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Cars & Parking
Contact the Street Maintenance Division of Public Works at (916) 774-5790. Please provide the location and damage assessment of the sign.
1. If your vehicle has simply been stored (not impounded), you may go to the storage yard and get your vehicle. You must pay all applicable towing and storage fees. If you don't know which towing company towed your vehicle, call the Roseville Police Department dispatch center at (916)774-5000 extension 1. They'll need the vehicle's license plate number or the name of the registered owner, and/or the location from where the vehicle was towed.
2. If your vehicle has been impounded, and is now eligible for release, you must obtain a vehicle release from the Roseville Police Department's Records Unit during regular business hours. There is a $98 fee for impounded vehicle releases. You must furnish proof of current registration and a valid driver's license. If you do not have a valid driver's license, bring a licensed driver with you. You can then go to the storage yard and get your vehicle. You must pay all applicable towing and storage fees.
Certain areas of Roseville have been set aside for permit-only parking. For more information, or to request a resident or merchant parking permit, call the Roseville Police Department Administration at 774-5010.
If the vehicle is abandoned within the city limits of Roseville, call the Roseville Police Department at 774-5000 extension 1. If the vehicle has been parked on the street or in a public parking lot for longer than 3 days, a police officer or community service officer will mark it for tow. Although this is popularly called the "72 hour tow ordinance", the actual process usually takes longer because of a backlog in service requests and the need to properly document the tow and notify the owner.
The process for removing an abandoned vehicle from private property is different, but still call the Roseville Police Department at 774-5000 extension 1 to start the process.
Download a Storage Hearing Request
from this website, fill it out, and fax, mail or bring it in to the Roseville Police Department, 1051 Junction Blvd. The traffic lieutenant or sergeant will review your request and call you, or make an appointment for you to come in.
If you have a general question about parking laws or why you got a parking ticket, call the Roseville Police traffic office at 774-5043. If you want to contest a parking ticket you received in Roseville, download a "Parking Citation Review Request
", fill it out per the instructions and mail it to the Roseville Police Department at 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville, CA 95678. You will be notified in writing within seven days of a decision. In the event your appeal is denied, you have 21 days from the date this decision is mailed to you to request an administrative hearing. The filing of an appeal does not suspend the time period within which you have to pay any citation.
Download a Roseville Police Department Parking Citation Review
Request and follow the instructions. Mail the completed form along with a copy of your parking ticket to the Roseville Police Department, 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville, CA 95678. You will get an answer in writing within 7 days. If your appeal is denied, you may request an administrative hearing. Remember that filing an appeal does not suspend the time period in which you have to pay any citation.
According to the California Vehicle Code, when a signalized intersection is blacked out due to a loss of power, all motorists must treat the intersection as an all-way stop. If the signal is operating, but you notice a malfunction such as a light bulb burned out or some other problem, please call the Engineering Division at (916) 746-1300 during normal business hours.
If the vandalism occurred within Roseville city limits, call the Roseville Police Department at 774-5000 extension 1.
Residential streets are swept approximately once every 30 days. Commercial streets are swept approximately every other week. You may call the Street Maintenance Division of Public Works at (916) 774-5790 to check when your street is scheduled to be swept next.
Police officers may impound vehicles for 30 days for any of the following reasons:
- The driver of the vehicle has a suspended or revoked driver's license
- The driver has never been issued a driver's license
- The driver has engaged in street racing
Officers may also have vehicles towed and stored (not impounded) if the driver has been arrested or taken to the hospital, and the vehicle cannot be released to another licensed driver or safely secured at the scene of the incident.
Less frequently, officers may impound vehicles for an indefinite period of time if they are needed as evidence for a criminal investigation or a traffic collision investigation.