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Boards & Committees
Board of Appeals
The fifteen-member board hears and decides appeals of administrative citations for municipal code violations, including animal, police, fire, building, stormwater, and zoning matters. They set penalties and devise solutions for ongoing violations of the municipal code.
Deputy City Attorney
The Committee reviews Design Review Permit applications for multiple-residential, commercial, and industrial projects. The review projects proposed site plans, architecture and landscaping for conformance with the City's general plan, specific plans, and community guidelines.
Administrative Clerk II
The five-member board makes recommendations on library issues such as library hours and policies, priorities for capital purchases, sites for new branch libraries, complaints about library materials, etc. Board members act as informal liaisons with the community to promote the library system and to bring community concerns to the City Librarian.
Parks, Recreation & Libraries
Parks & Recreation Commission
The seven-member commission reviews and makes recommendations on park projects, department operations, recreation programs and specific controversial issues.
Parks and Recreation Commission E-Mail Address
Parks, Recreation & Libraries
Placer Mosquito & Vector Control DistrictPlanning Commission
The Roseville representative is one of five Placer County regional trustees and makes determinations on abatement needs, funding allocation, funding mechanisms, and special abatement requirements for the district which includes 53,000 parcels in south Placer County.
The seven-member commission undertakes long-range planning for development that includes, but is not limited to, preparation and maintenance of the general, specific and area plans, as well as reviewing Environmental Impact Reports and capital improvement programs. Short-range planning efforts include zoning matters dealing with land use changes, rezones, subdivision and parceling of land, special use permits and variances.
Public Utilities Commission
The seven-member commission studies and advises the City Council on cable television franchises and all utility issues related to city-owned utilities (electric, water, sewer, and solid waste). Issues include planning, rates, public information, complaints about rates or operations, and activities of utility joint powers agencies.
Environmental Utilities Director
or Michelle Bertolino
Electric Utility Director
or Robin Stoddard
Roseville Grants Advisory Commission
The commission annually reviews all proposals and grant applications for Citizens Benefit Fund, R.E.A.C.H. Fund and Roseville Automall Community Fund. The annual funding period is January through May and commission's funding recommendations are forwarded to the City Council for final approval in June.
For more information, visit the Grants page.
The seven-member commission studies issues such as education, long-term care, recreation, housing, transportation, nutrition, and volunteer programs for older adults. Members also represent the commission by serving on other committees within the aging network.
Senior Parks & Recreation Supervisor
The Transportation Commission reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council related to the community’s transportation needs. The Commission deals with issues related to four primary areas: public transit; traffic circulation; bikeways and pedestrian facilities; and transportation systems management. It is also a forum to provide public input for issues related to transportation.
Alternative Transportation & Bikeway Division Manager
Youth Sports Coalition
The Youth Sports Coalition's goal is to create a long-term vision with permanent solutions for providing athletic opportunities for the youth of the community. This would include a vision for the creation of new facilities in the future, operation and maintenance of existing facilities, and sportsmanship and teamwork for participants, coaches, and parents.
Parks and Recreation Specialist
Contact Information: Revitalization Staff
The seven-member commission studies issues such as education, long-term care, recreation, housing, transportation, nutrition, and volunteer programs for older adults. Members also represent the commission by serving on other committees within the aging network. Kate Miller(916) 774-5978