The City of Roseville manages a comprehensive Pavement Management Program which includes repaving several miles of local streets annually. In 1986 Roseville began a program to reconstruct substandard residential streets. This program, called the Pavement Management Program (PMP), upgrades streets by neighborhood based on street condition.
In 2017, the City is planning to mill and overlay about eight miles of streets. To see which streets are being repaved this summer please see the 2017 Project Map.
The majority of the roadways will have the top two inches of pavement milled off, or removed, and repaved.
The cost of this project is funded by existing City funds. There will be NO ASSESSMENTS for this work within the City of Roseville.
Week of June 26
Curb removal and replacement: Skillman Avenue, Loren Road, Prior Avenue, Tatum Street, Draper Drive, Snelling Service Drive, Ryan Avenue (Snelling Avenue to Hamline Avenue), Burke Avenue, Eldridge Avenue, Lindy Avenue, Karyl Place, and Belmont Lane.