"The right to vote...is the primary right
by which other rights are protected."
- Thomas Paine Founding Father
Voting is not only one of our most important rights, it is also one of the central duties of citizenship.
Welcome to the City of Roseville Municipal Elections page. The following information is provided to guide voters and potential candidates through the election process.
Bonnie Gore, Scott Alvord and John Allard were elected for four year terms in the 2016 Election.
460 (FPPC) CAMPAIGN REPORTS:
Scott Alvord 460 for Period Covering 1/1/16 - 6/30/16
John Allard 460 for Period Covering 1/1/16 - 6/30/16
Bonnie Gore 460 for Period Covering 1/1/16 - 6/30/16
Richard Roccucci 460 for Period Covering 1/1/16 - 6/30/16
Scott Alvord 460 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16
John Allard 460 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16
Bonnie Gore 460 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16
Richard Roccucci 460 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16
Maxine Sarmiento 470 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16 *Late Filing
Phil Ozenick 470 for Period Covering 7/1/16 - 9/24/16 *Late Filing
Scott Alvord 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16
John Allard 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16
Bonnie Gore 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16
Phil Ozenick 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16
Richard Roccucci 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16
Maxine Sarmiento 460 for Period Covering 9/25/16 - 10/22/16 *Late Filing
Scott Alvord 460 for Period Covering 10/23/16 - 12/31/16
John Allard 460 for Period Covering 10/23/16 - 12/31/16
Bonnie Gore 460 for Period Covering 10/23/16 - 12/31/16
Richard Roccucci 460 for Period Covering 10/23/16 - 12/31/16
Maxine Sarmiento and Phil Ozenick Have Not Filed Report Due 460 Report due 1/31/17
In order to run for elective office, a candidate must be 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States, a registered voter, and a resident of the City of Roseville.
LOCAL CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM
Local campaign finance reform was implemented in Roseville in 2000. The ordinance defines strict requirements that candidates must adhere to and limits campaign expenditures.
The expenditure limit for the November 2016 election was $98,113.50.
Before accepting any contributions OR making any expenditures, a candidate must file a form with the City Clerk, either accepting or rejecting the campaign expenditure limit and remit form with an original signature to the following address: City of Roseville, Attn: City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200.
See form below:
In order to participate in your local electoral process, you must be a registered voter in the City of Roseville. Voter registration forms can be obtained at the City Clerk Department at 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 or by calling the City Clerk Department at 916-774-5200.
For additional information and to register to vote, contact the Placer County Elections office at (530) 886-5650 or visit the Placer County Elections or the California Secretary of State Elections Division websites.
Regular meetings of the City Council are held on the first Wednesday of the month and adjourned meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Civic Center, 311 Vernon Street. Additional meetings are held as necessary.
Complete agenda packets are available on the Friday preceding Council meetings in the reception area of the City Clerk’s Department, 311 Vernon Street and on the city’s web site at roseville.ca.us. Extensive time is required to review the material to be considered at the meetings. Members are also required to serve on auxiliary boards, committees, and or commissions associated with Roseville, the Placer region, and the greater Sacramento area.
Councilmember compensation is six hundred dollars ($600) per month and the mayor receives an additional fifty dollars ($50) per month. Councilmembers may, upon order of the City Council, be reimbursed for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred while performing representative services of the City of Roseville.
The Councilmember elected with the highest number of votes in the election shall be seated as Vice-Mayor, and after two years seated as Vice-Mayor, will assume the position of Mayor.