Projects in DesignProjects under Construction
Projects in DesignHughes Park Bridge & Bike Trail Extension
1600 Parkside Way, off Diamond Creek north of Blue Oaks BoulevardDescription:
This project will construct a bridge and bike trail extension to connect Hughes Park to Bent Tree Drive.Timeline:
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Stone Point Neighborhood Park Site
Stone Point Drive between N. Sunrise and Rocky Ridge
3 acre neighborhood park
This park will be built by Taylor Morrison behalf of the City. Projected start of construction is Summer 2015.
F-50 Park Site
4151 Brick Mason Circle
Click below to read the meeting minutes from the public workshops that were held regarding this park:
Meeting Minutes 9.30.14
8 acre school/park site adjacent to Fiddyment Farm Elementary School. 1st Step: Public workshop held on 9/30/14. Feedback was provided on elements to be considered in the design. Next step is to develop a sketch with proposed design.
A public workshop to kick off the planning and design of the future park will be held Tuesday, September 30th at 7:00pm at the Fiddyment Farm Elementary Multi-Use Room. Construction is targeted for 2015.
Projects under Construction
Royer Park Tennis Courts
190 Park DriveDescription:
The project will include new concrete court surface, replacement of the fence, construction of an accessible parking stall, and modifications to the pathway.Timeline:
Construction bid under review, start of construction target is 2015.
Saugstad Park Storm Drain Repair Location:
100 Buljan DriveDescription:
The project will include removal and replacement of 300 feet of storm drain pipe.Timeline:
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Central Park Phase 3
This regional park is proposed to contain two lighted youth softball fields, a lighted soccer field and multi-use field, picnic areas, an indoor pool facility, on-site parking, basketball courts, central plaza, a children’s play area and swing area as well as an interactive water play area. Phase 1 of this project included a soccer field, underground utilities and concrete pathways. Phase 2 contruction is complete and includes a children's play area, swings, shaded picnic area and a half-court for basketball. Phase 3 work has yet to be defined. Public Workshops:
Click below to read the meeting minutes from the public workshops that were held regarding this park:January 6, 2005 Meeting MinutesMeeting Summary from February 15, 2012Handout from February 15, 2012 MeetingTimeline:
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Park construction priorities are evaluated on an annual basis. Priorities are established based on projected build-out, available funding, location related to other existing parks and demand. While we endeavor to build all of our parks as quickly as possible for the use and enjoyment by the citizens of Roseville, resources can limit the number of parks built in a single year. Construction of the following park sites is currently unscheduled:Sports Complex
Blue Oaks Blvd / Phillip Road / Hayden ParkwayDescription: A preliminary concept plan has been developed, future discussions will determine exact design and amenities. Phase 1 amenities being considered: multiple lighted synthetic soccer/multi-sport fields, restrooms, storage facilities, childrens playground area(s), shaded picnic area(s), and pedestrian pathway through landscaped area.
The start of construction has not yet been determined.
Harry Crabb Park - Phase 2 (SSP 29)
Approved Master Plan
1000 Scarborough Dr, at the corner of Secret Ravine Pkwy.
This park site is 18.8-acres in size and will include lighted baseball and softball fields, lighted tennis courts, a junior soccer field, a permanent restroom/snack bar, a shaded and enclosed play area, picnic areas and off-street parking.
This park has been named after Harry Crabb, a former Mayor, former member of the Roseville City Council and Planning Commission. Harry has served the residents of Roseville for over 25 years and is a strong supporter of youth sports activities.
Construction documents for a $2.5 million phase 2 intends to complete the park's development with the exception of a few amenities, which will be added at a later date when additional budget becomes available. The maintenance of this park is general funded. The start of construction has not been scheduled due to drought concerns as well as general fund availability for long term maintenance.
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Gibson Drive Park Site (NCRSP 56)
Gibson Drive and Roseville Parkway
The Master Plan has not yet been developed.
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Reason Farms Environmental Preserve
Northwest of the West Roseville Specific Plan
In May 2003, the City Council approved the acquisition of two parcels of land, the Reason Farms and Warnick properties, totaling approximately 1700 acres along Pleasant Grove Creek. This property was acquired for the purpose of constructing a storm water retention basin, but will also provide many potential open space and recreation opportunities for the City of Roseville.
Project is on hold pending outcome of retention basin reconfiguration for storm water/flood protection.
A preliminary concept plan has been developed, however the plan must be revenue-neutral or better before environmental clearance efforts are undertaken.
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Sun Tree Park
1101 Sunrise Avenue, located within the existing Sunrise Greenbelt near Sun Tree Drive
This 0.2-acre park will add a small picnic area, swing area and children's play area to the large existing greenbelt.
Project is on hold pending additional funding.
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Pleasant Grove Blvd between Village Plaza Drive and Village Center Drive
The concept plan was developed in 2009 and approved by the City Council in February 2010. It is not slated to move forward due to funding and ongoing maintenance obligations. The site is intended to compliment the surrounding commercial area. No movement on the commercial development has occurred to date.
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