Awards & Recognition


2016 MISAC Excellence Award

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The IT Department is happy to announce we have received MISAC’s (Municipal Information Systems Association of California) Excellence in IT Practices Award.


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2015 IT Awards

News ImageThe City of Roseville is pleased to announce receipt of two awards: one from Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC), and the other granted by the Center for Digital Government (CDG). These awards are yet another reflection of all the hard work and dedication from your Information Technology Department.
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2014 IT Awards

The City of Roseville is pleased to announce receipt of two awards from Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC). These awards are yet another reflection of all the hard work and dedication from your peers.
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2013 IT Awards

The City of Roseville has been ranked 3rd place nationwide by the 2013 Digital Cities Survey published by the Center for Digital Government (CDG) as one of the most technology-progressive, innovative, and smarter cities for its size in the United States. The City of Roseville has been consistently ranked as one of the top 5 cities in the past three years; this reflects well on the City Council’s vision and the implementation of our innovative technology programs.
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2012 IT Awards

The City of Roseville Information Technology (IT) Department is pleased to announce receipt of two awards from Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC).
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2011 IT Awards

The City of Roseville was recently awarded first place in the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities 2011 Digital Cities Survey, in the population category of 75,000-124,999. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents and businesses.
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2010 IT Awards

The City of Roseville was recently awarded 4th place in the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities 10th annual Digital Cities Survey, in the population category of 75,000-124,999. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents and businesses.


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