By now, you’ve augmented your outdoor watering schedule to account for shorter, cooler days and possible rainfall, right? And, now you’re wondering how to continue your water saving ways indoors, right?
Your sewer system is very much like your water heater - you don't think about it much, until it stops working. Sewers are often taken for granted - out of sight, out of mind - until the out of sight part stops working. Call us first so that, together, we can figure out the next step.
Visit the Utility Exploration Center now through January 7 to explore our Home for the Holidays temporary exhibit. By following some simple tips you'll find in the exhibit, you can partner with your Roseville Utilities to make this holiday season happier and more sustainable. Tell us how you plan to green your holidays and enter to win a $100 gift card to Whole Foods.
Keeping your yard healthy, beautiful and water-wise can be a daunting task, but the City of Roseville is ready to get you going in a greener direction. Starting January 10, the Utility Exploration Center hosts a 10-week Green Gardener at Home series. Budding gardeners and experienced growers alike will learn ways to keep their landscape healthy, beautiful and efficient. Sign up today!
One of the easiest things to reduce water use is by having a watering schedule that matches the seasons. Fall is in full effect which translates into cooler, shorter days. And with a wet October -- and hopefully more rain in the coming months -- you can let Mother Nature do the watering.
Your Roseville utilities help purify millions of gallons of wastewater every day at two treatment facilities. This infrastructure ensures that when you flush the toilet, do a load of laundry or take a shower, that water is treated before it enters Roseville’s creeks. Work is underway right now on a multimillion dollar expansion project to increase the treatment capacity at the Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plant (PGWWTP).