Pathways and Trails
Pathway Master Plan Update 2021
The City is looking to update its pathway master plan this year by adding or removing additional segments. A presentation was made on April 27, 2021, to the Public Work Environment and Transportation Commission (PWET) about possible changes. A second presentation was made to the PWET Commission on July 27th. At this meeting the public was given an opportunity to provide comment on the proposed changes to the Pathway Master Plan.
City staff will be presenting the proposed changes, along with the public input, to the City Council for their consideration at the October 11 City Council meeting. The public will be given an opportunity to provide comment at that meeting as well. Comments may also be provided to the City in advance of the meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 651-792-7004. Any comments received by Wednesday, October 6, will be included in the meeting materials for the City Council meeting. The meeting will be held live in-person at Roseville City Hall, but for information on attending the meeting remotely please see the information on the Attending a Meeting Online page.
Please see the links below for more information on the proposed segments. If you have questions about the segments, please contact Marc Culver, Public Works Director, email@example.com, 651-792-7041.
Links to Meeting Videos
April 27, 2021
July 27, 2021
Proposed Eustis Segment
Proposed Fairview Segment
Proposed Marion Segment
Proposed Tamarack Segment
Proposed Snelling Service Dr Segment
Proposed Lydia Segment
With the exception of the Tamarack Segment, none of the proposed segments have funding identified or any scheduled construction timeline. However, as the Pathway Master Plan is a planning document and helps staff work towards longer term projects, it is helpful to add these segments to the Master Plan so as development and/or funding opportunities occur, staff can move quicker to construct these pathway segments.
The Pathway Master Plan is adopted by reference in the city's Comprehensive Plan and serves as a planning tool to assist the City Council on decisions regarding pathway issues.
- Existing Pathways Map (PDF)
- Pathway Master Plan Map - Full (PDF)
- Pathway Master Plan Map - Quadrants (PDF)
- Full Pathway Master Plan (PDF)
2021 Proposed Pathway Improvements
New Pathway Segments
The following pathway segments are proposed to be constructed in 2021:
- Rice Street, County Road C2 – Woodlyn Avenue – A new 8 foot bituminous pathway is planned to be constructed to eliminate a gap in the sidewalk network. Additional information on the project can be found on the 2021 Pavement Management Project webpage.
- Hamline Avenue, Judith Street - Terrace Drive - A new 6 foot sidewalk is planned to be constructed to eliminate a gap in the sidewalk network. Additional information on the project can be found on the 2021 Pavement Management Project webpage.
- Twin Lakes Trail Project – A new 10 foot wide bituminous trail is proposed to be constructed over Ramsey County Ditch 4 between County Road C and Terrace Drive. The proposed pathway improvements are outlined on the Twin Lakes Trail webpage.
Resurfaced Pathway Segments
The following pathway segments are proposed to be resurfaced or reconstructed in 2021:
- Centerpointe Business Park Pathways
In cooperation with Ramsey County, the City will be installing a new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) pedestrian flasher at the intersection of Hamline Avenue and Belmont Avenue near St Rose of Lima Church.
The City will also be replacing the existing pedestrian flasher on Victoria Street at Central Park with a new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) pedestrian flasher.
Pathway Master Plan
The Pathway Master Plan Map depicts the city’s existing pathway system and the proposed pathway connections. The Public Works, Environment and Transportation Commission recently updated the City of Roseville Pathway Master Plan. The City Council approved the Final Plan on October 8, 2018. This plan was first adopted by the City Council in 1997 with updates in 2001, 2002 and 2008. The purpose of the Pathway Master Plan is to provide a set of guidelines for the development of the community's pathway network.
2018 Pathway Master Plan (PDF)
Pathway Snow Plowing
The Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for clearing snow on all City owned pathways. The Pathway Snow Plowing policy (PDF) describes this process. The Pathway Snow Removal Map shows which entity maintain which pathways. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Parks and Recreation department:
Email Parks and Recreation