Roseville announces 20 percent water conservation requirement in anticipation of worsening drought conditions later this year
Roseville announces 20 percent water conservation requirement in anticipation of worsening drought conditions later this year
08/03/2021
Roseville announced today that water users throughout Roseville would be required to reduce water use by 20 percent, beginning August 9. The mandatory conservation requirement builds upon the 10 percent voluntary water use reduction announced in May and recognizes that the water supply outlook worsens at Folsom Lake and throughout California.
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Protecting our community against natural and manmade hazards
08/03/2021
Roseville takes a proactive approach to reducing our community's vulnerabilities to potential natural and manmade hazards.
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Resurfacing work in progress on a number of Roseville streets
07/29/2021
Sixty-five lane miles of streets will be resurfaced throughout Roseville this year.
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Downtown building dedicated
07/21/2021
On July 20, 116 S. Grant St. was dedicated to Col Joseph Mohamed Sr. USA (Ret) and Shirley M. Mohamed in a small ceremony.
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Learn about city infrastructure projects with new interactive map
07/20/2021
Driving around town, have you gone by a construction project and wondered about the work being done? A new interactive infrastructure project map can help you find the answers.
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Cut your water use with rebates, house calls
Cut your water use with rebates, house calls
07/19/2021
There's never enough water to waste, especially now as we move into continued drought conditions. We have rebates and programs to help you extend the water resources we have.
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Federal funding provides Emergency Housing Vouchers
07/13/2021
Fifty Emergency Housing Vouchers are now available to assist local individuals and families, thanks to federal funding from the American Rescue Plan.
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Proposals sought for purchase and development of downtown site
07/13/2021
The City of Roseville is seeking proposals for the purchase and development of 1.39 acres of City-owned property at 401 Oak Street.
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Dry creek restoration improvements begin
Dry creek restoration improvements begin
06/30/2021
We are beginning a project near Saugstad Park to restore the creek bank from years of erosion, improve the streamflow, and reduce sedimentation.
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Looking for fun and safe activities for your kids?
Looking for fun and safe activities for your kids?
06/27/2021
RPAL provides engaging activities from the artistic and creative such as arts, cooking, music and photography; to active athletics; academic and real-world life and leadership skills such as business, technical and career activities; mentorships and social services that build self-esteem and healthy emotions and relationships. Membership includes access to all of this and our popular summer program.
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FREE catalytic converter engraving and painting
FREE catalytic converter engraving and painting
06/23/2021
In order to help deter theft of catalytic converters, the Roseville Police Department has partnered with local automotive businesses to provide free engraving and painting of catalytic converters.
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Balancing economic prosperity and water supplies
Balancing economic prosperity and water supplies
06/21/2021
Homebuilding in California is essential—and even mandated—as the state faces a continuing lack of affordable housing for residents. This holds even this year, as California experiences a second consecutive dry year. We understand a delicate balance between growing our local economy and ensuring we have the environmental resources to do so both now and into the future.
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Flashing yellow left turn signals now on Junction Boulevard
06/21/2021
Flashing yellow left-turn arrows were activated beginning the week of June 28.
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Residents give Roseville high marks for quality of life, city services, and utilities
06/17/2021
In a national survey, Roseville residents rated their satisfaction with living in Roseville among the highest in the country in several key areas including as a place to live, utility infrastructure, city services and economic health.
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Phase 1 of the Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project underway
06/08/2021
The first phase of Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project construction is scheduled to begin Monday, June 21 and continue through winter in early 2022.
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Help support the older adult population
06/01/2021
The Placer County Healthy Brain Initiative (PCHBI) is a grant-funded program through the Placer County Public Health Division that aims to support the older adult population by creating dementia-friendly communities within Placer County. The PCHBI Advisory Committee has created a survey to help better understand the media-use habits of residents in Placer County.
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Become a school crossing guard
05/27/2021
The City of Roseville is seeking school crossing guards.
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Fiscal responsibility with a focus on recovery frames City’s proposed FY2021-22 budget
05/19/2021
The City of Roseville’s proposed $571 million Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget is available for public review. With a focus on responsible recovery, the proposed FY2021-22 budget does not include any General Fund service level reductions, and only includes the most critical increases given the continued uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.
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Reimagining Roseville’s commercial corridors
05/18/2021
The City of Roseville is developing plans to improve three commercial corridors along Atlantic Street, Douglas and Harding Boulevard, and Douglas and Sunrise Avenue.
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Roseville water customers urged to voluntary conserve 10 percent to manage drought conditions
Roseville water customers urged to voluntary conserve 10 percent to manage drought conditions
05/14/2021
Given the Governor’s Executive Order declaring a statewide drought this week, Roseville encourages customers to reduce their water use voluntarily by 10 percent. This action will allow us to preserve storage in Folsom Lake, minimize water supply impacts as we approach the fall and winter months, and safeguard obligations Roseville and other water providers have made to protect the environment and the Lower American River.
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Westbrook/Payson/Octave intersection upgrades now complete
05/05/2021
An improved crossing for bikes and pedestrians at the intersection of Westbrook Boulevard and Payson/Octave Avenue is now complete.
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Historic Johnson Pool
100 years of Johnson Pool
05/05/2021
For nearly 100 years, friends and families have beat the heat at the local Johnson Pool in downtown Roseville. Originally constructed in 1921, it served as Roseville’s first public swimming pool
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Residential food recycling coming to Roseville next year
Residential food recycling coming to Roseville next year
05/04/2021
The trash and recycling industry in California is changing. To reduce food waste and other organic debris in the landfill – which accounts for about 18 percent of what Californians dispose of each year – Senate Bill 1383 will require all California communities to source separate food waste from their trash and recycling by next year. The law also includes other organic waste, like green waste, but Roseville’s green waste program is already established.
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Upgrades to water and electric meters coming soon
Upgrades to water and electric meters coming soon
05/04/2021
Like many utilities throughout the United States, Roseville will embark on a meter upgrade project to modernize the metering system later this year.
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Federal funding bolsters water reliability efforts
Federal funding bolsters water reliability efforts
04/30/2021
Roseville is the recipient of $33 million in low-interest financing from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program. This funding will accelerate water supply planning and implementation under Roseville's Water Future Initiative.
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Taking charge of Roseville’s vehicle fleet
04/21/2021
Roseville is leading the charge and making greener choices to improve our city fleet of nearly 900 vehicles. From buses, to sedans, to garbage trucks, you’ll notice cleaner and more electric City of Roseville vehicles around town.
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We're looking for licensed contractors to repair homes in Roseville
04/15/2021
The City of Roseville is looking for licensed contractors interested in bidding on housing repair jobs through Roseville’s Housing Rehabilitation Program.
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Roseville City Council appoints Sheidenberger as next City Attorney
04/12/2021
At its April 7 meeting, the Roseville City Council named Michelle Sheidenberger as the new City Attorney effective May 29, 2021.
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Roseville transforms existing courtyard garden into a water wise inspiration
Roseville transforms existing courtyard garden into a water wise inspiration
04/06/2021
Rain or shine, water efficiency in California is a way of life. That’s why the City of Roseville has embarked on a landscape project this spring that will transform a courtyard garden at Mahany Park into a water wise demonstration to spur landscape water saving ideas for customers and the community.
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Roseville City Attorney Bob Schmitt announces retirement
04/05/2021
Roseville City Attorney Bob Schmitt announced his retirement effective May 29, after 22 years working with the City of Roseville, six as City Attorney.
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Roseville joins nationwide challenge to be more water wise
Roseville joins nationwide challenge to be more water wise
03/30/2021
Roseville Mayor Krista Bernasconi is joining mayors across the country for the 10th anniversary of the Wyland Foundation’s National Mayor’s Challenge for water conservation by asking Roseville residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely.
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Emergency rental and utility assistance now available
03/22/2021
The City of Roseville and Placer County are accepting applications for emergency rental and utility assistance through April 30, 2021 at RentHelpPlacer.com. Income eligible households who are unable to pay for rent and utilities because of COVID-19 are encouraged to start the application process now.​ The Rent Help Placer program provides financial assistance to qualifying Placer County renters to help prevent housing instability or potential eviction due to a COVID-19 financial hardship.
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City resumes limited in-person services to the public March 22; online services continue
03/18/2021
City of Roseville offices will reopen to the public at 8 a.m., Monday, July 6. Some in-person city services will require appointments. Not all in-person city services will be open immediately.
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Stopping leaks in their tracks
Stopping leaks in their tracks
03/15/2021
With more than 600 miles of water mains and more than 47,000 service connections in Roseville’s service area, locating leaks can sometimes be daunting. At times, non-emergency leaks are very easy to spot. Other times, it requires further investigation by our water distribution staff.
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Virtual community meeting April 13 to discuss proposed utility rate adjustments
Virtual community meeting April 13 to discuss proposed utility rate adjustments
03/11/2021
The cost of delivering utility services continues to rise and to keep pace with these increased costs, your Environmental Utilities is proposing utility rate adjustments for water, wastewater, and waste services (trash and recycling.) We are holding a virtual public meeting April 13 at 6 p.m. (RSVP required) to share the details of the proposed rate proposal and answer questions.
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City looks to gather community views on local government and services
03/09/2021
To get a comprehensive and accurate picture of Roseville residents’ perspectives about local government, the City of Roseville is conducting the National Community Survey beginning this month.
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Roseville City Council approves land sale for future jobs site
03/03/2021
A large regional jobs center is one step closer to reality following Roseville City Council approval for the sale of 6382 Phillip Road. The future Roseville Industrial Park would allow the city to compete nationally in attracting employers to the area.
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Reimagine the Royer Park playground
03/03/2021
If you could design a new bigger, school-aged playground at Royer Park - what would it look like?
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Caltrans widening I-80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street
03/02/2021
On Wednesday, March 3 Caltrans is set to begin major construction work to widen the Interstate 80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street.
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Instant weather-based irrigation timer rebate available
Instant weather-based irrigation timer rebate available
03/01/2021
Residents can save now 65 percent on a Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler Controller through a new rebate program offered by your Roseville Utilities in partnership with the Regional Water Authority and local water providers.
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Roseville City Manager names Troy Bergstrom as next Police Chief
03/01/2021
Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey announced today that Roseville Police Captain Troy Bergstrom will be the City of Roseville’s 18th police chief. Bergstrom has worked in law enforcement for 26 years with the past 21 years at the City of Roseville.
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What's Happening In PRL
02/28/2021
Welcome to the new What's Happening in PRL video series where each month we highlight a variety of things Parks, Recreation & Libraries related.
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Help Protect Seniors from Scams
02/27/2021
While people of all ages can and do fall for scams, scammers often target seniors. Scammers know that many seniors have money to spend and are from an older generation that trust others and are polite to strangers. If you have older relatives or loved ones, they may not be as cautious or savvy when it comes to scams. Here are a few ways you can help protect them and other vulnerable loved ones from getting scammed.
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Play ball! Sports start to make return
02/25/2021
Details on new sports guidance allows for play of all sports for both adults and youth beginning on Tuesday, June 15.
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Vacant downtown building demolition and future development opportunity
02/24/2021
The vacant City-owned building at 505 Royer Street is scheduled for demolition. Previously, the building was used by Placer County as a courthouse. This work will prepare the 1.17 acre site for future use.
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 Free front yard landscape plans available
Free front yard landscape plans available
02/23/2021
As you embark on a new front yard landscape or thinking of revamping your existing one, consider going water-wise. The benefits go beyond just saving water, too.
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Housing Choice Vouchers should be a part of every rental portfolio
02/22/2021
Property owners, your participation in the federal Housing Choice Voucher program could mean guaranteed income for your rental property and a chance to help our nations’ veterans.
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United in Community Service: A message from Roseville Fire Chief Rick Bartee
02/02/2021
I shared a version of this message with our Roseville Fire Department last summer, following George Floyd’s death. Now as we begin Black History Month, our city staff asked me to share this message with our community. After some consideration, I agreed. As the city’s first Black fire chief and first Black firefighter, I feel a responsibility to do so.
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Roseville continues to attract young homeowners
01/19/2021
Over the years, City planners have been careful to ensure a variety of types of housing are being built in Roseville. This is one of the reasons Roseville ranks 14th nationally for places people under-35 are buying homes, ​in a new survey by SmartAsset.com.
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Independent Redistricting Commission application period extended until March 5
01/14/2021
In 2021, an Independent Redistricting Commission made up entirely of community members will be formed to establish district boundaries in a process that is free from special interests and political influence.
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City of Roseville Housing, Police Social Services and Homeless Outreach Advocate employees worked with the Placer Food Bank and volunteers to deliver two pallets of food to apartment residents.
65 new affordable housing units give Roseville residents a place to call home
01/12/2021
Residents of Main Street Plaza Apartments in Old Town Roseville started the new year with a new place to call home.
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Statement on U.S. Capitol Attack
01/09/2021
The attack on our democracy at our nation's Capitol has us grappling to find the right words to convey how we feel about the reckless, terrorist actions we all watched unfold on January 6th.
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Most city offices closed until further notice
12/22/2020
Due to the state's updated Regional Stay-at-Home order and in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, most City offices and public counters are closed effective December 11, 2020 until further notice.
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Council approves land sale for hotel, office and retail destination
12/17/2020
On Wednesday, Dec. 16 City Council approved the purchase-and-sale agreement for 290 Conference Center Drive from the City of Roseville. The 11-acre vacant site is being purchased for $4.8 million. Plans include hotels, office and indoor/outdoor public market with retail, dining and entertainment space.
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Shop Placer this holiday season
12/15/2020
Shop Placer and support our local businesses. Shopping locally helps preserve jobs and keeps tax dollars invested where we live.
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Book bundles available
12/10/2020
Try our new 'book bundle' service and get a surprise selection of 5 children's books on-demand.
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Conversations on Racial Healing
12/08/2020
Conversations on Racial Healing is a series of nine meetings to learn about and to discuss racism and racial bias. The series is designed to provide information on several topics related to race relations and to offer a safe place to voluntarily share your experiences regarding racism.
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Use remote Permit Center services
12/03/2020
The Permit Center will be physically closed beginning Monday, December 7. Please use remote services
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Roseville recognized for significant economic impact
12/03/2020
Roseville receives 2020 Paving the Way Award from Greater Sacramento Economic Council
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Curb ramp improvements in progress in the Sun City neighborhood
12/02/2020
The City of Roseville is upgrading residential curb ramps to meet current ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards.
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Roseville named one of the Top 10 Places to Retire in U.S.
11/23/2020
Roseville is the 9th best city to retire in the United States in Money's latest Best Places to Retire list.
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Fall watering ramp down
Fall watering ramp down
11/12/2020
Now that fall is in full swing, you can begin ramping down your water usage. A combination of shorter days and cooler nights means less evaporation and reduced irrigation for your landscapes. It’s also a good time to consider fall plantings, too!
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Roseville named one of the most livable mid-sized cities in the U.S.
11/09/2020
Roseville was named the 27th most livable mid-sized city in the United States by SmartAssets.com in its 2020 survey. Roseville is the only Capitol Region city in the survey's top 50 cities.
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Paint the Rails adds more art to Downtown Roseville
11/09/2020
Come take a stroll and check out Blue Line Arts Paint the Rails artwork in Downtown Roseville.
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Playgrounds reopen with some new rules
10/01/2020
Following months of closures due to COVID-19, playgrounds are now reopen. Before you head out to the nearest playground, please plan ahead to follow the new rules issued by California Department of Public Health (CDPH)
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Roseville named one of best places to live in U.S.
09/22/2020
Roseville was once again named one of the best places to live in the United States, ranking 45th by Money.com in its 2020 survey.
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How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy
09/15/2020
For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how the city conducts business is the City Charter. Every 10 years, residents volunteer on the Charter Review Commission to determine whether amendments to the Charter should be recommended to the City Council. This time, the City Council placed nine amendments on the November ballot for the voters to make the final decision.
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Post office now open in new downtown location
09/14/2020
The United State Postal Service has opened a new storefront at 116 S. Grant St. in Downtown Roseville.
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On-street parking changes in Downtown Roseville
09/02/2020
On-street public parking spaces along Atlantic Street have been changed from unlimited duration to a 2-hour time limit.
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City Council supports businesses opening indoor operations during air quality emergency in letter to Governor
08/26/2020
On August 21, Placer County and its cities sent a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom requesting an allowance for various indoor business operations due to unsafe air quality from ongoing wildfires.
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Free virtual or in-person mobility training available
08/20/2020
Free virtual or in-person Mobility Training is available to help seniors or people with special needs learn how to safely and independently ride public transportation.
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Historic Old Town businesses: Receive assistance with outdoor dining
08/18/2020
In an effort to support Historic Old Town and help safely increase restaurant occupancy outdoors, the City of Roseville is assisting in funding patio areas, similar to the dinning platforms installed along Vernon Street.
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Roseville's future housing blueprint needs your input
08/18/2020
The City is starting to update the housing blueprint for the City, known as the Housing Element. The Housing Element considers the City’s needs for housing access, inventory, affordability, and quality. It is a critical part of the City’s efforts to preserve, improve, and develop housing accessible to everyone in our community.
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Enjoy more outdoor dining in Downtown Roseville
08/03/2020
New outdoor decking has been installed along Vernon Street, providing larger outdoor dining areas for downtown restaurants. Indoor dining is prohibited under the state's current public health order.
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Progress on the Roseville Parkway Extension Project
07/24/2020
We're taking steps to close the gap in Roseville Parkway between Foothills and Washington Boulevard.
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Recycled water keeps landscapes healthy
Recycled water keeps landscapes healthy
07/24/2020
All water is recycled and reused as a part of the natural water cycle. But, in Roseville, we speed up that process. Golf courses, city parks, street medians and even our Roseville Electric Utility use recycled water, which centers around purifying wastewater and using it for landscape irrigation or for industrial uses.
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Message from the Mayor: Forging a stronger path forward
07/21/2020
For all the emergency and crisis scenarios the City plans and prepares for, a pandemic is likely the least predictable crisis we face as a community. How long it lasts and how deeply its effects will be felt remain to be seen. We look forward to the point where we move from an active mode to the recovery phase. As we recover, we’ll integrate what we’ve learned to forge a new, stronger and better path forward.
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Roseville allows expanded outdoor dining
07/14/2020
In an effort to support local restaurants and help safely increase occupancy, the City of Roseville issued an executive order today that allows the temporary addition or expansion of outdoor dining areas.
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Roseville Utilities kicks off youth art contest
Roseville Utilities kicks off youth art contest
07/14/2020
Calling all young artists! Roseville Utilities wants you to get creative. Break out your crayons, color pencils, paints, and more! We would love to see your artwork and what your Roseville Utilities (garbage, water, wastewater, and electric) mean to you and your family.
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July is National Park & Recreation Month
07/09/2020
Ready for to complete a mission? It's time to play the not-so-secret "Mission Hughes Park" or "Mission Maidu Park" in honor of National Park & Recreation Month
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Roseville seeking proposals for purchase and development of 11-acre site
06/30/2020
The City of Roseville is seeking proposals for the purchase and development of City-owned property at 290 Conference Center Drive.
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4th of July virtual parade
06/29/2020
Since we can't get physically together as a community for the annual 4th of July festivities, we are getting together virtual for our first-ever virtual 4th of July parade beginning at 9:00am on Saturday, July 4.
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Ways to save water during the heat of summer
Ways to save water during the heat of summer
06/26/2020
The start of every season means making adjustments to your outdoor irrigation. But, even during the hot summer season, you can still make investments and tweaks to your landscape watering to maximize each single drop that helps keep your landscapes healthy while also saving.
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Oak Ridge Drive bridge replacement project underway
06/24/2020
Construction of a new Oak Ridge Drive bridge over Linda Creek is scheduled to begin the week of Monday, June 29 and conclude in spring 2021.
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RPD Alignment with 8CantWait
06/09/2020
A recent justice-reform movement titled “8CantWait” highlights eight suggested principals in policing. According to the organization behind this campaign, if their eight policy adjustments are implemented, they believe the measures will cause a reduction of use of force-related deaths. This comparison of information isn’t intended to debate the validity of the study behind the “8CantWait”campaign. Rather, the intent of this release is to briefly highlight the eight policies in their campaign and compare their recommendations to the existing policies of the City of Roseville Police Department and California state law. The Roseville Police Department believes that its existing policies and training are largely aligned with “8CantWait” principles.
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Summer Reading returns
06/05/2020
You may not be able to visit the library in person yet, but that isn't going to keep us for reading or from hosting the Summer Reading Program where you can win prizes for reading.
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Message from the Mayor: Moving to reopen and looking out for each other
05/20/2020
Last week, Governor Newsom approved Placer County to move into stage 2 of reopening. Placer County was one of the first and most populous of California’s counties to receive this approval. It happened because of positive health data and advocacy by our City at the County and state levels.
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Post office to remain in Downtown Roseville at new location
05/12/2020
The United State Postal Service has signed a 20-year lease for a new storefront at 116 S. Grant St. in Downtown Roseville.
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Family Meal Roseville to provide 18,000 restaurant meals to those in need
05/06/2020
Public-private partnership launches with $75,000 from the City of Roseville, Placer Community Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund and Sutter Health
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Preparing for an eventual phased re-opening of businesses
05/04/2020
This has been a difficult time for everyone, from major corporations to our local, independent businesses. The City of Roseville is here to support you.
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City seeks residents interested in serving on commissions
05/03/2020
Opportunities are available for adults who wish to serve on the city's Economic Development Advisory Committee, Grants Advisory Commission, Planning Commission, and Public Utilities Commission.
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City Charter Draft Review Report now available for public comment
04/21/2020
How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy. For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how we conduct business is our charter. Every 10 years, the Charter Review Commission determines whether amendments should be recommended to the City Council as time, perspectives, and circumstances evolve. The goal being to ensure that the charter is responsive to the changing needs of the community.
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Mayor Allard emphasizes need for safe, sensible, timely plan to reopen city and business
04/21/2020
Roseville Mayor John B. Allard II provided the following remarks to the Placer County Board of Supervisors at its April 21, 2020 meeting.
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Help local businesses from home
04/15/2020
Despite COVID-19, there are steps you can take to support Roseville's businesses and economy.
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City provides $1M in zero-interest loans to 111 Roseville small businesses
04/13/2020
The City of Roseville has selected 111 local businesses to receive zero-interest secured loans from its $1 million Roseville Small Business Stabilization Program. Loans will help small businesses with the economic impacts of COVID-19 and save 1,092 jobs.
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Message from the Mayor: Persistence in the face of uncertainty
04/08/2020
While there’s so much we can’t control about this pandemic, we do have control of the most important thing: How we respond as individuals, as a city, and as a community.
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Face covering recommended to slow COVID-19 spread
Face covering recommended to slow COVID-19 spread
04/08/2020
Cloth face coverings - such as a bandana, scarf or homemade cloth cover - are now recommended when leaving the house for essential activities. This was announced by Placer County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson to further slow the spread of COVID-19. The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and first responders. Face coverings should be used in tandem with, not in place of, other strategies. It is critical to emphasize that maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of the virus.
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City proclaims local emergency in response to COVID-19, city buildings closed to public
03/25/2020
In a special city council meeting, the City of Roseville officially proclaimed a local state of emergency today, March 17, 2020, in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis. The local emergency is now in effect.
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Coronavirus scams, Part 2
Coronavirus scams, Part 2
03/24/2020
Scammers are constantly changing their tactics to scam people out of their money and personal information. The uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID 19) has many people stressed and panicked. Criminals use these factors to prey on individuals. Since our initial article on Coronavirus scams, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has received complaints of new scams. Here is an update from the FTC, and the steps you can take to protect yourself, your personal information, and your wallet.
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Roseville’s water supply contract extended – forever
Roseville’s water supply contract extended – forever
03/02/2020
Water means life and the Sacramento Region is no different. Roseville and other local water suppliers reached a historic milestone February 28, 2020. Together, with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), eight contracts were inked that provide long-term water supplies for our communities.
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Work on the Main Street Plaza Apartments continues in Old Town
02/21/2020
The long vacant lot on the corner of Washington Boulevard and Main Street in the historic area of Roseville is being transformed.
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Roseville continues to be recognized as national flood protection leader
02/12/2020
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has again rated Roseville number one in flood control.
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Green Means Go: Proposed state program will make smart investments in Roseville
02/12/2020
Green Means Go is a four-year pilot program to accelerate these types of new housing opportunities and cleaner transportation options. This multi-pronged approach will help us meet the ambitious reduction in greenhouse gas emissions the state has set for our region while meeting the needs of existing and future residents.
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Roseville replenishes groundwater basin this fall and winter
Roseville replenishes groundwater basin this fall and winter
02/11/2020
Last November, both Roseville and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) entered into an agreement to transfer up to 6,000 acre-feet of SMUD water annually for three years. This agreement is a testament to our mutual commitment of ensuring that regional water supplies are effectively and collaboratively managed within the local groundwater basin.
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Pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers must share the roads safely
02/06/2020
Roseville’s miles of sidewalks, bike lanes, and roadways are shared by people walking, jogging, cycling and driving. As our city grows we continue to emphasize how to safely share these thoroughfares.
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Game day tip: The best offense is a great defense against Fats, Oils and Grease
Game day tip: The best offense is a great defense against Fats, Oils and Grease
01/27/2020
Game day is right around the corner and that means great food, fun with friends, and yelling and screaming at the television. When you’re done with your menu and meal prep, be sure to have the playbook ideas below handy to defend your sewer pipes, intercept grease and block the scraps. Together, this will result in a sure win and you won’t have to worry about overtime — or the call to the plumber.
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Medical device company opens new Roseville location
01/27/2020
Penumbra Inc. recently expanded their medical manufacturing operations by opening a location in Roseville.
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California water efficiency laws and what they really mean
California water efficiency laws and what they really mean
01/17/2020
News media reports have shared inaccurate information regarding water use targets that were adopted by the state legislature. The two California water efficiency laws that took effect on January 1 aren’t intended to fine individual customers. And there have been reports that with the new law changes, individual customers would be fined for using more than 55 gallons of water per person per day. These claims are simply untrue.
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Crime prevention resolutions for 2020
01/07/2020
It’s not officially winter, but wintery weather has already arrived. With rain in the valley and snow in the mountains drivers need to be extra careful when driving in inclement weather this holiday season. Did you know there are more motor vehicle deaths around the three to four days around each holiday? According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the few days surrounding Christmas and New Year’s Eve, an average of 304 people die in drunk driving crashes. Driving when you are impaired or distracted is always dangerous; but add low visibility, rain, fog, and the pressures of the holiday season, and December just might be one of the most dangerous months to be on the road.
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More flashing yellow left turn signals coming to area streets
01/06/2020
In January, several signals with this feature will be installed on Foothills Boulevard at the following intersections.
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Roseville City Council approves purchase of long-vacant building downtown
12/20/2019
The Roseville City Council today approved the purchase of a four-story office building at 116 S. Grant Street in the City’s downtown that has been vacant for nearly five years.
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Move to district-based City Council elections finalized
12/06/2019
The Roseville City Council approved the final reading of an ordinance to establish district-based elections at its Dec. 4 Council meeting.
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District-based elections ordinance subject of 5th public hearing
11/22/2019
At the fifth public hearing about district-based elections in Roseville, the City Council approved the first reading of the ordinance to establish district-based elections with the district boundary map. The Council must approve the second and final reading of the ordinance for it to become part of the City’s municipal code.
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Ryan DeVore named Roseville Assistant City Manager
11/20/2019
In anticipation of Assistant City Manager Kevin Payne’s retirement in December, City Manager Dominick Casey announced the appointment of Ryan Devore as assistant city manager. DeVore will start Dec. 16.
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Easing highway congestion—what can be done?
11/15/2019
Nobody likes being stuck in traffic, especially during the holidays. Key projects like the Interstate 80/Highway 65 Interchange Improvement Project and the Highway 65 Widening Project are vital to relieving congestion and improving safety. What’s missing is local funding. Why is that?
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Large wastewater expansion project moves one step closer to construction
Large wastewater expansion project moves one step closer to construction
11/15/2019
Your Roseville utilities help purify millions of gallons of wastewater every day at two treatment facilities. This infrastructure ensures that when you flush the toilet, do a load of laundry or take a shower, that water is purified before it’s placed back into the environment. This week was an important milestone as City Council approved the construction and design agreements for two large improvements happening at our Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plant (PGWWTP).
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Roseville enhances downtown security and parking enforcement
11/11/2019
The Roseville Police Department is excited to announce safety and security changes in the Downtown Roseville corridor.
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City Council makes key decisions in move to district-based elections
11/07/2019
A district boundary map, sequencing of district elections, and the selection process for future mayors were decided by the Roseville City Council on November 6 at the fourth public hearing about district-based City Council elections in Roseville.
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Roseville one of safest cities for women in the country
11/05/2019
Roseville is one of the safest cities for women in the United States according to an analysis done by ValuePenguin.com. Roseville was ranked 24th out of 261 cities.
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District-based Council elections - what's next
11/01/2019
The Roseville City Council is considering moving to district-based City Council elections starting with the November 2020 election.
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Securing Roseville's water future
Securing Roseville's water future
10/28/2019
Our water utility is committed to providing the quality, reliable service that our customers have grown to expect. This dedication began in the early 1900s when the City purchased a private water company, continuing through today, and preparing for tomorrow.
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City Council district boundary map suggestions available for review
10/23/2019
All 28 maps are available for public review and comment at DrawRoseville.org in advance of the next public hearing at the October 23 Council meeting.
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New security measures in place for City Council meetings
10/17/2019
As part of an ongoing effort to enhance safety measures at public meetings, a walk-through metal detector will be used for City Council meetings and other designated public meetings starting October 23.
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Sewers and storm drains: Are they two separate systems?
Sewers and storm drains: Are they two separate systems?
10/14/2019
Do you know the difference between the sewer system in your home and the storm drain system located on your street? If the answer is no, you’re not alone.
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Roseville Electric Utility customers not affected by PG&E shutoffs
10/08/2019
As you’ve likely heard, PG&E is shutting off power to parts of their service area during times of higher wildfire risk. These shutoffs will not impact Roseville Electric Utility and our customers.
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Draw district maps and other opportunities for public input on district-based City Council elections
10/07/2019
Public hearings on the details of moving to district-based elections for the Roseville City Council will begin September 18 and continue through November. The City Council voted to adopt a resolution of intention to establish district-based elections at its September 4 meeting. The decision to adopt a “district-based” election format isn’t due to a philosophical change by the City Council. Rather it’s a strategic, proactive move to potentially save the city millions of dollars in legal fees.
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Downtown passport facility features new location, longer hours and expanded services; generates $750k for City
10/07/2019
Preparing for your vacation got a little easier with the opening of the City’s new downtown passport facility. The new facility is located at 316 Vernon Street, Suite 190, across the street from the Roseville Civic Center. It is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. for scheduled appointments.
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Scam Prevention
Scam Prevention
10/07/2019
When it comes to fraud, vigilance is our number one weapon. You have the power to protect yourself and your loved ones from scams.
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Water is life: Celebrate Water Professionals Appreciation Week
Water is life: Celebrate Water Professionals Appreciation Week
10/05/2019
Water is the lifeblood of California and without safe and reliable water, no community and no sector of the economy – from high tech to manufacturing to agriculture – can thrive or expand. Thanks to technological advances by highly skilled and trained water professionals and the dedication of thousands of industry professionals in the state, California drinking water and treated wastewater meets some of the most stringent water quality standards in the nation. In California -- and here in Roseville, too -- our water and wastewater professionals work 24/7 to plan for the future, maintain and upgrade their systems and improve the safety and resiliency of local water supplies for their communities.
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Toss those old meds October 26
Toss those old meds October 26
09/30/2019
Need to dispose of old or unwanted prescription drugs? Swing by Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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City’s technology efforts recognized with national awards
09/18/2019
With the goal of providing our residents the right information at the right time and improving community engagement, two City of Roseville technology projects were recognized with national awards from the Center for Digital Government in their 3rd annual Government Experience Awards.
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Scammer hand out of computer screen grabbing information.
How do scammers know so much about you?
09/15/2019
Here are seven ways you may have given away your information.
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Got batteries? Drop off locations and free curb side pick up available
Got batteries? Drop off locations and free curb side pick up available
09/09/2019
Drop off your dead batteries at participating city-owned locations or call us for a free pickup! Remember: Avoid causing a spark by taping the ends of old batteries with clear tape before disposing of them at one of our locations or calling for free curbside pickup.
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Protect your self-storage unit from theft
Protect your self-storage unit from theft
09/03/2019
You should be proactive about preventing theft at your self-storage unit.
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Prius auto most targeted by thieves
Catalytic converter thefts
09/03/2019
Your car has something in it that’s in high demand for thieves. No, it’s not your GPS or your cell phone.
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Go behind the scenes of a groundwater well
Go behind the scenes of a groundwater well
08/29/2019
Many think that our only water supply here is from Folsom Lake. Thing is, we also have a growing groundwater program that serves as a complementary water source that we can tap when needed.
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Roseville moves toward district-based City Council elections
08/28/2019
Moving to district-based elections for City Council from at-large elections is a change that the City will move toward after a vote by the Roseville City Council at its August 21 meeting. The decision to adopt a “district-based” election format isn’t due to a philosophical change by the City Council. Rather it’s a strategic, proactive move to potentially save the city millions of dollars in legal fees.
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Mayor Allard: Placer County should pursue competitive transportation funding program
08/19/2019
Anyone who’s driven the congested I-80/65 interchange in the past couple years has seen a ray of hope with the construction progress on northbound Highway 65. Drivers will get some relief when this first phase is completed this month — but only for northbound traffic. It’s an important step, but still a drop in the bucket.
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Walking and biking connections now easier in Downtown Roseville
08/14/2019
Downtown neighborhoods, parks, shops, restaurants, the Vernon Street Town Square and Downtown Library are now beautifully linked across Dry Creek with the completion of the Downtown Roseville Bridges and Trail Project.
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Put yourself in the shoes of a low-income family at the Poverty Simulator
08/14/2019
Creating a working family budget is a challenging task for most families. It is even more difficult when you’re near or below the poverty line. Find out just how difficult at a Poverty Simulator hosted by the Placer Collaborative Network (PCN) and sponsored by the City of Roseville.
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Groundwater basin recharged with 470 Olymipic-sized pool worth of water
Groundwater basin recharged with 470 Olympic-sized pools worth of water
08/12/2019
Increasingly, water management in California is a balancing act where solutions must knit together the needs of people, industry, farming, species and the environment. Managing water to benefit these multiple uses is hard enough if water was a stationary resource – but it’s not. Especially during the winter months, water managers confront complex decisions about when and where water is released from reservoirs for winter flood protection as well as environmental flows and supply needs throughout the year.
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Roseville’s low-income community receives more than $500,000 in federal assistance
08/08/2019
Ten projects addressing the needs of Roseville’s low-income community will collectively receive more than $500,000 in federal funding from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
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Be careful when driving in a school zone
Be careful when driving in a school zone
08/02/2019
School is starting so make sure to watch for children
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Maintaining 5,000 fire hydrants in our community
Maintaining 5,000 fire hydrants in our community
08/01/2019
Sprinkled around the city are more than 5,000 fire hydrants. They serve as a community safeguard as they are critical component for active fire protection. Did you know that your water distribution workers help maintain and repair these hydrants?
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Rid your home of Fungus Gnats
Rid your home of Fungus Gnats
08/01/2019
Some of you can relate: You’ve noticed little, annoying insects flying around your indoor and outdoor potted plants or planters and wondering what they are? It could be fungus gnats. They’re tiny flies that are attracted to pots and planters because they like to breed, feed and live in soil that is constantly moist and high in organic materials. Their larvae hatch in just a few days, eventually lead to infestation and ultimately damage to your plants.
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Local non-profits receive city grants to improve quality of life for Roseville residents in need
07/29/2019
Fifteen non-profit organizations serving Roseville residents collectively received more than $350,000 this summer from the City of Roseville through the City’s competitive annual grant program. These groups address a wide span of social needs including disability awareness, hunger, homelessness, and veterans’ needs.
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Roadway connections underway in west Roseville
07/17/2019
Travel around west Roseville will be easier with the completion of road construction connecting Blue Oaks Boulevard, Westpark Drive and Westbrook Boulevard.
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Traffic technology keeps you moving
07/17/2019
Traffic is such a routine and sometimes frustrating part of life, that you may not realize how much happens behind the scenes to keep you moving.
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Free EV charging stations available in Downtown Roseville
07/11/2019
Free electric vehicle charging in Downtown Roseville is now available in the Oak Street parking structure and Vernon Street parking garage.
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Community input shapes approved Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget
06/25/2019
The Roseville City Council approved the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget at its June 19, 2019 meeting. Community input through the city's EngageRoseville effort helped shape the priorities in city services included in the budget.
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City of Roseville invests $10 million to advance local small business growth
06/24/2019
To promote economic growth and job creation, the City of Roseville, in partnership with regionally headquartered banks, is reinvesting $10 million in local small businesses.
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Resurfacing Maidu Regional Park trails
06/13/2019
hase 1 of Maidu Regional Park trail resurfacing is scheduled to begin the last week of July and continue through September.
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Roseville ranked one of the best places to retire in California
06/11/2019
Safety, housing affordability, and access to entertainment are some of the reasons Roseville was recently named the 10th best place to retire in California.
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Latest water quality report
06/04/2019
Roseville water customers enjoy the highest quality water service, meeting or exceeding all state and federal drinking water quality standards.
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Optimism defines City's Fiscal Year 2019-20 proposed budget
05/21/2019
Optimism fueled by short-term projections and a relentless focus on efficiency defines Roseville’s budget approach for the coming fiscal year, beginning July 1.
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Landlord-tenant training workshop set for June 19
05/20/2019
Continuing their commitment to creating affordable housing solutions, the City of Roseville and Placer County are co-hosting a landlord-tenant training workshop June 19 in North Auburn.
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Capital improvements to invest in Roseville's future
05/13/2019
Investing in our community, the City of Roseville is proposing $223 million in capital improvement projects on its upcoming five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), including $78.6 million for fiscal year 2019-20.
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Five new murals coming to Downtown Roseville
04/26/2019
Beginning April 29, a talented group of artists will descend upon Downtown Roseville to create five vibrant murals along Vernon Street as part of Blue Line Arts Roseville Mural Project.
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Give your trees some TLC
Give your trees some TLC
04/05/2019
Trees are a critical part of our landscape. They are beautiful to look at, provide shade when the days are hot, sustenance for our tables, homes for wildlife and help clean our air and water. Taken care of properly, trees can continue to provide benefits for generations to come. Here are some tips on how to care for your trees.
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Roseville again named among safest cities in the U.S.
04/03/2019
Roseville has been ranked in the top 100 cities for safety in the "2019 Safest Cities in the U.S." report by Reviews.com.
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Dry Creek Greenway West Planning & Feasibility Study now available
02/07/2019
Following a year of public input and analysis, the Draft Dry Creek Greenway West Draft Planning & Feasibility Study is now available for viewing.
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Roseville and Placer County 2019 homeless point-in-time count
01/23/2019
The City of Roseville Homeless Response Team will be among a collaborative group of agencies and nonprofit organizations from Placer and Nevada counties known as the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras conducting an annual point-in-time count of homeless individuals January 24.
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