Hot weather is here and will be here for several more weeks. This normally means increased water usage outside to keep landscapes looking good. But this is certainly not a normal year. We are in the grips of a record-breaking, multi-year drought. Folsom Lake levels are dropping.
You can reduce your outdoor water use significantly in 15 short minutes.
Want an inside look at how your local law enforcement agency operates? The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications from Roseville community members for our bi-annual Citizen's Police Awareness Academy. The next session will be held Monday thru Thursday Sept. 22 - 25 & Sept. 29 - Oct. 2, 2014 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Roseville Police Department.
Recently a number of residents have reported getting calls from scam artists who stole money from them by convincing them to buy Green Dot or other pre-paid money cards and then read the account numbers to them over the phone. When a stranger demands payment in the form of Green Dot or other prepaid cards, STOP. You're being scammed.
Sponsored by the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, the Leadership Roseville program is designed to educate and develop effective community leaders who will help create a spirit of cooperation for the resolution of future community challenges. Application deadline is July 25th for annual program that begins in September. For more information, visit the Roseville Chamber of Commerce Leadership page
Roseville has been awarded membership in Union Pacific's Train Town USA Registry and presented with Union Pacific's rotary snow plow SPMW 7221. This historic railroad snow removal plow will be on permanent display on Atlantic Street just outside Union Pacific's J.R. Davis Yard in Roseville.
"We are proud to recognize Roseville as we celebrate our growing up together," said Liisa Stark, Union Pacific's director, Public Affairs for Northern California and Nevada.
"The railroad has played an integral role in our history and our growth," said Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan. "Union Pacific continues to be an important part of our community and one of our largest employers. Even as Roseville grows and changes, our roots will always remain with the railroad."
Roseville residents have until 5 p.m., Tuesday, July 29 to submit their naming suggestions for two new parks. The parks to be named include two neighborhood parks scheduled for construction. The City's Park Naming Subcommittee will review all suggestions and make recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City Council. All park names are approved by the City Council.