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Woodcreek Oaks Widening Project
For work on Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, from Blue Oaks Boulevard to Crimson Ridge Way (Campus Oaks project), please contact the Development Services Department .
For widening Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, from Crimson Ridge Way to Pleasant Gove Boulevard, see the project information below.
Construction July through October 2017
Updated August 8, 2017:
Construction is underway through October to widen Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard into the median, from Horncastle Avenue to just north of Pleasant Grove Boulevard. Typical working hours are weekdays, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. In spring 2018, widening will occur between Horncastle Avenue and Crimson Ridge Way. Median trees are being protected to the greatest extent possible, and the project will result in a net increase of 22 trees throughout the corridor.
Monitor electronic message signs for current information. Traffic lanes throughout the corridor will be narrowed and delays may be experienced. Bicyclists must share the road, or use sidewalks during construction. Sidewalk improvements may require temporary pedestrian detours. Please travel with caution through the work zone. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained throughout construction, and residents will be able to access their homes at all times.
Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard widening improves traffic flow by making the final connection between four-lane road segments to the north and south, as planned in the City Council-adopted Roadway Capital Improvement Program.
Please note: Construction schedules are subject to change based on equipment, materials, and weather conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Transportation Commission & City Council Meetings
City Council adopted the project's Environmental Report at their February 1, 2017 meeting.
A presentation on the Woodcreek Oaks Widening Project was made to the City of Roseville Transportation Commission on November 15, 2016. The Commission voted to recommend that Council adopt the project's Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, approve the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approve the project. View the staff report.
Transportation Commission and City Council meetings begin at 7 p.m. in the Roseville Council Chambers, 311 Vernon Street. Contact the City Clerk’s Office to confirm meeting agendas, times, and dates by visiting roseville.ca.us/clerk.
View the Environmental Report for the Woodcreek Oaks Widening Project. The public comment period has closed.
Questions regarding the Environmental Report may be directed to:
Mark Morse, Environmental Coordinator, (916) 774-5334
The City of Roseville held a community workshop on Wednesday, August 24 at the Riley Library. The project team met with approximately 100 community members about the Woodcreek Oaks Widening to discuss the project features and schedule as well answer questions and obtain public feedback.
If you were not able to attend the workshop, we want to hear from you. Please contact Public Works by calling (916) 782-ROAD or e-mailing email@example.com and share your input with us.
About the Project
The City Council-adopted Roadway Capital Improvement Program calls for Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard to have four lanes between Pleasant Grove Boulevard and Blue Oaks Boulevard. This roadway was originally designed and constructed with wide medians meant to accommodate future widening. This project makes the final connection between four-lane road segments to the north and south.
South of Crimson Ridge Way, Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard currently has two travel lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks, and a median designed to accommodate widening of the roadway to four lanes. The project widens this segment of Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, from Crimson Ridge Way south to 600 feet north of Pleasant Grove Boulevard, into the center median
. Also, the bridge over the south branch of Pleasant Grove Creek is being widened to accommodate the additional roadway. The medians will continue to be landscaped and completed roadway improvements will result in a net increase of 22 trees along the Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard corridor. Project Overview
Construction is approximately $6.8 million, funded primarily by developer-paid traffic mitigation fees.
We welcome your input and questions about this project. Please contact Public Works by calling (916) 782-ROAD or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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