Demographic Information

Find up-to-date information about demographics reported by the City, county, state, and federal governments. 

The Demographic, Development and Employment Profile is by the Office of Economic Development. This profile tracks many different statistics and demographics for the City and is based on the City's fiscal year, which runs from July 1st through June 30th.

Demographic, Development & Employment Profile 2010 (Current Issue)

Roseville at a Glance

Population: 128,382 - as of Jan. 1, 2015

Incorporation: April 10, 1909

Government Type: Charter City, operating under the council-manager form of municipal government

Location: Roseville is located 405 miles north of Los Angeles, 102 miles northeast of
San Francisco, and 16 miles north of Sacramento, the state capital

County: Placer

Area: 43.05 square miles

Elevation: 165 feet above sea level

Climate & Rainfall: Roseville is located on the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills. Because of its proximity to the foothills, Roseville has slightly different weather averages from Sacramento.

Temperature Averages (in degrees Fahrenheit)

Average High Average Low
Record High
Record Low
Average Rainfall (inches)
January 54° 39° 73° 17° 4.46"
April 72° 47° 94° 30° 1.84"
July 95° 61° 115° 50° 0.11"
October 79° 53° 102° 32° 1.32"
Source:, 2010 data