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Community meetings planned for proposed water rate restructure, increase

The City of Roseville Environmental Utilities is holding two community meetings in October to update customers on proposed changes to the water utility rate structure and proposed rate increase.

We invite customers to hold the date for one of the community meetings planned for late October as staff finalizes the proposed changes.

Beginning in early October, staff will distribute detailed information about the proposed changes by:

  • Providing direct notice to Roseville water customers outlining specific proposed rate increases and changes to the water utility rate structure
  • Posting information to the city's webpage and social media channels, as well as providing information in e-newsletters
  • Distributing information and meeting with key community and stakeholder groups

Community meetings and next steps

Those interested in learning more are encouraged to attend a community meeting. The proposed rate changes will be presented at the Public Utilities Commission meeting on October 27, and at a public hearing at the City Council meeting on December 2.

October 20

Martha Riley Library

1501 Pleasant Grove Boulevard

4:30 p.m.

October 22

Maidu Community Center

1550 Maidu Drive

6 p.m.

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