2024 Election

Elections are held on the first Tuesday, after the first Monday, in November of even-numbered years. The 2024 election is scheduled for November 5.

For the 2024 City of Roseville election cycle, there will be three (3) City Council District seats up for election:  Districts 1, 3, and 5.

To date, the following individuals have filed FPPC Form 501 - Candidate Intention Statement:


District 1 
Tracy Mendonsa     



   
 
District 3
Bruce Houdesheldt   
Sophy Laughing  



    
 
District 5
Karen Alvord
Nicholas Busse
Pete Constant
John Freitas
Ronald Hickey
Marcus Ledergerber
Murial Moore
David Powell
Kim Unidad

View candidate campaign reports here



 

November 2022 General Election

In 2022, the City of Roseville concluded its redistricting process creating a new district map

General Election, November 8, 2022 

The City of Roseville held a General Municipal election on November 8, 2022.  City of Roseville voters residing in Districts 2 and 4 elected City Council members to fill one seat in each of those districts. 

District 2:
Eric Eisenhammer
Pauline Roccucci - Elected
Richard Wukmir


District 4:
Krista Bernasconi - Elected

In addition, Roseville voters passed Measure C which amends Section 4.24.030 of the Roseville Municipal Code, increasing the TOT (also known as the hotel and lodging tax) from its current 6% to 10% of rent charged.

November 2020 General Election

General Election, November 3, 2020

The City of Roseville held a General Municipal election on November 3, 2020.  City of Roseville voters residing in Districts 1, 3, and 5 elected City Council members to fill one seat in each of those districts. 

District 1:
LaMills Garrett
Tracy Mendonsa - Elected

District 3:
Bruce Houdesheldt - Elected
Neil Pople
Geoff Sakala

District 5:
Scott Alvord - Elected
Gary Johnson

Measures Proposed and Passed:
Measure J -
Clean-up language on minor items
Measure K - Clarifies that a partial City Council term of less than two years does not count towards term limits.
Measure L - New provisions determining a vice mayor and mayor under district-based elections.  Vice mayor rotates through each district in numerical sequence.  Vice mayor becomes mayor after serving a two-year term.
Measure M - Clarifies process to fill a city council, mayor, or vice mayor vacancy.
Measure N - Allows city manager and city attorney to call special city council meeting and changes noticing to 72 hours prior to special meeting.
Measure 0 - Increases sealed bid limit on City purchases to $75,000.
Measure P - Provides provisions for filling vacancies on the Personnel Board.
Measure Q - Prohibits the city from providing retail potable water to new service areas, and ensures non-residential electric rates by established by the city council.
Measure R - Establishes an independent redistricting commission.

November 2018 General Election

General Election, November 6, 2018

The City of Roseville held a General Municipal election on November 6, 2018.  City of Roseville voters elected 2 City Council members to fill two seats. 

Krista Bernasconi - Elected
Stephanie Dement
Bruce Houdesheldt
David C. Larson
Sehrish Khan
Pauline Roccucci - Elected

In addition, Roseville voters passed Measure B which approved a half-cent (0.5%) Transactions and Use Tax to protect Roseville's essential services.