The City of Roseville is a Charter City that was founded in 1909. Today, the City has 15 major departments, more than 1,000 full-time employees and an operating budget of about $400 million.
Administrative Services provides support for the City's primary service units (police, fire, parks, libraries, public works, planning, City Manager, and City Attorney) as well as the City enterprise funds (electric, water, wastewater, refuse, golf courses, and Adventure Club).
The attorney for the City of Roseville.
The link between the public, the City Council, and other city departments.
Get information on the Roseville City Council, meetings, and members.
Implements City Council policy and the overall administration of day-to-day operations for the City of Roseville.
Oversees the coordinations of the City's developmental permitting processes.
The central location for demographic and site selection information, business resources, and incentives offered to establish or grow your business in Roseville.
Provides all water, wastewater (sewer), and solid waste (garbage) utility services.
Provides for and ensures the financial integrity of City resources.
Roseville's full service fire protection agency.
Provides affordable housing, and revitalizes and maintains neighborhoods.
Responsible for the City's recruitment and selection process, labor relations, affirmative action, health plan administration, maintenance of employee records, risk management efforts, employee training and development as well as the Roseville Volunteer Center.
The Information Technology (IT) Department maintains and administrates all City business technology.
Information on the Roseville libraries.
Parks & Recreation
City sponsored programs, services and facilities.
Provides guidance and technical assistance to the City Council, planning commission and the public, and acts on items such as administrative permits, sign permits, home occupations and code enforcement.
Roseville's Police Department.
Combines building inspection, engineering, street maintenance, transit and bikeways, and traffic, all in to one department that deals with how Roseville works as a city.
Roseville's electric company.