New lights are hitting Roseville streets starting this summer. Street lights throughout the city will be upgraded to LED lights, saving money on power usage and maintenance costs while meeting national lighting standards.

Some downtown and newly constructed neighborhoods have already been upgraded. The large portion of work starts the week of August 12 and will continue over the next three years. Neighborhood work will take place during the day, however, upgrading lights on our busiest streets will take place during the evening. This will include some lane closures. 

Project facts:
  • The City has more than 13,000 street lights
  • Most work will be completed between 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. 
  • Some night work, which takes place after 7 p.m., will include lane closures

    For specific dates on night work and lane closures, check out our Facebook and Nextdoor pages. 

    About the project:

    • Our new LED street lights help us to meet national standards.
    • They also save us money. Through lower maintenance costs, power usage and longer life spans. These lights allow us to brighten Roseville in the most cost effective manner.
    • The new lights are readily available. Our current lighting is becoming hard to find and more expensive to replace.
    • They increase safety on our roadways by increasing visibility at night.