Honoring all who served our country

Updated October 24, 2018
You served us, let us serve you. We recognize the great struggles and hardships service members and their families go through. City of Roseville appreciates your dedication and service to our country.

A patriotic display is showing at Vernon Street Town Square from November 10 - 18.

As a way of thanks, all service members (retired and active duty) and their families get free entry from November 10 - 18 at:
  • Maidu Community Center
  • Mike Shellito Indoor Pool
  • Roseville Sports Center
Thank you for the work and service for our country.

Sponsored by Roseville Electric Utility, your community-owned power provider.


Veterans, their loved ones, community members, service providers and anyone wishing to learn more about local resources for veterans are encouraged to attend a resource fair in Roseville November 13, organized by Placer County Health and Human Services.

Just after Veterans Day, the event will be an opportunity to connect and learn more about the unique services available to Placer County residents who have served our country. Local government and nonprofit providers will have booths and the last hour will feature a Q&A session. Light refreshments and beverages will be provided by Volunteers of America - Veterans Services.

What: Veteran providers resource fair

Where: Cirby Hills Pacific Room, 101 Cirby Hills Drive, Roseville

Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 2 - 4 p.m.

Who: Resources from local providers including governments and nonprofits.

For more information or to RSVP, call 916-787-8809.

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