April is Volunteer Appreciation Month

Last Updated: 3/31/2014

The City of Roseville utilizes volunteers in many diverse projects for the enrichment of the community. Volunteers operate in all levels of our departments and positively impact the quality of life in our City and help expand our offered services. We are able to augment creek restoration, provide homework help in our libraries along with adult literacy programs and reading programs, docents for our museums and historic sites, education of utility conservation through the Utility Exploration Center and many more services. We are able to enhance our level of service due to the significant contributions by our volunteers.

We are excited to report that in 2013, about 400 people volunteered more than 38,000 hours. We are very grateful and encouraged by the generosity and aid of our volunteering citizens. The City will be hosting its annual Volunteer Appreciation Event on Thursday, April 3, 2014. This is an opportunity for the City to give back and recognize its volunteers for their donations of time, talent and energy. Qualifying volunteers will receive Presidential and City Service awards for their contributions. Take time this month to thank those who volunteer to make Roseville a better place.