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|In an effort to keep our kids and water drug-free, a free medication take-back event will take place at 11 locations throughout western Placer County on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.|
|Union Pacific, in coordination with the Roseville Fire Department, will be testing the Emergency Notification System at the J.R. Davis Yard on Monday, October 2. Residents that are in the vicinity of the railyard may hear the emergency notification broadcast testing which will happen at 12 p.m. (noon). |
|As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) prioritized discretionary services provided by Roseville Public Works. Discretionary services are those not mandated by law or tied to customer revenue, grant funding, designated fees, or other sources that can only be used on certain expenditures.|
|Episode 4 of our new city podcast Roseville Connections, with Roseville Police Chief Jim Maccoun, is now available. |
In the podcast, Chief Maccoun discusses the many ways the Roseville Police Department keeps us safe, the advantages of proactive policing and the discretionary services the Police Department provides.
You can subscribe to our podcast series on iTunes, SoundCloud and Google Play.
|Bring your bike and helmet to Bikefest, 9 a.m. - noon, Saturday, September 23 at Mahany Park. Roseville's 24th annual family-friendly bicycle safety event features fun obstacle courses, riding demonstrations, helmet fittings, bicycle safety inspections, special appearances by public safety personnel, entertainment, and grand prize drawings for bicycles!|
|In an effort to streamline the city's permitting processes, we are in the process of implementing two new services for our residents and business partners – Online Application Submittals and the highly requested Electronic Plan Review process. |
|The City of Roseville invites you to join its new FlashVote community. It's free, fast and fun. Civic participation has never been easier and we'd love your help.|
|Episode 3 of our new city podcast Roseville Connections, with Roseville Public Works Director Rhon Herndon, is now available. |
In the podcast, Herndon discusses the services provided by Roseville Public Works, how those services are paid for and what services are truly discretionary.
If you missed the latest Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) meeting, you can watch every meeting here.The volunteer Community Priorities Advisory Committee was appointed by the Roseville City Council to bring together Roseville residents and businesses to assess specific general fund City services and programs, and provide policy level recommendations to prioritize what we value as a community.
|July 26, 2017—Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen announced today the appointment of Jim Maccoun as the city’s next police chief. Maccoun, who has served as Roseville’s assistant police chief since 2014, will assume leadership of the Roseville Police Department in mid-August. He succeeds Daniel Hahn, who is leaving Roseville around that time to become the next chief of police for the City of Sacramento.|
|Episode 2 of our new city podcast Roseville Connections, with Roseville's Chief Financial Officer Jay Panzica, is now available. |
In the podcast, Panzica discusses the city's budget challenges in the years ahead, the circumstances behind the situation, the impact of the changing economy to Roseville's revenue and possible solutions.
|Free admission, guided tours (10am and 1pm), and a day full of children’s activities at Maidu Museum & Historic Site as part of the 13th Annual Smithsonian Museum Day Live event on Saturday, September 23, 9am-4pm.|
|Pedestrian curb ramps at several locations around Roseville will be upgraded beginning in August to increase accessibility and meet current federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations.|
|You have a new way to learn about what is happening with your city. |
We are beginning City of Roseville Connections, a podcast series offering insights about trends, policies, and other factors affecting the operations and services the City of Roseville provides to the community.
In the first edition, Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen discusses the pressures on revenues and expenses of the City's half-billion dollar budget, what the City has done to address these challenges and what lies ahead.
|Recently Roseville Police officers began carrying naloxone, a life-saving drug for people suffering from an overdose of opioid drugs. The Roseville Police Department received the naloxone kits through a partnership with the Placer Nevada County Medical Society as part of a $50,000 grant from the California Health Care Foundation. |
|Maidu Museum & Historic Site, Roseville Utility Exploration Center and all three Roseville Public Library locations begin new hours on July 1, 2017.|
|June 28, 2017 - From City Manager Rob Jensen: Today you will be hearing in news reports that the City of Sacramento has made a conditional offer to our Police Chief Daniel Hahn, to be its next police chief. The official announcement will come following the completion of a background check that is mandatory for law enforcement personnel. This could take up to four weeks to finalize. |
I want to take this opportunity to thank Chief Hahn for the outstanding leadership he has provided in the six years he has served our city. During his tenure and with fantastic team work of the Roseville PD, our crime rates for violent and property crimes hit a 20-year low, and Roseville was named 21st safest city in the nation.
|Updated 9/5/17: Construction is underway through October 2017 to widen Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard into the median, from Horncastle Avenue to just north of Pleasant Grove Boulevard. |
|According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), an invasive insect known as the Asian Citrus Psyllid has been found in Roseville. Asian Citrus Psyllid, or ACP is a serious pest of citrus because it vectors a bacteria that is 100% fatal to citrus trees. |
As a result of this detection, CDFA is placing a significant portion of the City of Roseville, as well as portions of Rocklin, Lincoln, North Highlands, Citrus Heights, and unincorporated Placer County under quarantine.
|The Roseville City Council approved the City's operating budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 at its June 22, 2017 meeting. The $507 million citywide budget includes the City’s General Fund departments, Roseville Electric Utility, Water Utility, Wastewater Utility and Solid Waste Utility. |
The General Fund portion is $137 million. The General Fund, which receives approximately 60 percent of its revenue from a portion of sales and property taxes collected in the city, funds services including public safety, public works, parks, recreation, and libraries.