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As we prepared for the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, all General Fund departments (Parks, Recreation & Libraries, Police, Fire, Public Works, and Development Services) were asked to develop a net zero budget. The challenge of a flat budget is that we need to reduce services to absorb increasing costs and unfunded mandates. In addition to developing a flat budget, General Fund departments were also asked to make recommendations to help close the $2 million projected budget gap. Throughout the budget process, we examined many scenarios with the goal of balancing fiscal soundness and minimizing impacts to customers.
|We have some sad news to pass along. Former Roseville Councilmember and long standing library advocate Martha Riley passed away peacefully Sunday evening at the age of 82, surrounded by her children.|
|Bring your tabletop and classic board games and crush your friends!|
|Have you or a loved one ever served in the United States Military? Are you aware of all of your benefits? |
Now open at the Downtown Library is the Veterans Resource Center where a trained volunteer can connect you with resources available to you or your family. Free to any veteran or family of a veteran.
|With the pending changes to library hours, we have adjusted programs that were previously scheduled on Fridays this summer.|
|The judges have spoken!|
Many talented students from grades 1 - 12 submitted their poems to the 29th Annual Youth Poetry Contest during the month of April. They showed a great amount of creativity in their work.
|With a focus on maintaining fiscal soundness, the City Council held a budget workshop April 17 to discuss options to close a projected $2 million gap in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 General Fund budget. |
|Collaborate and create simple games, puzzles, animations and stories! An introduction to coding using visual programming through Code.org and Tynker. Intended for youth with no previous coding experience.|
|Purchase suggestions are a great way to let us know what you would like us to buy for the library. Many of you enjoy this, and we welcome your continued use of this service. However, we are making a slight change. When the item you’ve suggested is selected for addition to the collection, we will no longer automatically place a hold on it for you. We will send you an email indicating if it’s being added, along with instructions for placing the hold. We hope it’s not too much of an inconvenience. Please let us know if we can help.|
|Meet other teens in Roseville, and make a positive impact in your community. Develop professional skills and work habits. In addition to volunteering, VolunTeens are members of the Teen Library Council. |
Summer Recruitment has officially closed as of May 23rd 2017. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please use the simple form below to submit your contact information.
VolunTeen Interest Form
The VolunTeen Coordinator will contact you within 72 hours with more information.
|Looking for that next great book for you, your teen or child? Want to know how to download eBooks from the library to your Kindle, Nook, or other eReader? Have legal questions that you want some help on?|
Find answers to your questions on the Roseville Libraries subjects guide page, available at http://rosevillepl.libguides.com/. Our librarians work hard to pull the best resources online and in-library together to help answer your questions.
|Roseville Libraries have a great source of legal information, available free with your Roseville Public Library card. The Legal Information Reference Center provides over 220 full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. A majority of the books are from Nolo, a well-known source of consumer and small business legal information. This resource is available 24/7 any where you have an Internet connection.|
|The Roseville Public Library has joined neighboring libraries to bring you "Library to Go" an online resource that has downloadable e-books and audio books compatible with most computers, listening devices and e-readers. Visit Library to Go to look at the great selection of titles available and be sure to check out the Help section for an overview of how the program works.|
|Get all the latest news from the Roseville Libraries by signing up for the online newsletter! Just visit http://www.roseville.ca.us/enotify and enter your name and email address, and sign up for this and other great city newsletters. |
|Sit under the stars, roast marshmallows and listen to native stories around the campfire. 3rd Fridays from 7:00pm-8:30pm.|
|Is English your second language? We want to welcome you to the Conversation Club. This is a great place to practice your English, discuss a variety of topics, and learn about other cultures in a comfortable and safe setting. No registration necessary. For ages 16+|
Monday • 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday • 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
|Call the library at any time to...|
- renew your books
- find out due dates
- check on your holds
Try this new automated phone service giving you
24/7 access to your library account.
Just call 774-5221, press option 3, and
have your library card number handy!
Parking in Downtown Roseville is impacted by various roadway and construction projects. These projects may impact parking at the Civic Center, Firestation #1, Downtown Library and downtown businesses. Downtown visitors are encouraged to park in the free parking garage which is closely located to many downtown locations.
Where to Park - Free Parking Downtown
|Who says you can't have a pool party any time of year? Mike Shellito Indoor Pool offers great pool parties year round! Whether you are celebrating a birthday, the end of your sports season, or another special event a dip in the pool is always tons of fun.|
Pool party information
|Get free access to more than 180,000 books, DVDs, eBooks, and Audiobooks. Looking for information on health, business, genealogy? We have free access to magazines, newspapers and more online. Find out how to get your library card.|