Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) now available 

Notice of Availability
Draft Environmental Impact Report
Noise Study Report
Noise Study Report Appendices
Air Quality Conformity Analysis
Air Quality Study Report
Air Quality POAQC
Resources Evaluated Relative to the Requirements of Section 4(f)
Visual Impact Assessment
Natural Environment Study
Community Impact Assessment
Draft Noise Abatement Decision Report
Draft Initial Site Assessment/Preliminary Site Investigation 

Community Meeting

At the community meeting on Tuesday, June 11, proposed updates to phase 1 construction were shared with approximately 90 attendees. Improvements include: 

Phase 1
  • Install a new traffic signal at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Kaseberg Drive

  • Widen Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes between Sawtell Road and Kaseberg Drive, and Diamond Oaks Road and Pleasant Grove Boulevard

  • Improve signalized intersections along Washington Boulevard

  • Construct a new multi-use trail from Pleasant Grove Boulevard to All America City Boulevard, along the east side of Washington Boulevard

  • Enhance the existing bicycle and pedestrian railroad under-crossing

Phase 2
  • Widen Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes, between Kaseberg Drive and Diamond Oaks Road

  • Replace and widen the existing Union Pacific Railroad Andora bridge with a new bridge

The total cost of all phases of the Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project requires approximately $35 million. A significant portion of this cost includes building a temporary shoofly to allow continued rail operations during construction of a new wider railroad bridge. Despite applying for a variety of competitive state and federal funds, the City does not currently have the necessary funding to move forward with the full project at this time. However, funding is available for phase 1. 

In order to move forward with phase 1 construction, your support is necessary. The City was awarded an Active Transportation grant by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) to partially fund the project's pedestrian and bike improvements. Because the scope of phase 1 has been revised to include the traffic signal and pathway south of Sawtell Road, the CTC wants to know whether you support these enhancements. The CTC is expected to consider the expanded project scope, along with your input, and vote at an upcoming meeting. If the CTC votes to deny the changes, phase 1 work would not occur. 

Tell us whether you support phase 1 by completing a brief questionnaire through Sunday, June 16. Your feedback will be shared with the California Transportation Commission.

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View the presentation slides and maps. 

Have questions about the project, please call (916) 746-1300 or email us

About the Project

As part of the City of Roseville’s Traffic Master Plan, the City will be widening Washington Blvd from Sawtell Road to Pleasant Grove Boulevard to improve traffic circulation and pedestrian traffic through the area.

The City is currently working on the design for the Washington/Andora Widening Project, which includes widening approximately one mile of Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes to better accommodate existing and future traffic volumes. Currently approximately 18,000 vehicles and 36 trains per day travel through this location. Road improvements will enhance accessibility for motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists along Washington Boulevard and nearby intersections. The project also includes the replacement and widening of the Union Pacific Railroad's Andora Bridge which crosses over Washington Boulevard.

The project team is currently working on the design and environmental analysis. This project includes a comprehensive public engagement process which involves meeting with local businesses, residents, and schools.

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 Begin project design and environmental clearance April 2016
 Concept design and initial public outreach August 2016
 Environmental Process 2019
 Final design 2019
 Phase 1 construction

2020, subject to California Transportation Commission approval
 Phase 2 construction Full funding for construction has not yet been identified. 


Phase 1
$2.2 million
California Transportation Commission (CTC) Active Transportation grant* 
$1.1 million
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program**
$2 million
Local funding from the City of Roseville**
Phase 2
$30 million
This funding has not yet been identified

* Funding for Phase 1 is contigent upon California Transportation Commission (CTC) approval of the project's updated scope.

** Other funds are contingent upon CTC approval. 

2016 Public Meetings

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2016 Open House & Public Scoping Meeting

On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, the City of Roseville hosted a Community Open House and Public Scoping Meeting for the Washington Blvd. / Andora Widening Project. More than 60 residents attended the open house at Vencil Brown Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room, located at 250 Trestle Road in Roseville from 6 – 7:30 p.m.

Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report for the Proposed Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project and a Notice of Public Scoping Meeting. 

Meeting summary

2016 Resident & Local Business Meetings

In summer 2016, the City of Roseville and the project team met with both residents and local businesses about the Washington/Andora Widening Project. More than 45 community members attended the two meetings with the project team to discuss the project, ask questions and provide feedback on the project and proposed construction approach.

Feedback form 

Resident meeting summary 

Business stakeholder meeting summary