|The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) invites you to upcoming public meetings about planned changes in the 916 area code region. A meeting in Roseville will take place at 1 p.m., August 16 in the Roseville Civic Center Meeting Rooms 1 & 2, 311 Vernon Street. |
|Exciting news--Roseville has been ranked as one of the 25 safest cities in the US! Niche.com ranked U.S. cities over 100,000 population for safety, based on FBI crime statistics. We're proud and grateful--it takes a whole community working together to make a safe and thriving city. Read on to find out where Roseville placed on the list.|
|On Tuesday, August 2, neighborhoods throughout the City of Roseville are invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the 32nd annual National Night Out--and we hope you'll be there.|
|You are invited to review and provide comments on the 2016 City of Roseville Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. Input on the plan can be submitted Wednesday, July 27 through Friday, August 19, 2016. This plan details the risks of both natural and manmade hazards in Roseville and includes programs and projects to help reduce the exposure of city residents and businesses should an event occur. By having a plan in place, Roseville is eligible for federal pre-disaster and post-disaster assistance.|
|Temperatures are expected to hit triple digits this week! We encourage residents to follow these tips to stay safe during this warm weather and offer ways to cool off during the week, including our Downtown Library that will have extended hours Wednesday through Friday as a cooling center. |
|Businesses in Roseville will be able to use A-frame signs without a permit beginning August 20, 2016 under specific conditions.|
|"My goal is to make the City of Roseville's budget more accurate, predictable and easy to understand," said Jay Panzica, the City of Roseville's Chief Financial Officer and large public agency CFO of the Year. |
Panzica was presented the award July 14 by the Sacramento Business Journal.
|The City of Roseville has partnered with California Affordable Housing Agency and Applied Residential Inc. to expand access to homeownership through the Trio Lease-To-Own Option Program. |
This program provides a pathway to homeownership that is targeted to families that would like to purchase a home but are not quite ready to buy for a number of reasons.
|On November 8, Roseville voters will select three members from our community to serve on the City Council. The three Council seats open for election are currently held by Carol Garcia, Pauline Roccucci, and Bonnie Gore.|
Nomination paperwork is available at the City Clerk’s office, located at 311 Vernon Street, through August 12, 2016.
|Road resurfacing around Roseville is scheduled to begin in late June, with completion anticipated by the end of December. Much of the work will be done at night. By completing resurfacing and pavement projects annually, Roseville's streets are preserved and maintained at the lowest possible cost. Roads are prioritized based on their pavement quality, age and amount of traffic.|
|As part of the California Public Records Act, the California State Senate passed Senate Bill 272, requiring local agencies to create a catalog of their enterprise systems and make the catalog publicly available. |
As a result, the City of Roseville has posted a list of Enterprise Systems to our Open Data Portal and the list can be viewed here:
SB272 Catalog of Enterprise Systems
|At its June 15th meeting, the Roseville City Council approved a $493.8 million balanced budget for fiscal year 2016-2017, which begins July 1, 2016. |
The size of the budget reflects the full range of municipal services our city provides. Roseville is a full-service city, which means the city operates its own electric, water and refuse utilities, parks, libraries and public safety departments.
|At its June 1 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved the award of more than $400,000 in grants to 52 non-profit organizations serving the residents of Roseville. |
This is the 23rd year that the City has awarded grants from the Citizens Benefit Fund (CBF) with funds generated from interest earned on the invested proceeds from the sale of the former Roseville Community Hospital. Since 1993, the City of Roseville has awarded $14.9 million to local non-profit agencies.
|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. Summer 2016 Training starts August 2.|
|The Vernon Street Town Square Spray Ground reopens on weekends beginning May 7. Daily hours begin on Memorial Day. Enjoy another summer of fun in the spray ground!|
|The City of Roseville has begun work to improve sight distance on Roseville Road by widening and straightening the ‘S’ curve in the roadway. New bike lanes, sidewalks and street lighting will be added, while utilities will be moved underground. The work zone will extend from Cirby Way south to the city limits.|
|Some Placer residents can soon look forward to lower flood insurance premiums now that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued new draft flood maps for the county. But in a number of areas, including some mapped for the first time, flood risk has increased and may change flood insurance requirements and costs for some property owners.|
|Performing Arts of Roseville has brought "Music in the Park" to Roseville for over 24 years. Conveniently located in Royer Park, bring a picnic for a great Sunday night of entertainment. Free.|
|Roseville's Parks, already a large user of recycled water in Roseville – has added one of its largest parks to the recycled water system. Completed just in time for this year’s irrigation season, Mahany Park, located at the corner of Woodcreek Oaks and Pleasant Grove Boulevard, will save about 29 million gallons annually of potable water with this change. |
|Just a couple of weeks ago, the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) took action easing statewide water conservation rules that have been in place for more than a year because of the drought. |
Acknowledging that water conditions in many parts of the state have improved, the State Water Board voted to eliminate the statewide 25 percent water savings approach and, in its place, are new rules that give water agencies like Roseville local control over conservation.