As part of its commitment to make Roseville a more walkable community, this past summer the city added sidewalks at several locations to connect pedestrian pathways and sidewalks and to improve public safety.
In all, the city added nearly a mile of new sidewalks.
In addition, as part of the recent Mn/DOT project, the City and Ramsey County paid for the sidewalk under the new Highway 36 bridge on the east side of Lexington Ave., and replaced the pathway on County Road C between Lexington Ave. and Hamline Ave.
Sidewalks were added to areas that residents had identified as the greatest need. The City also added sidewalks to areas that improve connectivity between other sidewalks, streets and pathways. The Dale Street and Lexington Ave. (south of County Road B) sidewalk segments were funded with Park Renewal Program funds. The City will add additional sidewalk segments next year with these same funds.
If you have questions about sidewalks in Roseville, contact City Engineer Jesse Freihammer at 651-792-7042 or email@example.com.