At least one Roseville resident received a scam telephone call with an automated message, telling her that her credit card had been compromised, and asking her to “press 1 for more information.” The caller ID indicated that the call came from the City of Roseville.
She “smelled a rat”, hung up and reported the scam call to the City. Had she followed the instructions on the call, it’s likely she would have been asked to provide her credit card information to a scammer.
Roseville’s utility billing services have not experienced any security breach.
Check out the Water is Life temporary exhibit and get the tools and tipsyou need to stop leaks in their tracks— all part of Fix-a-Leak Week atthe Roseville Utility Exploration Center, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.,from March 14 through 18, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Roseville’s City Council and Placer County Water Agency’s (PCWA) Board of Directors last week opted into the initial phase of the Sites Reservoir project—a proposedoff-stream, surface water facility west of the Sacramento River.
Flush and forget—that’s the approach most of us take to sewer systems. Fortunately, there’s a team of about 30 city employees in our Wastewater Collections Division that always thinks about the system.
A handful of Roseville utility customers reported receiving calls from someone claiming that they were from Roseville Utilities, and were on their way to disconnect their electricity due to a late payment. The callers demanded payment in the form of Money Pak card account numbers (cash gift cards) to keep the power on. This is a scam.
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?