Downtown Roseville Bridges Project Workshop November 29
The community is invited to comment on design concepts submitted by two design teams for the Downtown Bridges Project. Feedback can be submitted through December 6. Displays showing the designs can also be seen at the Civic Center and Downtown Library.
The two teams will also present their design concepts at a public workshop that will be held on Thursday, November 29, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Tower Theater, 417 Vernon Street, Roseville. The workshop will include a question and answer period with the design teams. The public is encouraged to attend this workshop to learn more about the design concepts.
The purpose of these public input opportunities is to assist the City in the Selection of a Design Team for the Downtown Bridges Project. The project will include a paved bike trail, two new pedestrian bridges and re-use of the existing Rube Nelson "Icehouse" Bridge across Dry Creek. The bridges will connect Downtown Roseville to Royer Park, and are integral to creating the pedestrian and bicycle friendly environment envisioned by the Downtown Specific Plan. These projects have specific grant funding and fee-based funding which cannot be used for other purposes.
The public is encouraged to comment on which team they believe is most capable of implementing the vision for the Downtown Bridges Project. Visit www.roseville.ca.us/DowntownBridges to view the designs, provide feedback, and learn more.
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