Roseville Electric crews are laying the ground work for the installation of the Centennial Clock at the Carnegie Museum in early October.
The Centennial Clock, which was donated to the City by the KB Homes several years ago, will sit at the corner of Mango Alley and Lincoln Street and commemorates Roseville Electric's 100th Anniversary. The clock's turn of the century design complements the Carnegie Library Museum which was built 100 years ago.
The City of Roseville became an electric power provider in 1912 after citizens complained about the power service provided by the privately owned company. Since the department’s inception, Roseville Electric has remained committed to providing reliable energy and outstanding customer service to its customers.
These days we generate more than power. Roseville Electric contributes to a vibrant quality of life by providing nearly $8 million annually to enhance our parks, libraries and public safety. We generate cost savings to our customers by providing about $4 million annually in energy efficiency rebates to help cut our customer’s energy costs by reducing power consumption.
And finally we generate a robust economy. Because our rates are lower than other utilities in Placer County, we help our customers keep more of their money.
Roseville Electric is now generating excitement with the Centennial Clock. Watch for more construction photos here and on our Facebook page at Roseville Utilities.
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