City of Roseville Environmental Utilities is proposing utility rate increases for water, wastewater and solid waste services. The rate increases will help maintain financial resiliency, offset infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation costs, and comply with current and future unfunded mandates—all of which ensures high levels of customer service and reliable utility services.
Placer County's next medication take-back day will be Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinets and safely dispose of expired and unneeded prescription, over-the-counter and veterinary medications. There will be eleven drop-off locations in Placer County. Locations in the Roseville area include the Maidu Community Center, Granite Bay High School, Roseville High School and Sun City Roseville.
Did you know that the city of Roseville has drop-off locations for recycling of certain materials. These locations were established so that you have alternatives to recycle in addition to simply placing it in your trash and recycling bin.
Enjoy free family fun at the 10th Annual Celebrate the Earth Festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 22at Mahany Park, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd. The Festival features live entertainment including Wild Things animal shows and live music, local green vendors, food trucks, free face painting and activities for the entire family.
It's that simple: mulch saves water. Roseville water customers interested in receiving FREE mulch can swing by the Placer County Fairgrounds on May 20 from 9 a.m. to noon. This is one of many ways you can be as water efficient in your garden.
When Environmental Utilities embarks on a rate setting process, staff factors in a number of considerations to ensure that regulatory and legal requirements are met, debt obligations are covered, there are adequate reserves to meet financial requirements and cover unforeseen operating expenses. Staff balances all factors, including consideration of cost impacts to customers.