation, and the only city in the country to hold a Class 1 rating from FEMA’s Community Rating System.
Work began April 4 to replace the Industrial Avenue bridge over Pleasant Grove Creek. It’s located south of Justice Center Drive and north of Blue Oaks Boulevard. Construction is anticipated to last through winter 2016/17. During construction the bridge will remain open to traffic in both directions.
Roseville has 438 miles of roadways to maintain, worth more than $ 1 billion. It is an extremely valuable city resource. The most cost effective way to keep our roads in the best possible condition may not be what you think.
Watch this short video and find out how we save millions of dollars through preventative road maintenance.