Woodcreek Oaks Widening Project: Environmental report now available

The Environmental Report (Mitigated Negative Declaration) for the Woodcreek Oaks Widening Project is now available for public review and comment, October 21 through November 21, 2016.

Flashing yellow arrows: a more effective left turn signal

News ImageHave you ever waited at a red light to turn left when there were no cars coming and it was clear to go? This can be frustrating as well as cost you time and fuel. The solution is a type of traffic signal with a flashing yellow left-turn arrow.

Roseville City Council affirms goals for Fiscal Year 2017-18

News ImageAt its annual Goals Workshop on October 11, the Roseville City Council confirmed continuing the City's focus in Fiscal Year 2017-18 on the eight goals in place, and added a ninth goal to enhance core neighborhoods.

The Council Goals for FY2017-18 are:

  • Public Safety
  • Fiscal Soundness
  • Economic Development
  • Sound and Stable Utilities
  • A Great Downtown
  • Infrastructure
  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Civic Engagement
  • Core Neighborhoods


Open House: Creating an Ecosystem of Entrepreneurship

The National Main Street Center (NMSC), US Bank, and Placer County Economic Development Board would like to invite you to an Open House for the Sacramento Region focusing on tips, tools, and resources to help create ecosystems of entrepreneurship in our respective downtowns.

The event will be from 8 - 10 a.m., Friday, October 28th at the Tower Theater, 417 Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville.

Spray Ground Closed

News ImageThe Vernon Street Town Square spray ground closed for the season following Columbus Day. The spray ground reopens on weekends the first full weekend in May and opens daily beginning Memorial Day.

Wastewater utility receives national recognition

News ImageRoseville’s Wastewater Utility has been recognized as a “Utility of the Future Today” by the Utility of the Future Recognition Program. The program celebrates the progress and exceptional performance of the nation’s wastewater utilities.

City seeks youth commissioners

News ImageThe City of Roseville is currently recruiting high school students interested in serving as a youth representative on the City’s Library Board, Parks & Recreation Commission, Roseville Grants Advisory Commission, or the Transportation Commission.

Video: And that's why I love Roseville

News ImageParks, safe neighborhoods, shopping, schools, downtown.... Why do you love Roseville? Watch what others say about our city.

State of the City 2016

News ImageIf you missed the 2016 State of the City Speech by Mayor Carol Garcia and City Manager Rob Jensen, you can view it or read the text of the speech here.

Notice of Intent to adopt a mitigated negative declaration for the Routine Maintenance of Stream Channels and Drainage Facilities Project – City of Roseville

Public Notice is hereby given that an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) (environmental report) is available for public review for the Routine Maintenance of Stream Channels and Drainage Facilities Project – City of Roseville.

Roseville named 9th best place to raise a family in California

News ImageRoseville was named 2016’s 9th Best Place to Raise a Family in California in a recent study from personal finance outlet Roseville ranked first in playgrounds per capita and third in housing affordability.

Free medication take back day October 22

News ImageIf you've got old or unwanted medications, start gathering them for our Take Back Day on October 22. Dropping them off is a better, safe alternative.

Bear Dog Park Closure

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Bear Dog Park located at 1575 Pleasant Grove Blvd. will be closed for over-seeding and maintenance October 04, 2016 thru November 04, 2016.

The park will be watered frequently using reclaimed water to allow the seeding to take effect.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Park Operations
916 774 5748


You provide the labor, we'll provide the paint

News ImageThe “Beautifying My Neighborhood” Paint Program provides free exterior paint to eligible Roseville residents. Help beautify your neighborhood by putting a fresh coat of paint on your house!

Roseville's Urban Forest

News ImageWe’ve received questions about the removal of three large native oak trees near the corner of Baseline Road and Foothills Boulevard.

In June, one tree was legally removed by the developer of a residential subdivision being built on this corner. Further inspections by certified arborists and the city’s Urban Forester determined the other two trees were structurally compromised and a potential safety hazard.

The city’s goal is to limit impact to our native tree population while also recognizing the rights to develop private property.