Roseville maintains a Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan in an effort to reduce future impacts from potential disasters. The plan emphasizes careful planning and collaboration among public agencies, stakeholders and citizens. A steering committee meets annually to prepare progress reports on implementing the plan. The next public meeting is 6-8 p.m. on Monday, November 30 in the Civic Center Meeting Rooms 1 & 2, 311 Vernon St.
Public Works is beginning a pilot project to test a new type of paving material, roller compacted concrete (RCC). The material will be tested in several locations: Washington, from Pleasant Grove Boulevard to just north of Mountain Park Drive; and Atkinson, from Church Street, through and including Denio Loop. A suitable neighborhood location has also been identified, on Hickory between Church and Oakland Streets. The project will remove the existing failing asphalt and replace it with a new concrete surface.
A new Commuter bus service schedule will be effective Monday, October 26, 2015. Due to increased ridership, the Extra Service routes have been incorporated into the regular schedule. Some routes have also been re-named. Please check the schedule for detailed information.
Watch this important reminder, filmed in Roseville, from the California Office of Traffic Safety. Regardless of being on foot or behind the wheel, both drivers and pedestrians share traffic safety responsibility. Be aware. Be alert. Pedestrians don't have armor.
Roseville’s popular Fall Front Yard Leaf Pickup Program is underway through mid-January 2016, weather permitting.
Our dual-strategy residential program keeps fallen front yard leaves and debris from clogging stormwater drains and washing into our creeks and streams, disturbing the sensitive ecological balance and threatening plants and wildlife.
The City of Roseville is installing new traffic signals and crosswalks at the intersections of Fiddyment Rd., Angus Rd., and Parkland Way, as well as at Secret Ravine Pkwy. and Alexandra Dr. to account for increasing vehicle and pedestrian traffic through the areas. Construction is scheduled to start mid-September.
The paved trail in the Highland Reserve neighborhood, near Summerhill Park, will be closed between Washington Blvd. and Garden Park Ct. The closure will last into winter. This portion of the trail is being rebuilt and widened in association with an adjacent development project. Signs are posted at neighborhood trail entrances.
Construction began June 1 on grading the future site for a relocated Fire Station No. 1 at Lincoln Street and Linda Drive, and a segment of the Miner's Ravine Trail under the Lincoln Street bridge. Consistent with the Downtown Specific Plan, the project includes converting Linda Drive to a one-way street adjacent to the future fire station. During construction, the narrowing of Linda Drive will extend from Jefferson Street to Lincoln Street. Construction on the project is expected through December 2015.
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.
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. Public residential streets are swept at least once per month, while major and commercial streets are swept at least twice per month. View the new interactive map to find your neighborhood’s sweeping schedule.