Interested in attending future public outreach meetings about massage permits? Let us know.
In the near future, the police department will be holding public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the City's massage ordinance. We'll be publicizing the meetings in advance on our website, social media and other venues, but if you'd also like to be notified by email of when the meetings will occur, please email Community Service Officer Nina Shaull at nshaull@Roseville.ca.us. Put "Massage Ordinance Outreach" in the subject line, and only your email address(es) in the body of the email. We'll use the email addresses to make sure you're notified of upcoming meetings, and other ways you can learn about the proposed changes and provide your input.
Heading outside to enjoy the beautiful weather? So are the thieves! (I know, we're always the party poopers, aren't we?) Read on for some tips for safeguarding your valuables while you're enjoying our parks and open space areas.
Effective immediately, until further notice, the Police Department Records Unit will be closed on all Wednesdays. There will be no front-counter staff to assist individuals in person on Wednesdays. This is a temporary schedule adjustment due to changes and enhancements within Records. If you need assistance at the Police Department when the front counter is closed, use the courtesy phone in the lobby to reach Dispatch.
If you received a traffic citation for a correctable violation, also called a "fix-it ticket," you can either flag down any police officer in the field and ask him or her to sign it off for you, or you can bring it to the Roseville Police Department between 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Tuesdays or Thursdays, and one of our community service officers will check that you've fixed the problem and sign the cite for you, so that you can forward it on to traffic court.
We do not have staff available at any other time to provider this service at the police department, except for the days and hours listed above.