In order to keep Roseville’s roads in tip-top shape, the City has enacted a comprehensive Pavement Management Program (PMP), which includes repaving several miles of local streets each year.
In 2016, Roseville’s Public Works department will repave nearly nine miles of City streets.
The City will use a process called mill and overlay to repave the selected street segment. It is a more durable technique than seal coating and includes the removing the top layer (usually two inches) of the street with a large milling machine. After the top layer is removed, a new layer of bituminous pavement is put in its place.
PMP work is already underway in the southern portion of Roseville, with the streets designated for repaving seeing curb removals and street milling, including Skillman Ave, Shryer Ave, and Ryan Ave.
Once construction on those streets has been completed, crews will work north and east into Roseville with Wilder St, Sharondale Ave, Prior Ave, Oakcrest Ave, and Woodhill Dr next on the list. Curb removals and street milling on those roads are expected to begin as early as next week.
For a list of Roseville road segments scheduled for repaving this year under the City’s Pavement Management Program log on to www.cityofroseville.com/2016PMP. A complete 2016 project map is also available.
For questions about the PMP, call Roseville Public Works Engineering at 651-792-7004.