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How and where do I register to vote?
In order to participate in your local electoral process, you must be a registered voter in the City of Roseville. 

Voter registration forms can be obtained at the City Clerk Department at 311 Vernon St. Roseville, CA 95747, or by calling the City Clerk Department to have a form mailed to you.

For your convenience, a PDF version of the of the voter registration form is available at www.ss.ca.gov/elections/nvra_ca.pdf.

Additionally, you may contact the Placer County Elections office at (530) 886-5650.  To read more information, you may also go to the Placer County website at www.placerelections.com

How do I get a copy of a city document?
Fill out the Information - Records Request form.
How do I get a passport?
For the latest Passport information, view the Passports webpage.

How do I get a copy of the city budget?
Click on the link below for information regarding the City of Roseville's budget.
I need a copy of a birth, death, and marriage certificates/divorce decrees.
Vital records (birth, death, and marriage certificates) are generally held by the county where the event took place.  Please see the links below to assist you with your search for these types of documents.

Placer County:
Birth & Death Certificates
Marriage Certificate

Sacramento County:
Birth, Death, and Marriage Certificate 



If you do not know the county where the event occurred visit the State of California Office of Vital Records.

Certified copies of actual divorce decrees are only available from the Superio Court in the county where the divorce was filed.  The State Office of Vital Records can issue a Certificate of Record - and only for divorces that occurred between 1962 - and June 1984.  A Certificate of Records includes the names of the parties to the divorce, the county where the divorce was filed, and the court case number.  A Certificate of Record is not a certified copy and does not indicate if the divorce was finalized.  Visit the State of California Vital Statistics Web Page for additional information on divorce records.
What is a passport card, and how do I get it?
Passport cards are also available.  They require the same processing as a passport, but are only valid for travel by land and sea.  They cannot be used to fly at all.  The cost for a passport card is $30.00 for an adult and $15.00 for a child.  There is a separate $25.00 processing fee to the City of Roseville. The application and processing times are the same as for a regular passport.  You can also expedite a passport card for an additional fee. 
When are the next elections?
First Tuesday in November, 2014 - November 4, 2014
Who are my representatives?

This information can be found on our representatives page

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