(l to r: John Allard, Mayor Susan Rohan, Tim Herman, Vice Mayor Bonnie Gore, Scott Alvord)
Engage Roseville: A Community Conversation about Priorities
At its April 19, 2017 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved an effort called “Engage Roseville: A Community Conversation about Priorities.”
Extending through Spring 2018, the effort will involve residents, businesses, and others who have a stake in Roseville’s quality of life, in prioritizing city services and looking at options to match services levels with revenues.
A key component will be the Community Priorities Advisory Committee.
Community Priorities Advisory Committee
The Roseville City Council approved formation of a Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) as one of several comprehensive activities to ensure direct and meaningful community participation in reviewing levels of City-provided services.
The committee process is intended to bring together Roseville residents and businesses to assess specific general fund City services and programs, and provide policy level recommendations to prioritize what we value as a community.
- The committee will meet 6-8 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at either the Martha Riley Library Building, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd. or the Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr., from July 2017 through Spring 2018.
- Meetings are open to the public and will be videotaped and available for viewing on the City’s government-access channel COR-TV (Comcast 14 and Consolidated 73) and on the City’s website.
Learn more about Engage Roseville.
The City of Roseville operates under the council-manager form of municipal government. Council members are elected at large for four-year terms of office. Two and three Council members will be elected alternately at the general municipal election in November of even-numbered years. The Council member receiving the highest number of votes in the latest election is seated as Vice Mayor for the first two years of his or her four-year term, and as Mayor for the final two years. The City Council enacts laws and establishes administrative policy for the city.
Roseville residents are encouraged to attend City Council meetings. Residents who wish to address the Council may do so according to guidelines noted on the front cover of the City Council agenda. The agenda is available outside the Council chamber, the City Clerk Department and the "Meeting Agendas" link below.
City Council Meeting Calendar
Online Streaming Video
The Roseville City Council meets on the first Wednesday of the month and usually conducts adjourned meetings the third Wednesday of the month. Meetings are held at 7 p.m. in the Council chamber located at City Hall, 311 Vernon Street. Special meetings and workshops are scheduled as needed; see our Online City Council Calendar for up-to-date meeting information.
All agendas and backup materials are available the Friday preceding a Council meeting. Agendas are posted at the entrance to City Hall. The agenda and backup materials are available in the City Clerk Department reception area, or the electronic versions posted here. Individuals without access to a computer can visit one of the City libraries.
Online Streaming Video
Check out the City Council streaming video center. Watch live meetings, search for agenda items, view past meetings online, or subscribe to our City Council RSS feed.
Residents may watch live broadcasts of all public meetings held in the City Council chamber on Channel 14 if you have Comcast Cable and Channel 73 for Consolidated Communications. Meeting agendas, minutes, and synopses are prepared by the City Clerk.
Contact the Roseville City Council You may address correspondence to Roseville City Council members as follows:
Roseville City Council (or individual council member's name)
311 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 786-9175 [fax]
City Council Phone Numbers
Mayor Susan Rohan
Vice Mayor Bonnie Gore
Councilmember Tim Herman
Councilmember John Allard
Councilmember Scott Alvord
Report of Public Official Appointments