Help plan the future of Parks, Recreation & Libraries

Updated September 14, 2021
Children on playground
The future of Roseville Parks, Recreation & Libraries (PRL) starts with you! Join us at a virtual community meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 28 to tell us what park amenities, library services, event, programs, recreation facilities and museum services that you want to see. Your input will be used to help us develop a strategic master plan for PRL that will serve as a roadmap of where we are heading and how to best serve the community for the next 10 to 15 years.
library visitor
Some of the goals of this process are:
  • Identifying gaps and needs for PRL services/amenities
  • Outlining recreation and library programming trends for the future
  • Reviewing access to current parks/facilities as well as future needs
  • Determining “standards of service” for programs and facilities
  • Developing a sports tourism plan
  • Shaping financial sustainability

Your involvement is mission critical
In order to make this plan truly reflective of the community today, and the community we want to become, we need your input. In the coming months, you will have the opportunity to provide feedback through a combination of surveys and public meetings (both in person and virtually). We hope to be overwhelmed with information so that we can develop the best plan possible, and a plan reflective of our customers.

How we will achieve success with outside resources
PRL is partnering with PROS Consulting, Inc., a nationally recognized parks and recreation planning firm, to develop the plan. PROS is also employing several consultants to provide support on specific portions of the plan, including conducting public opinion polling and inventory/mapping of parks and facilities. PROS has also engaged JK Sweeney and Associates to focus on the library portion of the plan.

Your priorities are our priorities
While we have a great team in place, your involvement is essential. Your perspective will help us prioritize our reinvestment efforts, what new programs to offer, where are our gaps/needs and what level of service to provide in parks, open spaces, programs and facilities. 
Future PRL graphic

Join us at a virtual public meeting on 6:30pm on Tuesday, September 28. RSVP here to get a link to the virtual meeting