Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Sammy Hagar will celebrate the reopening of Sammy's Island Bar & Grill in Roseville with a special concert event on Saturday, September 13. The concert will be held in the Vernon Street Town Square, to celebrate the first anniversary of its grand opening.
Hagar will reunite with the surviving original members of Montrose, the seminal hard rock band he launched his music career with, including bassist Bill Church and drummer Denny Carmassi, as well as guest guitarist Vic Johnson and a few surprise guests.
"Get ready," Sammy Hagar commented. “We've got all the makings for an epic party – and this time I’m bringing my family… and some legendary friends.”
Find the perfect fall activities and events for you and your family in the latest Recreation Guide. Check out the variety of classes from fitness to safety training to arts and much more. Plus lots of great events including family-friendly options like the I (Heart) Reading Festival and Family Fest to things just for adults including Wednesdays On Tap and Oktoberfest. Download the guide today.
Roseville continues to make progress toward meeting its community water use reduction goal of 20 percent, reducing water use in the month of July by 17.4 percent as compared to 2013. This brings the cumulative water use reduction achieved by Roseville since January 2014 to 18.2 percent.
During this time of year, 50 percent of a typical home’s water use is for outdoor irrigation. You can reduce your outdoor water use significantly by simply taking 15 short minutes to step outside and do these three things:
Phase two of construction is underway. Currently the sidewalk and crosswalks at the south corner of Lincoln and Vernon Streets are closed to pedestrians (view map). Upgrades on this section of sidewalk are expected to take a couple of weeks. The city is working with businesses in the work area to maintain access for customers and employees.
Have fun learning about local history and native culture by joining our team of docent volunteers. After training, volunteer docents lead tours of the Maidu Museum & Historic Site. Fall 2014 Training starts September 9.
A new school year is upon us, which means students will be walking and biking to class. The City of Roseville Safe Routes to School team has worked to increase the number of students using active modes of transportation to travel to school.
Every year more students and their parents are choosing to walk and bike, and there is room for even more. By using these modes of transportation, we decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality, increase physical activity and build community relationships.
It's back to school time already! Students in west Roseville's Dry Creek school district returned to school August 6, and they'll soon be joined by all Roseville-area high school students on August 11, east Roseville's Eureka district students on August 13, and Roseville City school district students on August 21. Here are some safety tips for parents, students, and those who drive near school campuses.