Roseville schools are teaming up with the City of Roseville to participate in the annual Walk or Bike to School Day on Wednesday, October 7. Organized by the school's parent-teacher association and staff from the City of Roseville's Safe Routes to School program, the day is designed to encourage walking or biking to school in groups rather than driving.
The City of Roseville is installing new traffic signals and crosswalks at the intersections of Fiddyment Rd., Angus Rd., and Parkland Way, as well as at Secret Ravine Pkwy. and Alexandra Dr. to account for increasing vehicle and pedestrian traffic through the areas. Construction is scheduled to start mid-September.
Roseville’s popular Fall Front Yard Leaf Pickup Program begins November 2, 2015 and concludes mid-January 2016, weather permitting.
Our dual-strategy residential program keeps fallen front yard leaves and debris from clogging stormwater drains and washing into our creeks and streams, disturbing the sensitive ecological balance and threatening plants and wildlife.
The City of Roseville is constructing an asphalt parking lot where the existing Roseville Aquatics Complex overflow gravel parking lot is located, at the corner of McAnally and Woodcreek Oaks. Construction has begun and will last through October. Work hours will be weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Work will be avoided in the road and intersection during student arrival and departure times to prevent traffic impacts.
Updated 9/15: Resurfacing is scheduled to begin August 10 for residential streets in the Foothills/Junction, Woodcreek Oaks, West Park, and Fiddyment Farm neighborhoods. Maintenance in these areas is necessary to guard against the need for major, more costly, street repairs in the future. Please note: residents will always be provided access in and out of neighborhoods.
The paved trail in the Highland Reserve neighborhood, near Summerhill Park, will be closed between Washington Blvd. and Garden Park Ct. The closure will begin this fall and will reopen approximately mid-December. This portion of the trail is being rebuilt in association with an adjacent development project. Signs will be posted at neighborhood trail entrances.
Construction began June 1 on grading the future site for a relocated Fire Station No. 1 at Lincoln Street and Linda Drive, and a segment of the Miner's Ravine Trail under the Lincoln Street bridge. Consistent with the Downtown Specific Plan, the project includes converting Linda Drive to a one-way street adjacent to the future fire station. During construction, the narrowing of Linda Drive will extend from Jefferson Street to Lincoln Street. Construction on the project is expected through December 2015.
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