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| ||Roseville makes good business sense. We are a place where businesses small and large find success. The key is Roseville's ability to provide first rate services, competitive business costs, a centralized location, solid long range planning and an educated, growing population. Roseville takes a holistic approach to creating a successful business climate by providing a solid foundation that allows companies to create, innovate and grow. |
|Fast Facts about Roseville |
|Population ||134,073 - as of Jan. 1, 2016 |
|Growth Rate ||4.9% |
|Geographic Size ||43.05 square miles |
|Elevation ||164 feet |
|Median Household Income ||$80,658 |
|Persons per Household ||2.64 |
|Bachelor's Degree or Higher ||39% (percentage of residents age 25+) |
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|Utility Providers |
|Electric ||City of Roseville |
|Water/Wastewater/Solid Waste ||City of Roseville |
|Gas ||PG&E |
Advantage Roseville is committed to growing Roseville's economy through new business and investment, recruitment, retention and expansion. With visionary members representing a variety of industries, we'll ensure a stronger and more prosperous future for everyone. For more information, visit the Advantage Roseville website www.advantageroseville.com
If you have questions or need business assistance, please contact the Economic Development Department at (916) 774-5362.
NEW ONLINE BUSINESS PORTAL
Go-BIZ recently launched a new online business portal which provides information to business owners on starting a new business, permits and licenses, incentives, and local resources. Key features include:
- QUICK START GUIDE: contains information for starting or expanding, by business type, in the State,
- CALIFORNIA BUSINESS NAVIGATOR: provides customized information on permits, incentives, and licensing,
- SERVICE DESK: answers to commonly asked questions.
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"Balanced growth" defines the outlook for Roseville's economy in 2017, demonstrating our community’s consistent ability to draw business investment and new residents.
A balanced economy is a cycle that fuels itself. While there’s no one place where the cycle begins or ends, we do know that great schools and jobs attract new residents; that new residents spur demand for new homes; and that a strong workforce draws employers, and the cycle continues. Ensuring this environment retains its vitality is one of our top priorities as a city.
Where are millennials buying homes? Roseville.
Roseville ranks 4th nationally for places people under-35 are buying homes, according to SmartAssets.com
Downtown Roseville may get a new addition that could transform the properties along Dry Creek and in turn greatly enhance downtown revitalization.
At the November 16th Roseville City Council Meeting, the University of Warwick outlined its plans to bring a permanent graduate school to downtown Roseville. The first step would be the sale of Fire Station No. 1 at 401 Oak Street to Warwick. At the meeting, the Council approved entering into negotiations with Warwick on the sale.