Resurfacing work in progress on a number of Roseville streets

Updated July 29, 2021
Sixty-five lane miles of Roseville's arterial streets are undergoing resurfacing this year.

View a map of locations.

Keeping the city’s more than $1 billion roadway infrastructure in good condition is a priority. Regular resurfacing maintains Roseville streets at the lowest possible cost.

Construction will be done in two steps. 
  • Step 1: Pedestrian curb ramps will receive updates to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility standards. These changes are also required by law when streets are resurfaced.
  • Step 2: Resurfacing work will rotate around the city. You’ll first see preparation work and pavement removal. Then there may be a few weeks before new layer of asphalt is added. 

Stay alert and travel with care when you see crews at work. Slow for the cone zone. 


Construction began Monday, March 29 and is anticipated to be completed by late fall of 2021.

Keep an eye on digital message boards for current work dates and times in each area.

Working hours will vary depending on traffic volumes and scheduled to minimize disruption to motorists, residents, schools, businesses and visitors. Night work may be necessary in some locations.

Schedules are subject to change due to materials, equipment, temperature, weather, or other unforeseen conditions. It's important to note that paving materials are temperature-sensitive. This means that resurfacing activity may be unexpectedly rescheduled. Please be prepared for work dates and times to change. 

What you can expect

Roads will remain open during construction, watch for lane closures. 

Streets with one lane in each direction may require temporary construction detours. 

Businesses and residents near the road work will be notified in advance of construction. 

Because the resurfacing treatment is comprised of liquid asphalt and aggregate, some gravel shedding may occur. This is normal and decreases over time. Streets will be regularly swept to remove debris. If you see an area that needs extra sweeping, please report it by emailing or calling (916) 774-5790. 


This $8.3 million project is funded through Federal Highway Infrastructure Program grant funds and the Regional Surface Transportation Program. 

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Contact us

Have questions about the project? Contact Public Works - Engineering by emailing or calling (916) 746-1300.

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