Street Naming and Numerical Addressing
A central component of the City of Roseville's Geographic Information System (GIS) is a comprehensive street naming and addressing system. Accurate and consistent address data are vital for all operations of the City such as Fire, Police and utilities, as well as many other users including the Post Office and ambulance services. The City has adopted Addressing Guidelines that describe the standards and processes to be applied for street name identification and the numerical addressing of all parcels and buildings within the City.
Approved street names are required to be included on the first submittal of all Final Subdivision Maps. Developers must use this Street Name Application to submit new street names for approval by the City.
The City maintains a current list of all street names used in Roseville and Placer County. This list also includes street names that have previously been rejected. City staff compare new street name requests to this list, checking for spelling and phonetic similarities that could result in confusion and delay for critical emergency operations. The City reserves the right to approve or reject street names based on fire and life safety concerns.
The lists below contain addresses for recently built subdivisions: