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How do I report a dead bird?
The State of California has established a West Nile Virus Dead Bird Surveillance Program. To report a dead bird, please do one of the following:

Phone: Call toll free to 877-WNV-BIRD (877-968-2473) to reach the West Nile Virus Dead Bird Surveillance Program, whose staff will contact Placer County Animal Services to pick up the bird
Email: arbovirus@dbs.ca.gov
Website: http://westnile.ca.gov
I have a dangerous animal or snake on my property
Don't approach the animal, and make sure your pets are in a safe place. Call Roseville Animal Control at 774-5000 extension 2.
I have a problem with barking dogs
Contact the City of Roseville Animal Control officers.
1051 Junction Blvd.

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.774.5090
I have a problem with bees
If you have a swarm of honeybees, you may call a private beekeeper and the beekeeper may be able to remove them for you. Look in the yellow pages under "beekeepers." If you have a problem with wasps or hornets, you will need to call a private exterminator.
I have a problem with rats & other pests
You will need to call a private pest control company. They should be able to remove the pests, and advise you how to get rid of anything on your property that is attracting pests.

 

I have a stray cat
If the cat is inside Roseville city limits, call Roseville Animal Control. The animal control officer may be able to loan you a cat trap if the cat is feral or difficult to catch.
Phone: 916-774-5090
I have been bitten by an animal
First seek medical attention if you need it.  If the animal is wild or not known to you and running at large, call the Roseville Police Department immediately at 774-5000 extension 2, so that a police officer or animal control officer can try to locate and quarantine the animal.  An animal control officer will contact you and take a report.

If the animal is known to you (your pet or someone else's pet), call animal control at 774-5000 extension 2 to make a report. Be prepared to show the animal control officer documentation about the pet's most recent rabies vaccination.  If the animal is not currently vaccinated for rabies, it will have to be quarantined for a period of time.

I have lost my pet
Contact the Placer County SPCA
150 Corporation Yard Road

Rosville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.782.7722
Fax: 916.782.8655
I want a dead animal removed
If the animal is inside the city limits of Roseville, call Roseville Animal Control at 774-5000 extension 2. An animal control officer will pick up the animal during regular working hours.
I want to adopt a pet (goats, dogs, cats & rabbits).
Call the local SPCA to see if they have any available. Or Lon Peterson.
150 Corporation Yard Road

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.782.7722
Fax: 916.782.8655
I want to give away my dog or cat (for adoption)
Contact the Placer County SPCA
150 Corporation Yard Road

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.782.7722
Fax: 916.782.8655
I want to report a dog locked in a car on a hot day.
State Law prohibits leaving animals in vehicles any time the temperature is so high, or so low, or the ventilation is so inadequate as to endanger the animal's life or health.  If you're concerned about an animal in a car, don't hesitate to call police dispatch at 774-5000 extension 1, and they will send an animal control officer over to assess the situation..
Phone: (916) 774-5000 ext 1
I want to report a stray dog / cat
Contact the City of Roseville Animal Control officers.
1051 Junction Blvd.

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.774.5090
I want to report an abused pet
If the incident is inside Roseville city limits, call Roseville Animal Control at 774-5000 extension 2.

 

I want to volunteer to work with animals
Contact the Placer County SPCA
150 Corporation Yard Road

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.782.7722
Fax: 916.782.8655
May I trap a cat that keeps coming onto my property and "messing"?
Yes, you may trap cats, but only on your own property. If you trap a cat, you must promptly take it to the Placer County SPCA shelter, located on Corporation Yard Road (between the Placer County Fairgrounds and Junction Boulevard).

The Roseville Police Department has a limited number of cat traps available for loan. If you wish to borrow a cat trap, please call Roseville Animal Control at (916)774-5090, and then press "4" for more information and to leave a message.
What are the City's ordinances regarding keeping chickens on residential property?
Section 7.04.030 Animal defined.
"Animal" means any dog, cat, livestock, wild animal or fowl subject to regulation pursuant to this title. (Ord. 1293 § 1 (part), 1975: prior code § 3.11(a).)

Section 7.04.070 Domestic fowl defined.
"Domestic fowl" means any common farm fowl including, but not limited to, turkeys, geese, ducks, chickens and pigeons. (Ord. 1293 § 1 (part), 1975: prior code § 3.11(e).)

Section 7.36.010 Domestic fowl--Restrictions.

Except upon premises zoned for agricultural purposes pursuant to the zoning ordinance, no person shall keep any goose or turkey, or more than ten, whether singly or in combination, of the following: ducks, chickens, or pigeons. (Ord. 1293 § 1 (part), 1975: prior code § 3.90.)

Section 7.36.020 Domestic fowl--Enclosure.
Any domestic fowl permitted to be kept by Section 7.36.010 shall be kept in a sanitary enclosure, which enclosure shall not be located within twenty feet of any building or property line. (Ord. 1293 § 1 (part), 1975: prior code § 3.91.)

What are the leash laws?
Dogs are not permitted to run "at large" in the city. This means that they must be on a leash and under their owner's control. Dogs in front yards must be confined in a fenced area, tied up or under their owner's immediate control.  Dogs are not allowed in any park except designated dog parks.
Where are the dog parks?
Marco Dog Park is located at 1800 Sierra Gardens Drive in Roseville. Named for Roseville Police dog Marco, this 1.5-acre off-leash dog park located just north of Douglas Boulevard behind the Mervyn's center includes open turf areas, fire hydrants, trees and a water fountain. One portable restroom is available.
Where can I get information about West Nile Virus?
West Nile Virus is a probable human health threat in Roseville and Placer County during the summer of 2005. For more information on West Nile virus please visit the Placer Mosquito Abatement District website at www.placermosquito.org
Where can I get my pet spayed or neutered
Contact the Placer County SPCA.
Where do I find out about mosquito abatement?
The Placer Mosquito Abatement District provides mosquito and vector control to all of Placer County including the City of Roseville. Each property owner in Roseville pays for mosquito abatement and vector control services through the annual property tax bills. For all mosquito complaints, questions, and services, you may contact the District as follows:

Phone: (916) 435-2140
Email: info@placermosquito.org
Website: www.placermosquito.org
Where do I get a license for my dog?
At the Civic Center Finance counter.  Cats are not currently required to be licensed in the City of Roseville.
311 Vernon Street

Roseville
CA 95678
Phone: 916.774.5310
Fax: 916.774.5514
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