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Keeping our City safe - April 28, 2020


April 28, 2020

Governor details stages of future stay-at-home order modifications

Today, Governor Newsom announced details on how California plans to modify the stay-at-home order in the future.

According to the Governor's office, these modifications are based on science, health and data, and will happen in 4 stages.

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California Recovery Roadmap Survey

The State is building a roadmap for modifying the statewide stay at home order while maintaining community health. Californians are invited to give input on the best way to reopen different sectors of our economy.

Provide your input, take the survey here


City Council urges degree of autonomy to reopen our economy in phases based on health data and safety practices

During a public-health crisis, each County’s health officer is the person with the authority to make decisions about the health and safety measures that must be in place throughout the county.

Contrary to what many residents believe, this authority does not exist at the city level. Cities do not have public-health experts on staff.

In light of this authority and because the Placer County Health Officer’s orders have been so effective in slowing the spread of the virus, the City of Roseville has requested that Placer County

  1. Appeal to the governor to allow a degree of responsible autonomy at the county level. Counties should be given latitude to determine reopening timelines after meeting certain criteria, similar to what the federal government has given to states.
  2. Involve local leaders in plans to reopen the economy. Form an advisory task force involving leaders from public health, business, education, non-profits, government, and faith-based communities to begin planning for the safe reopening of our economy, particularly in the population and commerce hub of South Placer County."

Read the City’s entire letter to the County


We are Roseville

We Are Roseville

Visit roseville.ca.us/WeAreRoseville for signs, coloring pages and activities to show your support for this town we love.

Share a video or photo of you and those you are sheltering with on social media. Tag us and include #WeAreRoseville so we can build this virtual community together.


Support Local

Learn what you can do to support local businesses

Despite COVID-19, there are steps you can take to support Roseville's businesses and economy:

  • Order for pickup or delivery,
  • Buy gift cards,
  • Shop online or by phone, and
  • Choose virtual classes or appointments.

Show your favorite local businesses some social media love by tagging them and using the hashtag #WeAreRoseville

Learn more here.


Online permits


How is your business being affected by COVID-19?

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council wants to know. The data collected will help shape recovery strategies for different regions and industries within Roseville and Greater Sacramento.

Take the survey here.


electric residential relief program

Bill relief available through new assistance program

As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program.

This short-term assistance program is designed to support residents who may be struggling financially as a result of COVID-19. Qualifying customers will receive a one-time credit on their electric bill.

For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance


Get answers to your utility billing questions

We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters.

We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300.


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virtual recreation COVID-19

We're bringing the fun to you

There is something for everyone in your family with resources ranging from AARP workouts to art/crafts activities for kids, from virtual tours under the sea to Planet Protector comic books.  

You’ll also find new original videos each week so be sure to check the website and our social media often.

Come see what there is to do

The Utility Exploration Center also has games, crafts, and activities for all ages online. Stop by the site every few days as our list of resources continues to grow. 

Come explore with us


See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs.

We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste.

Get answers here.


Roseville Cares

Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help

Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together.

Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need.

Visit our Roseville Cares page.

City Charter Draft Review Report now available for public comment

How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy. For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how we conduct business is our charter.

Every 10 years, the Charter Review Commission determines whether amendments should be recommended to the City Council as time, perspectives, and circumstances evolve. The goal being to ensure that the charter is responsive to the changing needs of the community.

The 2019-20 Charter  Review  Commission  considered a variety of issues, gathered information from various sources, and formulated recommendations which are set forth in this Draft Charter Review Report.

The report is available for public comment until May 8, 2020.  Comment can be given by email at cityclerk@roseville.ca.us or by letter mailed to Roseville City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678.

Important COVID-19 links:

Rumor Control about COVID-19 from FEMA

City of Roseville COVID-19 information

COVID-19 in California

Placer County COVID-19 information

California Department of Public Health

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)


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The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here to:
•    To provide an open forum through which all members of the neighborhoods can participate in the identity, social culture, growth, development, and activities of the neighborhoods.
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