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As we prepared for the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, all General Fund departments (Parks, Recreation & Libraries, Police, Fire, Public Works, and Development Services) were asked to develop a net zero budget. The challenge of a flat budget is that we need to reduce services to absorb increasing costs and unfunded mandates. In addition to developing a flat budget, General Fund departments were also asked to make recommendations to help close the $2 million projected budget gap. Throughout the budget process, we examined many scenarios with the goal of balancing fiscal soundness and minimizing impacts to customers.
|The Vernon Street Town Square spray ground is open for the weekends and the daily schedule begins on Memorial Day.|
|The rubber surfacing areas of the playgrounds will be closed for repair from June 26th thru June 30th. These areas will be fenced off from the rest of the playground including the ADA access to both areas.|
Please visit one of our other parks nearby:
Central Park 10200 Fairway Dr.
Stephenson Park 6665 Maple Creek Dr.
Erven Park 6201 Grand Canyon Dr.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
916 774 5748
|The Royer Park parking lot will be closed Friday June 30th to repair the asphalt from 7:00am to 2:00pm.|
Thank you for your cooperation and patience
Please contact Park Maintenance at 916 774 5748 for any questions or concerns.
|Have you heard about our newest water fun program? Socializing Through Aquatic Recreation (STAR) is a dedicated time for children with special needs to splash around at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool spray ground and to participate in other water-related activities. |
|Field information and updates will be posted Monday-Friday by 3pm. If a field is marked "reinspect" the field must be evaluated by the user group at practice or game time for playability. The user group must use the playability criteria outlined in the Inclement Weather Policy when making a determination.|
Bear Dog Park located at 1575 Pleasant Grove Blvd. will be closed for over-seeding and maintenance June 12th thru July 24th.
The park will be watered frequently using reclaimed water to allow the seeding to take effect.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
916 774 5748
|With a focus on maintaining fiscal soundness, the City Council held a budget workshop April 17 to discuss options to close a projected $2 million gap in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 General Fund budget. |
|Mark your calendar for Wednesday mornings to come to the Town Square for your tot to come play! |
Wednesdays, 5/3 - 10/25
| Marco Dog Park is now open [ Map it! ]|
|Updated 6/8/17: The following trails are closed due impacts from winter storms.|
|Recently many residents have seen a coyote in Maidu Regional Park and other east Roseville locations. Coyotes and other wildlife have lived in Roseville for a very long time, and play an important role in a healthy ecosystem. Read on for more information about coyotes and the other wildlife in our neighborhoods.|
|Woodbridge Park 415 Sierra Blvd., the tennis court lighting has been turned off until repairs can be made.|
|Seven redwoods and two tulip trees at Cresthaven Park were recently identified as having potential to cause damage to adjacent private property. After considering several alternatives, it was determined the most feasible long term solution was removal.|
Ten new trees are being planted in the same area. The placement of the new trees allows for adequate space to prevent any potential future problems. Irrigation modifications are also occurring during this project to ensure the new trees and existing trees are properly watered.
Although removal of trees isn't ideal, it is necessary in this situation and the planting of new trees help ensure the sustainability of Roseville's urban forest.
|Roseville's off-street trails are a great place for fun, recreation and transportation. With courtesy, common sense, and a few safety guidelines, all visitors can have a safe and enjoyable experience. Be a responsible trail user, Share the Trail.|
|We recently completed a Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment to help identify the current and future recreational needs of our residents through a scientific survey, stake holder input and a study of national and regional trends. City Council approved the Needs Assessment at the November 20 Council meeting.|
|Sit under the stars, roast marshmallows and listen to native stories around the campfire. 3rd Fridays from 7:00pm-8:30pm.|
This California state required course to earn your permit is easy to use. Study online anytime, anyplace with your mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop while earning high school credits.
Parking in Downtown Roseville is impacted by various roadway and construction projects. These projects may impact parking at the Civic Center, Firestation #1, Downtown Library and downtown businesses. Downtown visitors are encouraged to park in the free parking garage which is closely located to many downtown locations.
Where to Park - Free Parking Downtown
|Who says you can't have a pool party any time of year? Mike Shellito Indoor Pool offers great pool parties year round! Whether you are celebrating a birthday, the end of your sports season, or another special event a dip in the pool is always tons of fun.|
Pool party information