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|Fitness, sportsmanship and skill development are the emphasis in this recreational flag football program for boys and girls. There will be one weekday practice throughout City parks and games on Saturday, between 12:00–8:00pm, at Mahany Park.|
The City of Roseville is now accepting applications from citizens, 18 years of age or older and residing within the City limits of Roseville, interested in serving on the Public Utilities Commission. Friday, August 21, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline for submitting applications to the City Clerk’s Office. Applications and information on the vacancy may be obtained from the City Clerk’s office at 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, by visiting http://www.roseville.ca.us/commissions or by calling 774-5266.
|Have fun learning about local history and native culture by joining our team of docent volunteers. After training, volunteer docents lead tours of the Maidu Museum & Historic Site. Fall 2015 Training starts September 8.|
|All three library locations, the Maidu Museum & Historic Site and the Roseville Utility Exploration Center are closed on Friday, August 14 for staff training. Regular hours resume Saturday, August 15.|
Online resources like eBooks, renewals, and research tools will be available during the closure.
|Every day, the city of Roseville’s wastewater treatment plants capture, treat and convert millions of gallons of wastewater into recycled water. |
Our recycled water program, which started in the 1990s with a single commercial customer, has since grown to become an important source of water, particularly during the unrelenting drought.
|Roseville will be rehabilitating Washington Boulevard from Oak Street to Elefa Street to improve the quality of the roadway. Streets will be open to vehicle traffic. However, there will be temporary lane closures while work is underway, which may result in traffic delays. Construction is scheduled July through September.|
|In the near future, the Roseville Police Department plans to ask City Council to approve an update to the existing ordinance that regulates burglary, robbery and panic alarm systems. Since 1999, the City has required that both residential and commercial alarm holders obtain permits from the police department. The ordinance also allows the police department to fine alarm holders for police responses for false alarms. The purpose is to help residents and businesses have effective, well managed alarm systems, and to reduce the number of times police officers respond to false alarms. Read on for more information about the proposed update.|
|Renewable energy is a hot topic these days, particularly energy derived from solar. With this industry developing so rapidly and the increase of information, many people are confused about what is realistically obtainable and what their options are with putting a solar installation on their home or business.|
|The City of Roseville is proposing to replace the Oak Ridge Drive Bridge over Linda Creek and reconstruct Oak Ridge Drive, the bicycle pathway, and the floodwalls to conform to the new bridge. |
The 30-day public review and comment period runs from July 20, 2015 to August 18, 2015.
|Big Trucks Summer moves over to the Maidu Community Center on Thursday, August 6 with a visit from a garbage truck! Come out to this free program for story time at 9:30am, followed by truck visits from 10-11am. Come out again on August 13 to wrap up the summer with a pipe scope truck. No registration needed for these free events!|
|The Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment for Capitol Corridor Joint Power Authority's proposed Third Track Project was released for a 50-day public review period. Comments and suggestions will be invited from all interested parties through 5 p.m. September 10. Learn more by attending a public meeting or participating in a convenient online meeting that will be available 24 hours a day. Or, attend a meeting in-person on Tuesday, September 1 at 6 p.m. in the Roseville Council Chambers.|
|Water use reduction numbers for June are in and Roseville customers continue to their part by saving 39.12 over 2013 numbers.|
|July 8, 2015---City Manager Ray Kerridge announced his retirement today, effective December 31, 2015. “I had been contemplating retirement for some time, but my recent car accident and the uncertainty over how long my rehabilitation will take have accelerated this decision. Consequently, I want to give the Council as much notice as possible of this impending transition,” he said.|
Assistant City Manager Rob Jensen has been serving as Acting City Manager since the car accident last month, and Jensen will continue serving in that role.
|Trees offer many benefits to people and wildlife, and are an investment one generation makes for the next. Lawn can turn golden and eventually recover. Trees, however, can be lost forever. Customers should prioritize their landscape, saving limited supplies for watering high-value trees and plants first.|
|Want an inside look at how your local law enforcement agency operates? The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications from Roseville community members for our bi-annual Citizen's Police Awareness Academy. The next session will be held Monday through Thursday September 14 - 17 & 21 - 24, 2015 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Roseville Police Department.|
|The news is filled with stories about the drought and new requirements to reduce water use, but what it means on a personal level is not always clear. So here’s the short story on what the new drought ordinance requires of each Roseville household.|
|Congratulations to the inaugural class of Tech Teens! Chris Hardy from the City of Roseville's IT-Public Safety group partnered with the Roseville Police Activities League and led ten technology students from Roseville High School through a six-session after-school course on public safety technology applications, project management and leadership.|
|An update about water use in our parks and providing recycled water for construction uses were highlights from the May 20th City Council meeting. |
Recycled water is non-potable water treated by our waste water treatment plant to state health standards that can be used for irrigation and other purposes without impacting our drinking water supply.
The City of Roseville announced additional water-use restrictions for Roseville water customers in light of Governor Brown’s Executive Order and the May 6 State Water Resources Control Board’s drought emergency action requiring increased statewide water-use reductions.
To meet the 25 percent statewide water reduction goal, City of Roseville customers are required to reduce water consumption by 28 percent over 2013, an 8 percent decrease from last year. This will require the implementation of more stringent drought provisions.
For residential customers, the most noticeable change includes watering day restrictions for outdoor irrigation. Watering days for residential turf will be limited to two days per week, Monday and Friday only, before 10 a.m. and after 8 p.m. Commercial customers will have watering days limited to Monday and Thursday.