2022 Pavement Management Project

Overview 


The City of Roseville manages a comprehensive Pavement Management Program which includes repaving several miles of local streets annually.  In 1986, Roseville began a program to reconstruct substandard residential streets. This program, called the Pavement Management Program (PMP), upgrades streets by neighborhood based on street condition.

To see which streets are scheduled to be repaved and have utility work done this summer, please see the 2022 Proposed PMP Project Map.  The majority of the roadways will have the top two inches of pavement removed and repaved.

In addition to the street resurfacing work, some spot curb and gutter will be replaced.  All curb ramps for pathways will be upgraded to meet ADA compliance.  Minor utility repairs in the area will be performed with this project including sanitary sewer services, water services and storm sewer.

Various new pathway segments will be included in the project as well:

  • County Road B2 between the Snelling Avenue ramps
  • Lexington Avenue from Woodhill Drive to 550’ north
A pathway will be installed on Marion Street from Larpenteur Avenue to the end of the cul-de-sac. This work will be a separate project.

The cost of this project is funded by existing City funds. There will be NO ASSESSMENTS for this work within the City of Roseville.

Meetings


A neighborhood meeting regarding the Lexington Avenue trail connection was held Thursday, February 17, 2022, at 6:00pm via Zoom.  The presentation slides are available for download at the right. 

Schedule


Below are the important project dates:

  • Week of July 4 – Complete work on Lexington Trail
  • July 13 – Begin Milling and Paving Roadways (except Burke Ave, Simpson Street and County Road C2)
  • August – Stormwater Improvements on Simpson Street
  • August/September – Retaining Wall on County Road C2
  • September - Milling and Paving Burke Avenue, Simpson Street and County Road C2 
As this project includes multiple neighborhoods, when the contractor begins a type of work, you may not see them in your neighborhood right away. They may begin in a different area and work towards your street. 

Please contact City staff if you have concerns about specific dates such as graduation parties, family reunions, etc.