Maintaining Roseville’s infrastructure is one of the city’s highest priorities. In 2017, Roseville has undertaken several projects to improve roadways and to maintain its storm water and sanitary sewer systems.
The projects included:
The work completed by the city helps to extend the life of roadways and the sewer system, saving money over the life of the infrastructure. The sanitary sewer main lining program extends the life of sanitary sewers by 50 or more years.
The mill and overlay process is used to repave segment of streets in need of repair. It is more durable than seal coating and includes removing the top layer of the street. After the top layer is removed, a new layer of bituminous pavement is put in its place. This work can extend the life of a road by up to 20 years.
The Dale Street parking lot was reconstructed with new curb and pavement and storm sewer improvements. The parking lot was realigned to improve traffic circulation and to add parking spots. A rain garden was also installed to facilitate storm water treatment.
A list of road segments that were upgraded by the city, including a project map, is available at www.cityofroseville.com/2017PMP. If you have questions about a specific project, contact Roseville City Engineer Jesse Freihammer at email@example.com or 651-792-7042.