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We want to hear from you! A survey has been created regarding the fitness programs and facilities through Roseville Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department. Please complete the survey via the web or visit one of our front counters for a paper copy to complete. Your feedback is valuable to make our programs and facilities successful. Surveys will be available during the month of May.


Did you know...
On average, a one-hour group cycling class will burn up to 594 calories for a 150 lb person! Join us for a great workout at the Roseville Sports Center at our next cycle class.

Aqua Zumba gives a great workout!  Class can burn between 300 and 450 calories per hour, depending on your weight, size and fitness level. Check out the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool for our next Aqua Zumba class.


Indoor Pool Closed for Maintenance Sept. 2-7
The Mike Shellito Indoor Pool is closed Tuesday, Sept. 2 - Sunday, Sept. 7 for floor repairs. The Indoor Pool reopens for regular business hours beginning at 5:30am on Monday, Sept. 8.

News ImageParks, Recreation & Libraries Labor Day Hours
In honor of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 1, Parks & Recreation Admin Offices, Roseville Public Library, Adventure Club locations, Maidu Community Center and Maidu Museum & Historic Site are closed. The Roseville Sports Center, Mike Shellito Indoor Pool and Roseville Aquatics Complex are open modified hours.
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News ImageFall Recreation Guide Available Now
Find the perfect fall activities and events for you and your family in the latest Recreation Guide. Check out the variety of classes from fitness to safety training to arts and much more. Plus lots of great events including family-friendly options like the I (Heart) Reading Festival and Family Fest to things just for adults including Wednesdays On Tap and Oktoberfest. Download the guide today.

Parks Doing Our Part During Drought
In 2007 the State of California's mandated reducing water usage by 20% before the year 2020. We have already met that goal. Now with the City's declaration of Drought Stage 2, which requires 20% reduction for households and a 30% reduction in irrigation for businesses, we continue to look for ways to be more efficient with our water resources in addition to the reductions that have already been achieved.
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