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Proposed budget reductions for Parks, Recreation & Libraries

As we prepared for the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, all General Fund departments (Parks, Recreation & Libraries, Police, Fire, Public Works, and Development Services) were asked to develop a net zero budget. The challenge of a flat budget is that we need to reduce services to absorb increasing costs and unfunded mandates. In addition to developing a flat budget, General Fund departments were also asked to make recommendations to help close the $2 million projected budget gap. Throughout the budget process, we examined many scenarios with the goal of balancing fiscal soundness and minimizing impacts to customers.



Library advocate and former Councilmember Martha Riley passes away at 82
We have some sad news to pass along. Former Roseville Councilmember and long standing library advocate Martha Riley passed away peacefully Sunday evening at the age of 82, surrounded by her children.

Board at the Library
News ImageBring your tabletop and classic board games and crush your friends!

Veterans Resource Center is now open
News ImageHave you or a loved one ever served in the United States Military? Are you aware of all of your benefits?

Now open at the Downtown Library is the Veterans Resource Center where a trained volunteer can connect you with resources available to you or your family. Free to any veteran or family of a veteran.


29th Annual Poetry Contest Winners
The judges have spoken!

Many talented students from grades 1 - 12 submitted their poems to the 29th Annual Youth Poetry Contest during the month of April. They showed a great amount of creativity in their work.

Council discusses strategies to close $2M General Fund budget gap for FY2017-18
With a focus on maintaining fiscal soundness, the City Council held a budget workshop April 17 to discuss options to close a projected $2 million gap in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 General Fund budget.

Coding Classes
News ImageCollaborate and create simple games, puzzles, animations and stories! An introduction to coding using visual programming through Code.org and Tynker. Intended for youth with no previous coding experience.

Update to Purchase Suggestions
News ImagePurchase suggestions are a great way to let us know what you would like us to buy for the library. Many of you enjoy this, and we welcome your continued use of this service. However, we are making a slight change. When the item you’ve suggested is selected for addition to the collection, we will no longer automatically place a hold on it for you. We will send you an email indicating if it’s being added, along with instructions for placing the hold. We hope it’s not too much of an inconvenience. Please let us know if we can help.

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City Events Calendar

Wed., May 24, 2017
9:00  AM
Public Hearing for State Route 65 Widening Project
9:30  AM
Mother Goose on the Loose: Downtown
3:00  PM  -  5:00  PM
Teen Study Group
3:30  PM  -  6:30  PM
Homework Help & Reading Buddies
Thu., May 25, 2017
9:30  AM
Mother Goose on the Loose: Riley