Three new bridges and a big change coming to Roseville, the Downtown Bridges Project.
The city is about to make some drastic changes to downtown and the Royer Park area. The main library bridge will be replaced with a new one, a new bridge will be built from the library to downtown Roseville, and the Oak Street bridge will be extended. Oh ya, and the firehouse will be graded as part of the project, connecting downtown Roseville with Royer Park.
The committee selected to choose which design plan (of a few) has recommended that the council choose Mark Thomas & Company’s plan because its design more closely matches the New Deal-era Works Progress Administration architecture called for in plans for downtown Roseville, as well as this design’s trail plans.
It won’t be until at least 2014 before construction begins but soon enough we will see a dramatically different downtown Roseville.
Greg Cowart II
Mortgage Planner – 17 Years Experience