Capital improvements to invest in Roseville's future

Updated May 13, 2019
Investing in our community, the City of Roseville is proposing $223 million in capital improvement projects on our upcoming five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), including $78.6 million for fiscal year 2019-20.

Funding for these projects will extend over several years and come from a variety of different sources including grants, utility fees, developer fees, and revenues from special taxes.

These long-term investments will improve critical infrastructure, protect public health, safety, the environment, and promote economic development. 

The Roseville City Council will hold budget workshops at 4 p.m., June 3 and 4 in the City Council Chambers, 311 Vernon Street. These workshops are open to the public. The Council will consider the final Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget for adoption at its Wednesday, June 19 meeting.

View a slideshow of the proposed improvements and watch a presentation given to the City Council on Wednesday, April 17. This presentation and following list includes key projects included in the City of Roseville FY2020-2024 CIP and planned future capital improvements:

Electric Utility
•   Distribution system updates 
•   Improvements to allow remote reading of meters
•   Extend the electric system into new neighborhoods 
•   Roseville Energy Park updates

Environmental Utilities
•   Improve the resiliency of the water system, reducing unplanned interruptions and helping meet new requirements under America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018
•   Identify locations in eastern Roseville for future groundwater wells
•   Add two six-million gallon storage tanks and pumping facilities to the western portion of the city

Parks, Recreation & Libraries
•   Replace the play structures at Wanish and Crestmont parks
•   Repair a tennis court and convert one court to pickle ball at Cresthaven Park
•   Repair and replace damaged hardscape (concrete, paving, etc.) throughout the park system
•   Upgrade restroom locks to an automated system that saves costs
•   Construct/complete construction of five parks and begin the design of four new parks

Public Works
•   Resurface nearly 54 miles of streets
•   Upgrade Hillcrest and Crestmont neighborhood storm drain systems 
•   Add or repair damaged sidewalks, gutters, and curb ramps
•   Intersection improvements for :
-   Junction Boulevard and Vallejo Avenue
-   Washington Boulevard and All America City Boulevard
•   Replacement of the Oak Ridge Drive bridge at Linda Creek  
•   Begin the design to widen Roseville Parkway between Creekside Ridge Drive and Gibson Drive, including a third left turn lane on southbound Pleasant Grove Boulevard at Roseville Parkway (Construction estimated to begin as early as 2021)
•   Begin feasibility study for a potential paved multi-use trail in the Mahany Park open space area, connecting neighborhoods, schools, and park facilities (Construction estimated to begin as early as 2022) 
•   Begin environmental study and design for an extension of Roseville Parkway, from Washington Boulevard, over the railroad tracks, to Foothills Boulevard (Construction estimated to begin sometime between 2023 and 2025) 

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