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Trail detour for Atlantic I-80 on-ramp project

Caltrans beginning widening project for I-80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street

On Wednesday, March 3 Caltrans is set to begin major construction work to widen the Interstate 80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street. Completion is expected in fall 2022. 

Because construction will intermittently close a portion of the Miner's Ravine Trail, please follow the bike and pedestrian detour, or choose an alternate route. 

Learn more.

Intersection and digital traffic message sign construction

Two projects underway to improve vehicle, bike and pedestrian traffic

Construction is in progress on Westbrook Boulevard and Payson/Octave Avenue intersection improvements, including a traffic signal and a wider, more visible crosswalk.

You'll also notice a new digital traffic message sign coming to westbound Pleasant Grove Boulevard between Roseville Parkway and Highway 65.

Learn more.

Roseville Civic Center

Give us your perspective about local government

To get a comprehensive and accurate picture of Roseville business and resident perspectives about local government, the City of Roseville is conducting the National Community Survey. 

Complete the online survey through Tuesday, March 9.

https://polco.us/su33dh (English)
https://polco.us/sqe24m (Español)

Accessible Pedestrian Signals

What you need to know about using accessible pedestrian signals

Did you know Roseville has nearly 30 accessible pedestrian signals? They allow more people to use crosswalks by providing audible and tactile information. 

Here’s how they work and where they're located.

Learn more about current roadway and trail projects.

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