Bear Dog Park located at 1575 Pleasant Grove Blvd. will be closed for over-seeding and maintenance June 05th thru July 17th.
The park will be watered frequently using reclaimed water to allow the seeding to take effect.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
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|The City of Roseville's proposed operating budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 is now available for review. The $507 million proposed citywide budget includes the City’s General Fund departments, Roseville Electric Utility, Water Utility, Wastewater Utility and Solid Waste Utility. |
The Council will hold its next budget hearings beginning at 4 p.m. on June 6 in the Roseville City Council Chambers before it takes final action at its June 21 City Council meeting.
The General Fund portion is $137 million. The General Fund, which receives approximately 60 percent of its revenue from a portion of sales and property taxes collected in the city, funds services including public safety, public works, parks, recreation, and libraries.
|At its April 19 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved an effort called “Engage Roseville: A Community Conversation about Priorities.” |
Extending through Spring 2018, the effort will involve residents, businesses, and others who have a stake in Roseville’s quality of life, in prioritizing city services and looking at options to match services levels with revenues. A key component will be the volunteer Community Priorities Advisory Committee.
Applications to serve on the committee has been extended until 3 p.m., May 26, 2017.
|Lennar Homes is offering affordable homes at a Lennar community in West Roseville, with down payment assistance through the City of Roseville. A total of 4 middle income homes will be sold to income qualified households. Each affordable home has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a 2 bay garage and 1,438 sq. ft. of living space.|
|Help the Roseville Police Department "Keep Watch" on our City by signing up with our voluntary surveillance camera registry. |
|Work to remove several asphalt streets and replace them with a new concrete surface is scheduled to begin mid-May. Portions of Hickory Street, Washington Boulevard, Atkinson Street and Denio Loop have been identified for reconstruction. By using roller compacted concrete instead of asphalt, we can better use our limited funding to repair more Roseville streets. |
|We have some sad news to pass along. Former Roseville Councilmember and long standing library advocate Martha Riley passed away peacefully Sunday evening at the age of 82, surrounded by her children.|
|Roseville ranks as the top place to raise a family in California according to a new study by Smart Asset.com. SmartAsset analyzed 127 California cities.|
Roseville offers young families a good education system combined with a strong local economy. Roseville ranks fourth in the number of high school graduates taking college preparatory courses and 93% of high school students graduate.
|At their May 17 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved in a 3-0 vote the first reading of an update to the Roseville Municipal Code regulating massage services. |
The update brings Roseville's current ordinance into alignment with state law, and changes the focus of the ordinance to regulating massage businesses, rather than individual massage therapists and practitioners.
The purpose of the ordinance update is to support the beneficial practice of the healing art of massage, and to give the police department effective tools to combat illicit businesses.
|About 6 p.m. May 2, off-duty Roseville Police Cadet Kaitlyn McKinney witnessed a collision between two pickups on westbound I-80 between Rocklin Road and Highway 65. She pulled over to the accident scene, and ran up to the smaller of the two pickups. As she did so, the truck caught fire.|
Watch the television report from CBS13.
|The Roseville City Council is now accepting applications from citizens, 18 years of age or older and residing within the City limits of Roseville, interested in serving on various City boards and commissions. (This does not include the Community Priorities Advisory Committee. Applications for this committee can be found here.)|
|Under a resolution adopted by the City Council, Roseville is voicing its support for Sutter Health's Getting to Zero campaign, a regional effort to end chronic homelessness by aligning programs and resources around a low-or-no barrier approach to housing individuals experiencing homelessness. |
In December 2016, the city received a $250,000 matching grant through Getting to Zero to support its Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program, a new program the City is excited to introduce this year through former housing redevelopment funding.
|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. |
|What does it take to deliver an excellent quality of life in a community? Good policies and great people.|
Both have proven instrumental to Roseville’s ranking as one of the best places in the nation across a range of categories, including for safety, health, young families, entrepreneurs, and even being playful.
While our staff is passionate about delivering high-quality services that make Roseville the great community it is, the cost to provide services continues to escalate. As with any service provider, our highest cost is labor. Given this reality, I’m particularly thankful that the City’s labor groups and employees have been an integral part of the solution to managing labor costs. The changes we’ve made together still allow the City of Roseville to attract and retain competent, dedicated people to serve our community.
|At a recent workshop to discuss whether the state’s emergency drought regulations should be extended beyond February, two government agencies scheduled to report on drought conditions were noticeably absent because they were busy responding to flooding issues. |
Apart from this ironic twist, one cannot brush aside this winter’s record rainfall, snowpack and reservoir conditions.
|February 9, 2017 - The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today acted to ensure that phone numbers continue to be available to meet demand in the 916 area code by approving an area code overlay that will provide additional numbering resources while minimizing customer inconvenience. The new area code that will be added to the 916 region, which serves the greater Sacramento area, is 279.|
|Updated 3/17: The following trails are closed due impacts from recent storms.|
|The Tech Teens Leadership Academy is a fun, hands-on program exposing high school students in the Roseville region to real-world technology, project management and business operations. Since its launch in 2014, there have been four sessions with over 80 graduating students.|
|At its September 7 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved the overall funding required for the Oak Street Parking Facility project. This approval cleared the way for construction to begin. The contractor is scheduled to install construction fencing around the project perimeter on September 12. |
The project, which is expected to take 10 months to complete, will initially involve demolition, grading, and utility work. The actual structure will begin to take shape when concrete pours start in late October/early November.