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City Council Seeks Commissioners
The Roseville City Council is now accepting applications from citizens, 18 years of age or older and residing within the City limits of Roseville, interested in serving on various City boards and commissions. (This does not include the Community Priorities Advisory Committee. Applications for this committee can be found here.)

10th annual Celebrate the Earth Festival attracts thousands
Thousands of residents swarmed over Mahany Park for the 10th annual Celebrate the Earth Festival on April 22. Visitors were treated to exciting displays that included everything from snapping turtles to couch-eating trucks!

Approximately 5,000 visitors attended the festival. That is the attendance as in past years.

City Council wants community input to help stabilize General Fund budget in coming years: Committee applications accepted until May 19
At its April 19 meeting, the Roseville City Council approved an effort called “Engage Roseville: A Community Conversation about Priorities.”

Extending through Spring 2018, the effort will involve residents, businesses, and others who have a stake in Roseville’s quality of life, in prioritizing city services and looking at options to match services levels with revenues. A key component will be the volunteer Community Priorities Advisory Committee.

Applications to serve on the committee are being accepted through May 19, 2017.

Roseville City Council adopts resolution in support of Sutter Health's effort to end homelessness
Under a resolution adopted by the City Council, Roseville is voicing its support for Sutter Health's Getting to Zero campaign, a regional effort to end chronic homelessness by aligning programs and resources around a low-or-no barrier approach to housing individuals experiencing homelessness.

In December 2016, the city received a $250,000 matching grant through Getting to Zero to support its Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program, a new program the City is excited to introduce this year through former housing redevelopment funding.


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