Meet other teens in Roseville, and make a positive impact in your community. Develop professional skills and work habits. In addition to volunteering, VolunTeens are members of the Teen Library Council.
-All teens must have a government issued ID card (state I.D. card, drivers license, passport) -All teens must be finger printed (at no cost to you) and cleared (usually takes a week to clear) before the VolunTeen orientation -Attend an orientation on Wednesday May 18th from 5-630pm, or Saturday May 21st from 1030am-12pm. Both orientations take place at the Martha Riley Library -Commit to volunteering at least ten hours in the Summer
Start your application process by filling out this form here.
December 21, 2015—Roseville Acting City Manager Rob Jensen announced today the appointment of Dion Louthan as the city's next director of the Parks, Recreation & Libraries Department, effective Jan. 11.
Looking for that next great book for you, your teen or child? Want to know how to download eBooks from the library to your Kindle, Nook, or other eReader? Have legal questions that you want some help on?
Find answers to your questions on the Roseville Libraries subjects guide page, available at http://rosevillepl.libguides.com/. Our librarians work hard to pull the best resources online and in-library together to help answer your questions.
Legal Information Reference Center Available Online
Roseville Libraries have a great source of legal information, available free with your Roseville Public Library card. The Legal Information Reference Center provides over 220 full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. A majority of the books are from Nolo, a well-known source of consumer and small business legal information. This resource is available 24/7 any where you have an Internet connection.