May 21 through 27 is National Public Works Week. The celebration highlights the essential services public works provides in the Roseville community. The health, safety and comfort of the public depends on planning, construction, operation, and maintenance by skilled public works professionals.
Work to remove several asphalt streets and replace them with a new concrete surface is scheduled to begin mid-May. Portions of Hickory Street, Washington Boulevard, Atkinson Street and Denio Loop have been identified for reconstruction. By using roller compacted concrete instead of asphalt, we can better use our limited funding to repair more Roseville streets.
Routine warranty work will be performed on several Fiddyment Farm and West Park neighborhood streets that were resurfaced in 2015. Work is planned for the week of May 15, between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Roads will remain open to traffic while crews repair targeted areas.
Caltrans, in cooperation with the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA), has prepared a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study for the State Route 65 (SR 65) Widening Project. A public hearing will be held to give an opportunity to provide comments on Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Improvements to the Louis Orlando Transit Center began Monday, May 8. During construction Roseville Transit, Sacramento Regional Transit and Placer County Transit buses are temporarily picking up at Auburn Boulevard before Auburn Oaks Court and Twin Oaks Avenue. Route schedules remain the same. During construction Louis Lane is closed to traffic.
Cue the bike bells, May is Bike Month is here! It's time to dust off your bikes, pump up your tires and join your neighbors and co-workers in bicycling for work, school, shopping, recreation or training this May during the Sacramento region’s annual May is Bike Month Campaign. Join the fun for a chance to win prizes.
At its September 7 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved the overall funding required for the Oak Street Parking Facility project. This approval cleared the way for construction to begin. The contractor is scheduled to install construction fencing around the project perimeter on September 12.
The project, which is expected to take 10 months to complete, will initially involve demolition, grading, and utility work. The actual structure will begin to take shape when concrete pours start in late October/early November.