The Public Affairs & Communications Department comprises five staff members and serves all City departments providing accurate, consistent and timely information to residents, businesses, news media, city employees, community groups and others.
Our responsibilities include media relations, editorial briefings, direction, content and design of the City's Virtual City Hall and Intranet sites, original programming for broadcast on Channels 14/73, video streaming, advertising, presentation and media training, printed material, copy editing, graphic design, speech writing, in-person presentations and participation in citywide and community-wide initiatives, as well as serving as the City's official spokesperson to news media.
The division leads the 20-member interdepartmental Communications Team, which offers a clearinghouse of marketing and public-affairs services to City departments and provides emergency communications during EOC activation. We publish the weekly e-newsletter and manage content and delivery for dozens of e-mail distribution lists.
Completion of the park project next to the Civic Center is on the horizon and City Council wants your input on a permanent name for this project. The naming survey will be open through July 7. The City Council will review the survey results and decided on a permanent name at an August Council Meeting. Take the survey
Warranty Work for 2011 Residential Slurry Seal Project
The contractor that placed slurry seal resurfacing on various streets in the City will be performing warranty work June 24, 2013 through July 11, 2013. See below for a project flyer and a tentative work schedule.
We need your help! The City is working on developing a Arts & Entertainment Strategic Plan and we need your help. Tell us what arts you and your family currently enjoy in Roseville as well as what other things that you would like to see. Help us better understand how many resources you feel should be dedicated to arts and entertainment by the City of Roseville.
Are you ready for the Independence Day Celebration in Downtown Roseville?!? We are starting with a fun run - think you can beat the Police Chief? Next, we are on to the parade down Vernon Street and ending at Royer Park. Don't leave Royer Park too soon or you will miss music by Capitol Pops, tasty food, bounce houses and games. End your day at the Placer County Fairgrounds with fireworks.