8 Facts about Measure B

Facts about Measure B can be downloaded here.

Get answers here to frequently asked questions about Measure B.

News: City begins preparation of two budget scenarios

As a general sales tax measure, the revenue generated can be used for essential  services the community has said they value including neighborhood police patrols, fire protection, 9-1-1 emergency response, crime suppression, street and pothole repair, libraries, parks and recreation, job creation and economic development programs.

This is an informational presentation about Measure B given to the Roseville Public Utilities Commission.

You can download the presentation given in the video.

EngageRosevilleAt its June 6, 2018 meeting, the Roseville City Council voted to put the measure on the ballot to give voters the option. You can watch the information presented to the Council and its discussion from the meeting here.
The City has spent the past year reaching out to our community with EngageRoseville in person and online - to listen and learn about the community's budget priorities.  This is the community feedback we received through EngageRoseville.

Informational budget flyer
You can download this informational flyer about the city's budget
we sent to all 60,000 households in Roseville.