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Proposed rate increases for water, wastewater and solid waste services
News ImageCity of Roseville Environmental Utilities is proposing utility rate increases for water, wastewater and solid waste services. The rate increases will help maintain financial resiliency, offset infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation costs, and comply with current and future unfunded mandates—all of which ensures high levels of customer service and reliable utility services. Customers can attend a public meeting in March to learn more.

City Manager Rob Jensen: City proactive in controlling labor costs
What does it take to deliver an excellent quality of life in a community? Good policies and great people.

Both have proven instrumental to Roseville’s ranking as one of the best places in the nation across a range of categories, including for safety, health, young families, entrepreneurs, and even being playful.

While our staff is passionate about delivering high-quality services that make Roseville the great community it is, the cost to provide services continues to escalate. As with any service provider, our highest cost is labor. Given this reality, I’m particularly thankful that the City’s labor groups and employees have been an integral part of the solution to managing labor costs. The changes we’ve made together still allow the City of Roseville to attract and retain competent, dedicated people to serve our community.

City Seeks Commissioners
News ImageThe 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 Senior Commission or the Transportation Commission.

Telephone scam uses fake utility billing security breach

At least one Roseville resident received a scam telephone call with an automated message, telling her that her credit card had been compromised, and asking her to “press 1 for more information.” The caller ID indicated that the call came from the City of Roseville.

She “smelled a rat”, hung up and reported the scam call to the City. Had she followed the instructions on the call, it’s likely she would have been asked to provide her credit card information to a scammer.

Roseville’s utility billing services have not experienced any security breach.



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