The Public Affairs & Communications Department comprises five staff members and serves all City departments providing accurate, consistent and timely information to residents, businesses, news media, city employees, community groups and others.
Our responsibilities include media relations, editorial briefings, direction, content and design of the City's Virtual City Hall and Intranet sites, original programming for broadcast on Channels 14/73, video streaming, advertising, presentation and media training, printed material, copy editing, graphic design, speech writing, in-person presentations and participation in citywide and community-wide initiatives, as well as serving as the City's official spokesperson to news media.
The division leads the 20-member interdepartmental Communications Team, which offers a clearinghouse of marketing and public-affairs services to City departments and provides emergency communications during EOC activation. We publish the weekly e-newsletter and manage content and delivery for dozens of e-mail distribution lists.
If you’re like most people who like to keep track of the weather before you head out the door, you notice one distinct weather condition – persistently dry, warm conditions with little snow or rain. This year is particularly noteworthy because we are breaking records – January through April 2013 has been the driest on record.
Logically, that gets most folks wondering – are we headed for a drought?
Police Chief Hahn is in tip top shape to run and challenges you to try your best to beat him at the upcoming Run Crime out of Roseville 5K on July 4th. Join Roseville Crime Stoppers at Royer Park to kick off your 4th of July festivities. Come for the run, stay for the parade and games in the park.
Now is your chance to be part of the 4th of July this year. We are accepting applications for service groups, businesses and other organizations to take part in this year's parade festivities. Applications are due June 1.
Roseville has been named a 2013 Playful City USA community from national non-profit KaBOOM!. Sponsored by the Humana Foundation, Playful City USA is a national program from KaBOOM! that celebrates and promotes local policies which increase play opportunities for children and is a key platform in combating the lack of play among children.