Projects Under Construction

Jim Gray Park (F-97)

F-97 Pocket Park Master Plan
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Location:
Off of Driftway Loop and Provincetown Way

Description: 
This is a 1.5 acre pocket park being built by Taylor Builders on behalf of the City.

Timeline:
Target construction completion date: Spring 2021 - weather permitting.

Central Park - Phase 3

Master Plan
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Location:

10200 Fairway Drive

Description:
Central Park is a 20.4-acres parksite.

Phase 3:
Phase 3 amenities to be constructed include restrooms, 2 baseball fields, 2 tennis courts, 1 full and 1 half basketball court, lighting to existing and new sports facilities, additional shaded picnic area, additional playground features and swings, off-street parking lot and additional on-street parking. Windscreens are also being added to the sports courts.    

Timeline:
A construction contract was awarded at the November 20, 2019 City Council meeting.  Due to the difficulties of constructing during the rainy season, groundbreaking is targeted for Spring 2020. The target completion date for construction is Winter 2020/2021- Weather permitting.

Projects in Design

WB-50

Location:
Off of Solaire Drive near Silver Spruce

Description:
This is an 8 acre school/park site.

Timeline:
The first public outreach was held on September 22nd, 2020.  If you were unable to attend but would like to watch the recording, you can view it here.  Meeting minutes were recorded for each meeting and can be viewed by clicking this link.

The second virtual public outreach was held on  November 17th, 2020.  If you would like to watch the meeting please click here or if you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.



If you have additional comments or questions please send them to yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us 

F-51

Location:
Site is located in West Roseville off of Crawford near Holt Parkway, next to Riego Creek Elementary

Description:
This is an 11.8 acre school/park site.

Timeline:
The first public outreach was held virtually on October 7th, 2020.  If you missed the meeting or would like to re-watch it, you can view the meeting recording here or you can view the meeting minutes at this link.

The second public outreach was held on  December 9, 2020.  If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here.  If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click on this link.

Nearby Tennis Courts:

When selecting what park amenities should be included in a specific park site, we look at balance and access of certain park amenities nearby, emerging trends, cost/budget and current demand.  Specific to tennis, this map demonstrates close access (five minutes or less away) of existing tennis facilities from F-51. While tennis is one type of park amenity, it demonstrates the need of a bigger perspective, balance and fair access. To view the map please please click here.

If you have additional comments or questions please send them to yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us 

F-94 Pocket Park

F 94 Master Plan
Location:
Off of North Hayden Parkway, near Holt Parkway

Description:
This is a 1.5 acre pocket park being built by Taylor Builders on behalf of the City of Roseville.

Timeline:
Target start date of construction is summer 2021.

Denio Family Park (F-54) Park Site

Location:
Located at Blue Oaks and Fiddyment Rd


Timeline:
The first Public Meeting took place October of 2017. This meeting provided feedback from neighbors of the park site regarding amenities and features that are important and desired in this park site. Please see the 3 Page Master Pan Drawing by clicking here .  If you have any questions regarding this park site please reach out to yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us.

MP of Denio Family Park

(You can also click image to view the larger 3 page master plan)


 

W-50D



Location:
Located at Campanella Way and Garland Way

Description:
This is a 1.2 acre park

Timeline:
The first public outreach will be held via Microsoft TEAMs on January 26th, 2021 at 6:30pm.  If you would like to attend this meeting please email HLTooley@roseville.ca.us for the meeting link.

For further questions about this park, you can email us at yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us.

JM 50

Location:
Off of Upland Drive and Sierra Glen Drive.

Park site description:
This is a 7.73 acre school park site in Roseville.

Timeline:
The first public outreach will be held via Microsoft TEAMs on February 9th, 2021 at 6:30pm.  If you would like to attend this meeting please email HLTooley@roseville.ca.us for the meeting link.

For further questions about this park, you can email us at yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us.

F-101 Pocket Park

F101 Master Plan

Location:
Off of North Hayden Parkway

Description: 
This is a 1.5 acre pocket park being built by Signature Homes on behalf of the City.

Timeline:
Target start date of construction is Summer 2021.

W-50C Parksite

Location:
Off of Garland Way and Stanwyck Way

Park site description:
1.2 acre Neighborhood Park in West Roseville

W50C Rendering
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Timeline: 
The First Public Meeting took place October 29 and the Second Public Outreach Meeting took place December 17.  These meetings provided feedback from neighbors of the park site regarding amenities and features that are important and desired in this neighborhood park. The target start date for construction is Summer 2021.


Meeting Notes 10/29/19
Meeting Notes 12/17/19

Concept Sketch
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Play Structure Replacement

Misty Wood Play Structure Replacement

Misty Wood Area Neighbors!

We are seeking your input on a new play structure for Misty Wood Park. Please see the two different options here and provide your feedback on which is your favorite to yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us
Please note that both option 1 and 2 will have swings.

This write in period will remain open until January 29, 2021.

Option 1: Ocean Theme Image
Option 1: Ocean Theme - Click here for a larger view


Option 2: Cattails Image
Option 2: Cattails - Click here for a larger view

Wanish Park Play Structure Replacement

Location:
Located off of Junction Blvd and Americana Way

Timeline:
The target start of construction is Winter 2021. The write in period for this play structure replacement ended on September 30th, 2020. For any other questions regarding the replacement of the play structure, please reach out to yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us.


Wanish 3D Design
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Wanish Arial View
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Wanish Layout

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Rehabilitation Projects

Jack Wallace Park at Cresthaven Tennis Courts

April 2020 Update

A concept sketch has been developed for renovation of the existing tennis courts.  The concept plan proposes to renovate the existing tennis courts.  The plan is to keep one tennis court and add 2 pickle ball courts, along with new benches.  We intend to bid the project in May and start repairs in July.  We will be seeking approval from the City Council prior to any additional action.  Updates to next steps will be provided via this web page.   April 7 opens a two-week write in period regarding the concept plan.  Let us know your thoughts either in support or added feedback at yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us.  The two week write in period will end April 21, 2020.

The tennis courts will be unavailable for use until further notice as the City finalizes the plans.

Updated April 27, 2020 – The two-week write in period has closed.

Updated May 18, 2020 – While the repairs are pending, one tennis court will be unavailable for use. The other court will be temporarily open for use beginning this week.  Please exercise caution when using the open tennis court. 

Updated June 2020 - We intend to bid the project in July and start repairs in September.  We will be seeking approval from the City Council prior to any additional action.  

Updated August 21, 2020 – We are seeking approval from the City Council for award of the construction contract in September. 

Since the development of the Concept Plan posted below, four additional trees (two tulip trees and two redwood trees) surrounding the tennis courts have shown decline and have been confirmed as dying by our Urban Forester.  These trees will be removed as part of the project.  Notice will be provided to adjacent residents regarding the dying trees prior to removal.

Updated September 10, 2020 – City Council has approved award of the construction contract.  Work will begin next week. The courts will be closed during construction.  Work is anticipated to be completed in December, weather permitting.

Updated November 23, 2020 - Completion of this project is contingent upon increasing temperatures for proper application and curing of the color coat and striping, and might not be completed until early 2021, as we are seeing a dramatic drop in temperatures.

Staff will continue to monitor the weather and will work with the contractor to complete the work, should we see a window of favorable weather conditions, so the project can be completed sooner.


Cresthaven Master Plan
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Maidu Covered Soccer Arena Improvement Project

August 12, 2020

The City of Roseville is planning improvements to the Maidu Covered Soccer Arena to improve access, cleanliness, and spectator comfort.  The Project will include replacement of the existing netting and fencing with new netting and fencing, will add shade for bleachers, additional concrete walks for access within the facility, and an electrically operated gate for improved management of facility rentals. 

Beginning on Monday, August 17th the soccer arena will be unavailable for use during construction of these improvements.  This work will take approximately 3 months - weather permitting.  Completion is anticipated in winter 2020-21.    

Johnson Pool Rehab

The Johnson Pool Rehabilitation Project will address accessibility, aging infrastructure, building and safety code updates, and functional improvements.

Timeline:
The first public outreach regarding the proposed repairs was held on December 7, 2020.  The meeting was recorded and can be viewed by clicking this link or meeting notes are available to read here.

The second public outreach will be held on January 23rd at 10am at Johnson Pool.  City of Roseville staff will be available to address questions regarding the proposed repairs.  For additional information please see the flyer attached below.
Meeting Flyer 2
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Recently Completed Projects

RG Phillips Park (F-52)


Location:
1200 Old Coach Dr.

Description:
This is 6 acre neighborhood park built by TJR Resources on behalf of the City of Roseville.

Timeline:
 The park will be officially dedicated in early spring of 2021.

Pauline and Richard Roccucci Park (W-51)

Location:
2110 Symphony Ave.

Description:
This is 4.7 acre neighborhood park built by Abide Builders on behalf of the City of Roseville.

Timeline:
 
The park will be officially dedicated in early spring of 2021.

Pistachio Park

Location:
4350 Westpark Drive

Description:
This is phase I of a 44 acre joint-use citywide park built by Sierra Valley Construction, Inc. on behalf of the City of Roseville.

Timeline:
The park will be officially dedicated in early spring of 2021.

John L. Sullivan

Location:
4000 Solaire Drive

Description:
This is a 4.5 acre neighborhood park built by Sierra Valley Construction, Inc. on behalf of the City of Roseville.

Timeline:
The park will be officially dedicated in early spring of 2021.

Harry Crab Park - Phase 2

Location:
1000 Scarborough Dr, at the corner of Secret Ravine Pkwy.

Description:
Harry Crabb Park is an 18.8-acres parksite.

Timeline:
This park will be officially dedicated in Spring 2021.

Unscheduled Projects

Saugstad Park

Did you know that Saugstad Park is built on top of an old landfill?  Did you know that 95% of the park lies within a flood plain or flood way?  Over the last year, the City has been working to re-envision the park’s potential as a valued recreational asset that meets our community’s needs.  This includes how do we address the landfill, what types of amenities are acceptable to be in a flood plain and what types of amenities would we like to see built at the park?

To date, we have had three outreach efforts to seek feedback from residents.  

  1. Meeting with the neighborhood association on March 28, 2019.

  2. Community feedback on August 6, 2019 during the grand re-opening of Johnson Pool

  3. Online resident survey in November 2019

The sketch is a proposed concept plan reflecting the feedback received so far.  Please review the sketch and provide feedback at yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us until August 31, 2020.

Concept Plan
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Our next steps include:

  • On site investigation of the landfill to determine what type of material is buried

  • Based on the results, determine how to address the landfill (either remove or reinforce the cap)

  • Work with flood management and engineers to determine if a retention basin could work in this location. (If so, we might be able to bring a portion of the park out of the flood plain)

  • Refine a master plan for approval

  • Complete a hydraulic study and environmental clearance report

  • Develop construction documents

  • Bid and construct


Sports Complex

Location:
Westbrook Boulevard / Phillip Road

Description:
Phase 1 amenities being considered: multiple lighted synthetic long fields, restrooms, storage facilities, children's playground area(s), shaded picnic area(s), and pedestrian pathway through landscaped area. 

Timeline:
The start of construction has not yet been determined. Permitting and CEQA are underway.

Gibson Drive Park Site (NCRSP 56)

Location:
Gibson Drive and Roseville Parkway

Description:
The Gibson park site, located at Gibson Drive and Roseville Parkway is a 12.5 acre city-wide park site. City-wide parks are typically built in phases.  A concept sketch has been developed with the park’s focus on sports courts.  The park proposes to construct basketball, tennis and pickle ball courts, all lighted.  To address a need and high demand, the first phase is proposed to be eight lighted pickle ball courts on the far end of the existing parking lot.    For those who have questions about lighting, below are examples of how current technology can focus lights on the actual playing surfaces and essentially cut all glare and spillage at the courts’ edges.   The schedule has yet to be determined, however, we will be seeking approval from both the Parks & Recreation Commission and City Council prior to any additional action.  Updates to next steps will be provided via this web page.   Let us know your thoughts either in support or added feedback at yourlandscape@roseville.ca.us

Concept Sketch
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Phase 1 Concept Sketch
Phase One
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Lighting Example for Sports Courts.
Lighting Photo
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Sun Tree Park

sun tree park
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Location:
1101 Sunrise Avenue, located within the existing Sunrise Greenbelt near Sun Tree Drive

Description:
This 0.2-acre park will add a small picnic area, swing area and children's play area to the large existing greenbelt.

Snapshot:
Project is on hold pending additional funding.
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