The City of Roseville joins California Building Officials and other local jurisdictions in celebrating Building Safety Month every year. Here are some ways you can ensure your family is living in a safe environment.
It's that simple: mulch saves water. Roseville water customers interested in receiving FREE mulch can swing by the Placer County Fairgrounds on May 21 from 9 a.m. to noon. This is one of many ways you can be as water efficient in your garden.
At the May 4th Roseville City Council Meeting, representatives from Placer County will provide an opportunity for the public to provide input on Placer County's current efforts to regulate medical marijuana cultivation, processing, and distribution in unincorporated Placer County including possible outdoor commercial cultivation.
The Roseville City Council is now accepting applications from citizens, 18 years of age or older and residing within the City limits of Roseville, interested in serving on various City boards and commissions. Members receive no compensation for their time, although they may attend training workshops or seminars at City expense.
Mark your calendars for an evening of family fun in the Town Square!
This series delights all tots, as they end their day with different performers each visit! Get ready for super heroes, Frozen characters, a magician and scientists. Parent participation required. Free.
Interested in attending future public outreach meetings about massage permits? Let us know.
In the near future, the police department will be holding public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the City's massage ordinance. We'll be publicizing the meetings in advance on our website, social media and other venues, but if you'd also like to be notified by email of when the meetings will occur, please email Community Service Officer Nina Shaull at nshaull@Roseville.ca.us. Put "Massage Ordinance Outreach" in the subject line, and only your email address(es) in the body of the email. We'll use the email addresses to make sure you're notified of upcoming meetings, and other ways you can learn about the proposed changes and provide your input.