The Engineering Department staff consists of 2 Project Coordinators, a Civil Engineering Technician, a GIS Coordinator, an Environmental Specialist, a Right-of-Way Coordinator, a Database Specialist, an Office Assistant, a Civil Engineer, the City Engineer and the Public Works Director. Roseville’s street and utility projects are managed directly by the City Engineer. To manage day-to-day activities of street design and construction, a Project Coordinator is assigned to each project.
Each year the City of Roseville Engineering staff is involved in a number of construction projects. Each project is selected by the City Council in accordance with a policy initiative.
IESF in Oasis Park - The City of Roseville, in partnership with Rice Creek Watershed District, will install a pump-operated Iron Enhanced Sand Filter (IESF) in Oasis Park during the summer of 2018. The project will remove 34 pounds of phosphorus annually from the stormwater and help improve the water quality of Little Lake Johanna and Lake Johanna.
Lounge Lift Station - The City will be rehabbing the existing sanitary lift station and replacing the forcemain located near the intersection of County Road C2 and Lincoln Drive. No impacts to the public are anticipated. Work is anticipated to take approximately four weeks and be completed by the end of August.