Bonnie GoreMayor Bonnie Gore

Mayor
Term Expires: 2020
Phone: 916-773-3632| Email

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Vice Mayor Bonnie Gore was elected to the City Council in November 2012. She won reelection in 2016 and will serve as Vice Mayor until 2018 when she becomes Mayor.

Prior to serving on the council, she was appointed to the Roseville Transportation Commission, the Grants Advisory Commission, the Centennial Committee, and the Roseville Sustainability Committee.

With over 15 years of local public policy and business experience, Bonnie is a member of the Roseville business community, where she manages government and community relations for a local Roseville healthcare and hospital system. She previously served as a District Representative for a local State Senator.

Her roots go deep in the Roseville community, and through the past decade, Bonnie has managed numerous projects which required forging effective working partnerships with community and business organizations, schools, and local government officials throughout the Greater Sacramento Region.

Bonnie graduated from the Roseville Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Roseville program, and now serves as the chair of its steering committee. In 2010, Bonnie received the Chamber’s prestigious “Athena Award” which honors women in South Placer County who make significant, positive impacts in the community.

Bonnie also volunteers her time with Big Brothers Big Sisters and was the founding chair of the Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center. Additionally, she is a Trustee for William Jessup University.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Santa Clara University, and Roseville has been her home for nearly two decades. She and her husband, Rob, have a 16-year-old son, Jacob.

Current Council Assignments

  • City County Border Committee
  • City Selection Committee
  • Placer Co. Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee
  • Electric Utility Risk Oversight
  • Law & Regulation Committee
  • South Placer Wastewater Joint Powers Authority
  • Union Pacific/City of Roseville Committee
  • Placer County Air Pollution Control District
  • Roseville Police Athletic League
  • Successor Agency/Former Redevelopment Agency Oversight Board
  • League of California Cities
  • Northern California Power Agency
  • Placer County Remote Access Network Advisory Board (alternate)
  • Naming of Facilities/Park Naming Subcommittee (alternate)



   


Krista BernasconiVice Mayor Krista Bernasconi

Vice Mayor
Term Expires: 2022
Phone: 916-223-1060| Email

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Krista Bernasconi was elected to a four-year term on the Roseville City Council in November 2018. Krista will serve as vice mayor through 2020 and will serve as mayor from 2020-2022.

Krista owns a public relations firm in downtown Roseville and has spent a much of her career developing and executing public affairs plans for clients in the private sector.

Krista is a Roseville native and a veteran of the United States Navy. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Sacramento State. Her work led to being named as Sacramento region’s “40 Under 40,” and she is a recipient of the Athena Award and Sacramento State’s Distinguished Service Award, both presented for demonstrating professional excellence, community service and leadership skills.

Krista’s involvement in the community has been extensive. She is a Roseville Area Chamber Leadership graduate and former chamber board member. Krista served as a planning commissioner for the City of Roseville for 8 years and was elected to serve on the Roseville City School District Board of Education for 8 years. She is a founding board member of IGNITE Young Professionals in Roseville and the Roseville City School District Foundation.

Krista has served on numerous non-profit boards and enjoys making a positive difference for our city.  Outside of work and council duties, Krista enjoys running and being outdoors with her family.


John AllardJohn Allard

Council Member
Term Expires: 2020
Phone: 916-783-2958| Email

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In June 2005, John and his wife, Lisa, purchased Molly Maid of Placer County, a house cleaning business servicing south Placer and north Sacramento Counties. Since taking over Molly Maid, they have grown the business by over 600%, creating numerous new jobs and providing a much-needed service to thousands of local residents.

John and Lisa bought their first house in Roseville in 1987, and have been extremely active and involved in south Placer County since then.

John served on the Roseville Planning Commission from February 2001 to October 2003. He was appointed to the Roseville City Council in October 2003, and elected to four-year terms in November 2004 and November 2008, before terming out of office in December 2012. He was elected to Council again in November 2016.

John’s focus on City Council has been creating a safe, healthy and prosperous community, building the best possible local/regional transportation system, streamlining and reducing the costs of government, enhancing community services, promoting economic vitality, preserving environmental assets and revitalizing the older parts of Roseville.

John served as Regional Vice President for the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California (2000-2005); Vice President of Grassroots and Political Activity for the California Hospital Association (1999-2000); Deputy Director for Public Affairs, Public Education and Legislation for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (1997-1999); and Chief of Staff for Assemblyman and Senator Tim Leslie (1986-1997).

Among his many Council duties are founder and chair of the Placer County Wine Industry Task Force; chair and member of the Placer County Economic Development, South Placer Wastewater Authority and Western Placer Waste Management Authority Boards of Directors and the Roseville Higher Education Task Force and Downtown Revitalization Committee; member of the Highway 65 Interchanges Joint Powers Authority, Placer County Air Pollution Control District, Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and Sacramento Area Council of Governments Boards of Directors and the City of Roseville/Union Pacific Advisory Committee. 

He also founded and chaired the annual South Placer County National Day of Prayer Breakfast and served on William Jessup University’s Community Relations Council.

John is a former chair of the Board of Directors of Acres of Hope and Roseville Community Health Foundation; former vice chair of Sutter Health’s Placer County Community Advisory Board; former vice president of Government Relations and member of the Board of Directors of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce; and former member of the Boards of Directors of Blue Line Arts!, The Gathering Inn, Sacramento Valley Lincoln Club and South Placer Transportation Management Association. He currently serves as a member of Sac State’s Placer County Advisory Committee.

John earned his bachelor’s degrees in political science and history from California State University, Sacramento. John and Lisa have been married for thirty years, have three grown children and reside in Roseville. They attend Bayside Church of Roseville.

Current Council Assignments

  • City County Border Committee (alternate)
  • Electric Utility Risk Oversight Committee
  • Law & Regulation Committee
  • Naming of Facilities/Park Naming Subcommittee
  • PCWA - Roseville Water Committee (alternate)
  • South Placer Wastewater Joint Powers Authority
  • Union Pacific/City of Roseville Committee
  • Highway 65 JPA (alternate)
  • Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) (alternate)
  • Placer County Flood Control and Water Conservation Board (alternate)
  • South Placer Regional Transportation Agency (alternate)
  • Sacramento Area Council of Governments (alternate)
  • League of California Cities
  • Northern California Power Agency
  • Western Placer Waste Management Authority
  • Successor Agency / Former Redevelopment Agency Oversight Board

 



Scott AlvordScott Alvord

Council Member
Term Expires: 2020
Phone: 916-784-0240| Email

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Scott earned an MBA-MCA degree from Sacramento State University. He also has a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Pacific Union College in Angwin, CA.

Scott has been voted “Favorite Local Businessperson” and “Favorite Civic Leader” in the Style Magazine’s Readers Choice Awards. He was a 2015 and 2016 finalist in the Gallina’s Business Person of the Year award.

Scott is extremely involved in the local business community, the neighborhoods, and solving homelessness for our county’s homeless population.

In the business community, he previously served for nine years as president of the Downtown Roseville Merchants, is heavily involved in the Fellowship Chamber and other networking groups. He is a popular business speaker, trainer, coach, and author.

In the neighborhoods, he has served on the executive board of the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (RCONA), as president of the Westpark Neighborhood Association, and as president of the Pleasant Grove Neighborhood Association. He has helped start new neighborhood associations and provided information, education, and support to help them thrive.

He previously served as the only business representative on the Placer County Homeless Advisory Committee and has since helped form the Placer Rescue Mission, a 501(c)3 charity organization. The PRM is following proven national models to develop a large “housing first” project that could essentially eliminate resident homelessness in Placer County and save the county $8 million per year once it’s completed. While he has deep compassion for the growing problem of homelessness, he is excited over the economic cost savings to our region by properly solving the problem and helping restore many of these lives back into a thriving community.

Scott has been married since 1986 to his college sweetheart, is the father of 7 children (some by birth and some through adoption of relatives), and currently has 8 grandchildren. He raised his family in Roseville, started companies here, and plans to retire here.

Scott is the founder and CEO of Advanced Development Concepts, LLC. ADC is a 30-year business consulting company that helps businesses break through barriers that are holding them back, whether it be techniques to increase revenue, gain business exposure, reach target customers, or help solve problems. His company has two small subsidiaries: Advanced Programming Concepts (a software/tech company) and Advanced Publishing Concepts (an author-services company). Scott was also the original owner of an award-winning restaurant that he operated for over a decade in downtown Roseville. He sold the restaurant in February 2016.

Scott served as a Senior Examiner at the California Awards for Performance Excellence (CAPE), which is the California version of the national Malcolm Baldridge Quality Awards program. He led teams that evaluated the state’s top performing corporations, hospitals, schools, civic governments, and even military programs for prestigious awards. He believes that this unique experience provided him with a fresh perspective of looking at complex organizations and has since helped shape his business perspectives.

Scott Alvord’s volunteer service to the community has been widespread:

  • City of Roseville Parks & Recreation Commission (including Chair)
  • Executive Board, Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (RCONA)
  • President, Westpark Neighborhood Association (RCONA)
  • Roseville Youth Sports Coalition
  • Founding Board Member, Placer Rescue Mission
  • Placer County Homeless Advisory Committee
  • President, Downtown Roseville Merchants, Inc.
  • President, Fellowship Networking Group (Roseville)
  • City of Roseville Revitalization Committee
  • City of Roseville Personnel Board
  • President, Pleasant Grove Neighborhood Association (RCONA)
  • City of Roseville, Downtown Roseville Specific Plan Steering Committee
  • Roseville Chamber of Commerce CORE (C3) Committee
  • Roseville Chamber of Commerce Revitalization Committee
  • Certified ambassador and lecturer, Successful Thinkers
  • Instructor, Roseville Business Police Academy
  • Christian School Board Chair (6 years out of 11 served)

Scott is a retired gymnast and high school sports coach. He is a man of faith who enjoys teaching, writing, his family, humor, and cookie dough ice cream. He believes he is here to serve and he invites you to contact him at his home phone number if you’d like to discuss any concerns regarding our city.

​Current Council Assignments

       
  • Naming of Facilities / Park Naming Subcommittee
  • PCWA - Roseville Water Committee   
  • Highway 65 JPA
  • Placer County Air Pollution Control District (chair)
  • Placer County Economic Development Board (vice-chair)   
  • Placer County Flood Control & Water Conservation Board
  • Regional Water Authority   
  • Roseville Police Athletic League
  • Electric Utility Risk Oversight (alternate)    
  • Law & Regulation Committee (alternate)
  • South Placer Wastewater Joint Powers Authority (alternate)   
  • Economic Development Advisory Committee (alternate)

   


Pauline RoccucciPauline Roccucci

Council Member
Term Expires: 2022
Phone: 916-508-5807| Email

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Pauline was elected to a four-year term in November 2018.  She previously served as Mayor from 1989-1991 and 2010-2012, and on the City Council from 1989-1998 and 2008-2016.

Pauline is a Registered Nurse and a lifelong resident of Roseville. She has been married for 49 years to her husband Richard and has four children and six grandchildren.

In her more than 30 years of public service, Pauline has served in numerous ways including as a Roseville Planning Commissioner, Placer County Water Agency Director District 1, Northern California Power Agency Commissioner, Placer County Water and Energy Committee Chairperson, Placer County Economic Development Board, Roseville Economic Development Advisory Committee and the Roseville Revitalization Committee.

Pauline is also active volunteering her time.  She has been a member of the Flying Samaritan Medical Health Team since 1988, a Roseville Soroptimist member since 1990, and is the current president of EXCEL Roseville which provides services to underserved children.  She has also been a member of the South Placer Women’s Leadership Coalition since 2007.