Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD), in partnership with the City of Roseville and the St. Rose of Lima Church, proposes multiple drainage improvements to reduce flooding near St. Rose of Lima located at 2048 Hamline Avenue. The improvements consist of two projects. The first project will be designed and paid for by RWMWD to reconstruct and reduce the amount of impervious surface on the existing site by modifying the parking lot. The second improvement, which will be designed and paid for by the City of Roseville, consists of underground storage chambers that will be constructed at the south end of the parking lot. Both projects will help reduce flooding which occurs on Dellwood Avenue and Skillman Avenue, and will also help with local water quality of downstream waters such as Willow Pond, and Bennett Lake.
The City will be the lead agency to bid and oversee both projects under one contract. RWMWD will reimburse the City for all costs associated with the parking lot improvements.
Work on the project began on July 12, 2021, and should be completed by August 20, 2021, prior to the State Fair. All curb work is completed and the parking lot has been reclaimed. During the week of July 26, the first layer of pavement will be installed. During the weeks of August 2 and 9, the underground storm sewer system will be installed. During the week of
August 16 the final layer of pavement will be installed and the pavement markings will be installed.
There should be minimal impact to the public as all work is on private property.