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.
To see which streets are scheduled to be repaved and have utility work done this summer, please see the 2021 Proposed Project Map. The majority of the roadways will have the top one and a half to two inches of pavement milled off, or removed, and repaved.
In addition to the street resurfacing work, some spot curb and gutter will be replaced. All curb ramps for pathways will be upgraded to meet ADA compliance. Additionally, some sanitary sewer services, water services and storm sewer repairs will be made.
Various new pathway segments will be included in the project as well:
A second Rice Street Pathway Neighborhood meeting was held virtually at
6:00 pm on April 22, 2021. The presentation can be seen here.
The cost of this project is funded by existing City funds. There will be NO ASSESSMENTS for this work within the City of Roseville.
Council awarded this project to Bituminous Roadways on April 12, 2021. The project is substantially complete. The remaining pavement striping and yard restoration will be completed over the next few weeks.