A multi-use trail along Dry Creek, from Cook Riolo Road to Riverside Avenue

Dry Creek Greenway West

Green shading denotes the study area.

In collaboration with Placer County and the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the City of Roseville is undertaking a Planning & Feasibility Study for the Dry Creek Greenway West. This study will evaluate the possibility of a 3 mile multi-use trail between Cook Riolo Road and Riverside Avenue.

This potential trail would ultimately connect with the proposed Dry Creek Greenway East (Riverside Avenue to Old Auburn Road), as well as trails west of Cook Riolo Road in unincorporated Placer County. The Dry Creek Greenway is just one of the trails in Roseville's Bicycle Master Plan. 

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Dry Creek Greenway West Open House

Community Open House #2 & Online Workshop Summary

Community Open House #2 & Online Workshop Summary 

The second Dry Creek Greenway West Open House was held 6 - 8 p.m. on Monday, October 1 at Cirby School. The online workshop was open from October 1 - 19. More than 200 people shared their ideas. 

This valuable feedback is being considered along with other criteria such as creek location, topography, safety, aesthetics, and land use impacts. A draft study that includes preferred trail alternatives will be available for public review in early 2019. 

 View a summary of public input

View displays from the open house:
-  Regional Loop Trail Concept
-  Trail Area Overview
-  Evaluation Criteria
-  Project Steps
-  Area 1
-  Area 2
-  Area 3
-  Area 4
-  Area 5
-  Area 6
-  Safety
-  Site Photos
-  Stay Involved

Community Open House #1 & Online Questionnaire Summary

Community Open House #1 Summary

More than 50 people attended the first community open house at Cirby School on Monday, April 9. Ideas for the potential Dry Creek Greenway West multi-use trail are helping shape a preliminary plan.  
-  Meeting summary 
 Handout

View displays from the open house:
-  Regional Loop Trail Concept
-  City and County Bikeways
-  Site Photos
-  Map of Cook Riolo Road to Placer County line
-  Map of Placer County line to City of Roseville
-  Map of Placer County line to Vernon Street
-  Map of Vernon Street to Riverside Avenue
-  Safety
-  Stay Involved

Online Questionnaire #1

View the questionnaire results

Benefits

Paved off-street tails provide active transportation and recreational opportunities for people of all abilities.

This potential trail would ultimately connect with the proposed Dry Creek Greenway East (Riverside Avenue to Old Auburn Road), as well as trails west of Cook Riolo Road in unincorporated Placer County. The Dry Creek Greenway is just one of the trails in Roseville's Bicycle Master Plan.

Learn about the benefits of trails and greenways from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

Safety

The study of trail feasibility is considering emergency access, land uses, environment, clear boundaries between the trail and private property, connections to destinations, and other factors.

Study Funding

Funding for the Dry Creek Greenway West Planning & Feasibility Study is provided by a Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Grant, Federal Transit Administration 5304 Grant, and local Transportation Development Act matching funds.

Stay Connected

You will have the opportunity to weigh in during a series of workshops, open houses, and virtual meetings in 2018.  

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Project Steps

All steps are dependent on funding availability. 

* Key opportunities for public input


1.  Bikeway Master Planning

2.  We are here: Planning & Feasibility Study *

3.  Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Technical Studies

4.  Draft Environmental Document *

5. Final Environmental & Project Approval *

6. Final Design

7. Right-of-Way Negotiations

8. Construction