Don’t be a victim while out shopping
Don’t be a victim while out shopping
11/07/2020
Woman worried about bad guys in parking lot
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Roseville remains a magnet for business, education, and housing
01/16/2019
Roseville has established itself as one of the economic engines of the Capital region. It’s been named one of the lowest cost places to do business in California, one of the best communities for women entrepreneurs, and one of the top places in the US and Canada for technology-related back-office solutions.
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Roseville City Council opens applications for Measure B Oversight Committee
12/20/2018
To promote transparency and accountability for the allocation of new sales tax revenue generated by Measure B, the Roseville City Council enacted the provision in the voter-approved measure that calls for Local Sales Tax Oversight Committee.
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Placer County Sports and Event Complex approved
12/19/2018
The proposed Placer County Sports and Event Complex project in Roseville is moving forward after approval from the Placer County Board of Supervisors. The complex will be developed at @the Grounds, the venue formerly known as the Placer County Fairgrounds on Washington Boulevard in Roseville.
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Ice House Bridge move will affect roundabout traffic on Thursday
12/18/2018
Cranes will lift the Rube Nelson Ice House Bridge to its final location on Thursday, Dec. 20 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
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Six ways to recycle this holiday
How you can recycle this holiday
12/17/2018
As you deck the halls, out with the old, and dream of a white Christmas, know that you have alternatives to ensure that your holly, jolly holiday includes recycling. And, of course, making sure your trash bin can withstand all waste that comes with get-togethers, white elephant gifts, presents from Santa and more! With the One Big Bin approach to trash, you toss, we sort and recycle for you. But not everything belongs in the trash -- or there are ways to create space in your trash bin.
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Crime prevention New Year's resolutions for 2019
Crime prevention New Year's resolutions for 2019
12/16/2018
Crime prevention New Year's resolutions for 2019
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2019 green waste calendar now available
2019 green waste calendar now available
12/13/2018
The 2019 green waste calendar for trash and recycling services is now available.
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Roseville’s City Finance Director named Chief Financial Officer
12/10/2018
Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey announced today the appointment of Roseville Finance Director Dennis Kauffman as chief financial officer, replacing Chief Financial Officer Jay Panzica who is retiring this month. Panzica also serves as assistant city manager, a position that will be filled in 2019.
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Open house for the Atlantic/Eureka Interstate 80 westbound on-ramp widening project
12/06/2018
Notice of intent to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Atlantic/Eureka Interstate-80 Westbound On-Ramp Widening Project
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National Day of Mourning closures - Wednesday December 5
12/04/2018
Due to the National Day of Mourning for President George H. W. Bush, some city facilities and services will be closed on Wednesday December 5.
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Transportation Commission to consider Dry Creek Greenway East Project
11/30/2018
The Dry Creek Greenway East Project will be discussed at the upcoming Transportation Commission meeting.
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Mistletoe is a holiday tradition but a pest for trees
Mistletoe is a holiday tradition but a pest for trees
11/26/2018
Now that we are in the midst of the holiday season, it seems appropriate to have a discussion about a plant we all associate with this time of year—mistletoe. Used for holiday decorations, this festive plant is actually a pest that causes damage to trees, is poisonous to pets and humans and is difficult to control. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that attaches itself to a host tree and then grows, stealing nutrients and water.
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Biosolids-to-energy project gets $180,000 boost in grant funding
Biosolids-to-energy project gets $180,000 boost in grant funding
11/26/2018
Work is underway on a multimillion dollar expansion project to increase the treatment capacity at the Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plant (PGWWTP.) An element of the expansion is to create an economically and environmentally sustainable biosolids-to-energy project that will allow Environmental Utilities to ultimately produce Renewable Compressed Natural Gas (rCNG) for our fleet of garbage truck vehicles and electricity to offset plant usage.
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Roseville named 6th best place to retire in U.S.
11/26/2018
Mild weather, vast shopping options and outdoor recreation opportunities are some of the reasons Livability.com named Roseville the 6th best place to retire in the United States.
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Roseville election results – what’s next
11/07/2018
Measure B, a half-cent local sales tax increase to protect Roseville’s essential services on the November 6, 2018 ballot, passed.
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Bus shelter improvements coming for Taylor Road & I-80 Park & Ride
11/05/2018
Caltrans plans to make transit improvements, including replacing the bus shelter, at the Taylor Road & I-80 Park & Ride lot.
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Tell us your housing story
10/25/2018
Help improve housing opportunities and access for you and all residents of our community by taking a short survey and sharing it with your friends.
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Mentoring the tech leaders of tomorrow
Mentoring the tech leaders of tomorrow
10/23/2018
One of the investments the City makes to fortify our resources is providing mentorship to our community’s future leaders. This workforce is a dynamic commodity. Our teams have discovered that when we provide our area high-school students with the opportunity to explore real-life technologies, they possess a richer context to investigate new career paths.
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We make (water wise) house calls
We make (water wise) house calls
10/23/2018
“Remember when doctors used to make house calls?” asked Bobby Alvarez, water efficiency administrator. “That’s exactly what we do in our Water Wise House Calls program. We send our water doctors to people’s homes to diagnose problems and recommend solutions.”
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Gardening greenly at home
Gardening greenly at home
10/23/2018
When teaching her Green Gardner at Home series at the Utility Exploration Center, Cheryl Buckwalter sometimes hears this from a student: “I wish I knew this six months ago! I just got my landscaping redone and no one told me about that!”
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Home for the Holidays Social Media Contest Rules
10/22/2018
Home for the Holidays Social Media Contest Rules
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Is public transit meeting your needs?
10/18/2018
Share your ideas to improve local transit service.
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City Manager announces new Development Services Director
10/09/2018
Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey today announced the appointment of Mike Isom as Development Services Director. Isom has 18 years of experience with the City of Roseville, serving most recently as its Acting Development Services Director for the past six months and previously as Development Services Manager for three years.
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Podcast: The factors leading to Measure B and the likely impacts
10/09/2018
The latest edition of our podcast series Roseville Connections is about the factors leading to Measure B and the likely impacts from the results of the vote. It is from a presentation the city has given to several community groups including in this case to the Roseville Public Utilities Commission.
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Check before you water
Top water tricks for a healthy and green landscape
09/21/2018
When you are watering your landscapes, keep these top tips in mind to ensure that your lawn is both healthy and green while also using water as efficiently as possible.
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Roseville named 10th Best Place to Raise a Family in California for 2018
09/19/2018
Roseville is 2018's 10th Best Place to Raise a Family in California in a recent study from WalletHub.com.
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Travel with confidence with Bus Tracker
Track your bus while you're on the go
09/18/2018
roseville.ca.us/Bus_Tracker
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City Manager announces new Economic Development Director
09/13/2018
After a highly competitive, open recruitment process, City Manager Dominick Casey announced the hiring of Laura Matteoli as Roseville's new Economic Development Director.
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Tech Teens returns to Roseville
Tech Teens returns to Roseville
09/11/2018
The Tech Teens Leadership Academy is getting ready to hack the City’s resources! This fun, hands-on program exposes Roseville high school students to real-world cyber technologies and rescue operations. Explore how our teams use their brains to defend your family and your City.
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Find Inspiration at these Water-Wise Demonstration Gardens
Find Inspiration at these Water-Wise Demonstration Gardens
09/11/2018
September is the perfect time to make plans for a water-wise landscape filled with colorful low-water and California native plants.
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City begins preparation of two budget scenarios
09/06/2018
The Roseville City Council held its annual goals workshop on September 4 to review fiscal trends and community priorities. During the workshop, the City Council discussed service-level preferences for two budget scenarios as the City begins its annual budget preparation cycle for the next year’s (Fiscal Year 2019/20) budget.
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Roseville ranked 10th Best Small Real-Estate Market, 16th overall in nation
09/05/2018
Roseville is 2018's 10th Best Small Real-Estate market in a recent study from WalletHub.com. Roseville's real-estate market ranked 16th overall when compared to all cities in the country.
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City Manager announces new Assistant City Manager and HR Director
08/29/2018
City Manager Dominick Casey announced two new additions to the city's leadership team. Kevin Payne has been named Assistant City Manager and Stacey Peterson has been hired as our new Human Resources Director.
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Placer County seeks input on proposed Sports and Event Center
08/28/2018
Placer County is seeking public input on the draft environmental report for the proposed Placer County Sports and Event Center project at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville, now called @the Grounds.
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New twist on drinking water tax
New twist on drinking water tax
08/23/2018
New twist on drinking water tax
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City Manager’s Perspective
08/20/2018
Having served as acting city manager since April, I’ve had some time for the scope of the job to sink in. I take seriously my responsibility to the 130,000 residents, 1,100 city staff, and thousands more who visit and work in our city every day. It’s a big job that requires significant commitment and resolve. I understand that, and I am committed to it.
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Roseville Wildland Fire Preparedness
08/07/2018
With devastating fires burning in California communities, Roseville residents are asking what our residents should do to prepare, how our city is helping, and how we plan and prepare for fire danger in Roseville.
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Concrete paving work underway on several streets
08/01/2018
Work is underway through fall 2018 to reconstruct several streets using a material called roller compacted concrete.
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City’s water quality labs serve vital role
City’s water quality labs serve vital role
08/01/2018
Most of us never think about what happens after we flush, but there are several City of Roseville employees who think about it every workday. They work at the city’s water-quality labs, located at the Dry Creek and Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plants, and it might surprise you to learn that it’s an interesting job.
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Hot weather remains in Roseville
Hot weather remains in Roseville
07/30/2018
Last week hit Roseville with very hot weather, with temperatures above 100 degrees F. This week should be slightly cooler, but still uncomfortable. Roseville’s temperatures for this week are forecast to stay in the upper 90’s all week. It's important to stay cool, drink plenty of water, and stay informed. Be sure to protect yourself, and those at risk (including elderly individuals, young children, and pets).
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Roseville named 8th best small city in U.S. for first-time home buyers
07/17/2018
Roseville was named the 8th best small city and 18th best city overall in the United States for first-time home buyers by WalletHub.com. A small city in this survey is one with fewer than 150,000 residents.
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City Council names Dominick Casey as City Manager
07/09/2018
The Roseville City Council announced today it has selected Dominick Casey to be Roseville’s next City Manager, following a competitive search. Casey has been serving as Acting City Manager since April 15, following the announcement of former City Manager Rob Jensen’s retirement.
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City Manager provides in-depth look at FY18-19 city budget
07/05/2018
(The following is from City's Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget, which can be viewed here.) Roseville’s fiscal position has improved since the recession. However, the City is not immune from slowing revenue growth and increasing expenses faced by cities throughout California. Deferred maintenance, along with increasing operational and retirement costs, have added pressure on our ability to maintain current service levels with projected revenue streams.
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What happens after you flush the toilet?
What happens after you flush the toilet?
07/02/2018
Ron Kerin wanted to know what happened after he flushed the toilet. Where does the waste go when it leaves his home? And why was he hearing so much about fruit labels?
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Downtown progress marked by opening of garage and fire station
06/29/2018
A downtown ribbon cutting on June 28 marked the official opening of the new Fire Station 1 and the Oak Street Parking Garage—the latest fulfillment of the vision for Downtown Roseville’s revitalization.
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Oak Street Parking Garage now open
06/15/2018
Parking is even easier in Downtown Roseville. The Oak Street Parking Garage is now open. Come see what Downtown has to offer.
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New statewide conservation laws and what it means for Roseville
New statewide conservation laws and what it means for Roseville
06/14/2018
On May 31, Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills into law (AB 1668 and SB 606), mandating water districts and municipalities enact water conservation measures statewide starting in 2022. The goal is to ready the state for the next drought and anticipated changes in the environment.
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Community Weighs In on City Priorities: Council places local revenue measure to ensure public safety, roads and essential city services
06/07/2018
For over a year the City of Roseville has conducted outreach to residents and businesses, reaching thousands and soliciting feedback about their priorities for maintaining quality of life in the City. Responding to these priorities, the Roseville City Council at its June 6 meeting approved placing for voter consideration a half-cent locally-controlled general sales tax measure on the November 2018 ballot.
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Groundwater program boosts water supply reliability
Groundwater program boosts water supply reliability
06/05/2018
Roseville gets most of its water from Folsom Lake, through the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and partnerships with nearby water agencies. Most years, we rely solely on surface water for our customer’s needs. Over the years, we have invested in growing our groundwater system as an integral part of our water supply strategy to increase reliance for Roseville customers.
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Keep pollinators in your garden
Keep pollinators in your garden
06/05/2018
Pollinators can be any insect or animal that moves pollen from male structures (anthers) of flowers to the female structure (stigma) of the same plant species. This action results in fertilization of the plant and produces seeds or fruit that ensure the plants’ reproduction and the source of much of the food that is consumed by animals and humans. In fact, up to 70 percent of food crops rely on animal and insect pollinators.
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Our Green Living Guide is Full of Activities
05/31/2018
Chock Full of Special Events, Workshops, Group Tours and More!
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Margo Ezell named Community Volunteer Award winner
05/24/2018
The Roseville community has benefited from the tireless and unselfish volunteerism of this year’s winner of the Sylvia Besana Community Volunteer Award - Margo Ezell. Ms. Ezell was presented with the award at the May 23, 2018 Roseville City Council meeting.
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Free workshop: Stormwater construction compliance
Free workshop: Stormwater construction compliance
05/23/2018
The City of Roseville, in partnership with Placer County, is conducting a free training on stormwater issues related to construction. The class will cover elements of the California Statewide Construction General Permit including writing and implementing a stormwater pollution prevention plan, site compliance and more. This training is open to anyone interested.
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Final Budget Workshops for FY2018-2019 to be held June 4 - 5
05/22/2018
Your final opportunity to provide input on the City’s fiscal year 2018-19 budget will be at our Budget Workshops June 4 and 5. Each workshop begins at 4 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 311 Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville.
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Construction in progress on the Downtown Bridges & Trail Project
05/21/2018
Improved biking and walking access is coming to Downtown Roseville.
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Teen Driver
Drivers Education
05/21/2018
Economic Driving School
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Five ways to reduce outdoor water use this summer
Five ways to reduce outdoor water use this summer
05/20/2018
In the Sacramento region, most of the water we use daily is used on lawns and outdoor landscaping, and about 30 percent of that is lost due to overwatering and evaporation. There are lots of ways to save water at home, but using water efficiently outdoors, especially during the next several months of summer, can make the biggest difference of all.
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Police Digest, May 17, 2018
05/17/2018
What's been happening in your neighborhood this week? Here's the police digest for the past week.
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Foot massage
Massage ordinance is keeping Roseville safer.
05/10/2018
A year later, Roseville's new massage services ordinance is keeping the community safer and helping police address problem locations.
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Chief Maccoun and honorees at the 2018 City Awards
Police Digest for May 10, 2018
05/10/2018
What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's a summary of police activity and crime reports for May 3-10.
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Latest water quality report released
Latest water quality report released
05/07/2018
We’re pleased to present you with this annual report on city provided drinking water.
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Little girl on a police motorcycle
Rev up for the Police Department Open House!
05/03/2018
Bring the whole family for a fun morning at the Roseville Police Department!
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The drug take-back drop off site at Roseville High, April 28, 2018
Police Digest, May 2, 2018
05/02/2018
What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the police digest, a selection of crime reports and police activity for April 20-May 2, 2018.
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Sites Project Important for California’s Water Future
Sites Project Important for California’s Water Future
04/27/2018
The Sites Project is a proposed 1.8 million acre-foot offstream reservoir in California’s largest watershed. This innovative and environmentally- focused project, located in Colusa County, will greatly increase the reliability of statewide water supplies for environmental, agricultural and urban uses.
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Family playing chess
Want to become more energy efficient? Check out these tips
04/27/2018
Want to become more energy efficient?
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REU worker holding a ladder
Reliability is Electric
04/27/2018
Reliability is Electric
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little girls playing at the UEC
Learning is Electric
04/27/2018
Learning is Electric
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Construction underway on the first phase improvements for Interstate 80/Highway 65 interchange
04/20/2018
Relief is coming for motorists getting on Highway 65 from Interstate 80. Construction is set to being April 30 to reconfigure the crowded interchange.
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Police Digest April 19, 2018
04/19/2018
Are you planning to get out and enjoy the outdoors this weekend? Please do, but remember not to leave valuable items in view in your car. If possible, leave your valuables at home and take only what you need with you in a backpack or fanny pack. Enjoy!
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Top Small Business Festival returns to area April 30 - May 4
04/18/2018
Get a fresh perspective. The Small Business Festival, named one of the top 5 conferences for small business growth in the U.S., returns to the Sacramento Region for the second year during Small Business Week April 30 – May 4.
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spring cleaning
Three fresh ideas to dust away waste while spring cleaning
04/17/2018
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the trash has been piling up all winter long. April is here! That means we get to fling open our windows, turn down our thermostats, and figure out how to purge boxes full of junk that’s been hibernating in the garage since the holidays. But where do we start? In 2017, 54 percent of Americans surveyed said the biggest Spring Cleaning challenge is finding the right motivation to begin, followed by finding enough time to do it.
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Police Digest, April 13, 2018
04/13/2018
What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the latest police digest.
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Women walking the trail near Piches Park
Enjoy our trails--and protect your car until you get back
04/10/2018
Hurray for spring! It's a great time to enjoy Roseville's beautiful parks and trails. While you do, take some steps to protect your car and your belongings.
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