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Kids in Roseville
The City of Roseville offers a huge selection of programs for our youth. Below are just some of the things we offer. For complete listings, please check out our current activity guides.
In addition to the private youth sports organizations operating in Roseville, the City offers several leagues and sports activities as well.
Not sure what will keep your kids busy, active and having fun this summer? Check out our selection of full and partial day camps in the summer. We offer all kinds of camps including educational, sports, fitness, arts, nature and more!
Check out our most current list of classes in our activity guides. We offer programs for all kinds of interests: arts, dance, sports, educational, theater, cooking, photography, gymnastics, extreme sports, golf and more!
Our aquatics programs for kids are recognized nationally, so check out our swim lessons, parties, camps and more!
The City of Roseville's Adventure Clubs are state-licensed child care facilities that offer before and after school care.
The City of Roseville offers preschool at several sites throughout the area.
|The Vernon Street Town Square spray ground closed for the season following Columbus Day. The spray ground reopens on weekends the first full weekend in May and opens daily beginning Memorial Day.|
|School is out for winter break which means more time for fun! We have expanded hours for the climbing wall at the Roseville Sports Center and more days of recreational swim at Mike Shellito Indoor Pool.|
|Most City offices/locations are closed Saturday, December 24 - Monday, January 2 and reopen on Tuesday, January 3. Instead of a full closure, we have modified hours at Riley Library, Roseville Sports Center and Mike Shellito Indoor Pool. |
|Roseville is the 11th healthiest city in the United States, according to Niche.com. |
The ranking provides a comprehensive assessment of the general levels of health among residents in Roseville.
|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.|
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