Approximately 2 acres of nonfunctional turf at Crestmont Park, Roseville Electric Utility and the Roseville Corporation Yard is scheduled to be replaced with drought resistant landscape saving 6.9 million gallons of water annually. Areas that are primarily aesthetic and not used for passive or active recreation such as sports games, picnics or playing catch are considered nonfunctional turf.
In 2007 the State of California's mandated reducing water usage by 20% before the year 2020. We have already met that goal. Now with the City's declaration of Drought Stage 2, which requires 20% reduction for households and a 30% reduction in irrigation for businesses, we continue to look for ways to be more efficient with our water resources in addition to the reductions that have already been achieved.
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.
Pay a one-time fee before the season starts and you will not have to pay again for the rest of the winter/spring. Passes include free entrance to Recreational Swim and Parent & Tot Playtime. Season Swim Passes are good at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool, January 1-May 31, 2015.