As you all know, Roseville’s water comes from the reservoir, a multi-use facility managed by a federal agency, the Bureau of Reclamation, as part of the statewide Central Valley Project system. Today we received an initial allocation of 25 percent of normal. This number is based on precipitation, snow pack and other factors currently.
The City of Roseville is holding two community meetings in March to update customers about proposed water and wastewater utility rate increases. The rate increases will offset costs of infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation, compliance with current and future regulations, and ensure continued high quality services.
The City of Roseville is hosting an open house this Saturday, February 28, to celebrate the completion of a groundwater well project. Residents can come get a behind-the-scenes look at one of Environmental Utilities’ water supply facilities.
Celebrate and experience California Indian culture during Yomen: A Spring Celebration 10am-2pm on Saturday, April 25. Come to the Maidu Museum's biggest event of the year and bring the entire family for FREE. See tribal dancers, basket weavers, grind acorns, make an elderberry flute, shop at the craft fair and try the tasty Indian tacos.
Roseville employees have always demonstrated generosity in taking care of the community and its members. They volunteer. They help strangers. They take care of each other. February is their annual employee giving campaign called R.E.A.C.H.
Since the program's inception in 2002, City employees have donated over $1.3 million dollars. Learn how you can give as well.
Between January and April, Roseville residents are encouraged to reuse a commonly discarded item in their home – cardboard tubes from used paper towel and toilet paper rolls. These will be used to craft flowers that will be displayed in locations throughout Roseville before being brought together as a Community Art Garden at the Celebrate the Earth Festival in April.
The University of Warwick, a leading research university in the United Kingdom, announced February 12, 2015 that it will move forward with plans to establish a major presence in California, which ultimately would include a campus in Placer County that could accommodate up to 6,000 students.
"The significance of The University of Warwick's intention to move ahead with a campus in Placer County can’t be overemphasized. Warwick’s presence is pivotal to the realization of the innovation corridor of higher education in Placer County, and its international reputation will raise the profile of our region on a much broader scale," Roseville Mayor Carol Garcia said.