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We Are Roseville - April 27, 2021


April 27, 2021

vaccinations open to 16 and older

COVID vaccination appointments available

There are still many COVID-19 vaccination appointments available for this Wednesday and Thursday at the county's clinic @the Grounds.

Make an appointment now. 

Given the county's greatly expanded vaccine provider network, plateauing demand, and steadily decreased vaccine allotments from the state to Placer County Public Health, Placer County will begin to demobilize the mass vaccination clinic @the Grounds and redirect focus toward areas of the county with greater challenges to vaccination access.

This means that after this week, they will no longer offer first dose appointments for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines @the Grounds, and may offer limited J&J appointments in the coming weeks as they finish second doses.

In the last four months, Placer County has built up its capacity to administer vaccines - including other mass vaccination clinics run by large healthcare systems, more than two dozen pharmacy outlets, and small clinics.

As Placer County Public Health shifts their efforts, they will also redirect surplus doses to local providers who report having ample capacity for both more vaccine and more patients.

Find appointments here or via the provider list here.

Rent Help Placer

Funds still available for emergency rental and utility assistance - apply by Friday

If you are experiencing a COVID-19 related financial hardship and need help paying rent or utilities, Rent Help Placer can help. Funds are still available but you need to apply by Friday, April 30.

For more information, to review eligibility and apply, visit RentHelpPlacer.com or call 2-1-1 (833-342-5211).

Landlords - share these informational flyers with your tenants. 

Electric fleet vehicles

Taking charge of Roseville’s vehicle fleet

Roseville is leading the charge and making greener choices to improve our city vehicle fleet.

From buses, to sedans, to garbage trucks, you’ll notice cleaner and more electric City of Roseville vehicles around town.

Find out more.

looking at bill, young couple

Behind on your electric bill? Pay what you can now 

While disconnections for non-payment are currently on hold, the balance on your City of Roseville utility account is still accumulating. 

Past due account balances will be subject to interruption of service due to non-payment in the very near future. We strongly encourage residents with a past due balance to pay what you can now.

Our team is here to help navigate a path forward, including customized payment plans. We can also help determine if you are eligible for other available resources.

Take the necessary steps today. Call 916-774-5300 or visit roseville.ca.us/assistance.

We Are Roseville grad 2021

Show your We Are Roseville spirit with 2021 grad signs

Get and show off your We Are Roseville 2021 High School graduation signs. We have them available in your local high school colors, or color your own. 

We'd love to see you in your cap and gown showing your We Are Roseville spirit. Make sure to post the photos using #WeAreRoseville.

Get your sign here.


Goat grazing returns

Don't worry about the herds of goats descending upon the city, they are our newest (and cutest) four-legged employees.

Goat grazing is an environmentally friendly option for open space management. Goats assist with thatch control, invasive species management and help reduce potential fire load due to dry grasses - not to mention they can get into canyons much easier than mowing equipment.

Want to find out where to see the goats? Find them here.

Job fair

Wednesday, April 28
11 a.m.

Don't miss your opportunity to hear about job openings with the City and how to get hired. Join early and dress professionally. Space is limited. Register now.

California Relief Grant

New round of state small business relief grants to open

Small businesses can apply for the final round of the California Relief Grant from April 28 to May 4.

Find eligibility information, resources, and apply online at CaReliefGrant.com


Apply for Restaurant Revitalization Fund assistance

Eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19 can apply for assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Find out more

Business masks COVID-19

Do you own a business? We want to help you grow.

Share your insight with the Placer County Economic Development Board through Friday, April 30. Your feedback will help shape business retention and expansion efforts in our area.

Take the survey here.

home repair

Licensed contractors needed to repair homes in

We are looking for licensed contractors interested in bidding on housing repair jobs to preserve housing occupied by low-income families and help revitalize neighborhoods.

Repairs can include electrical, plumbing, roofing, window replacement, and more.
The work is done through Roseville’s Housing Rehabilitation Program and is funded by federal government.

Find out more

Downtown aerial

Façade rebates available for Downtown Roseville businesses

Apply to receive up to $10,000 in financial assistance to improve your business façade.

In collaboration with the Downtown Roseville Partnership, the City is accepting applications for the second round of the Downtown Roseville Façade Rebate Program beginning Monday, May 3.

Find out more

mattress recycling

Did you know more than 75 percent of mattresses can be recycled into other products?

From 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Saturday, May 1 and Sunday, May 2, drop off your old mattress free of charge at the Western Placer Waste Management Authority in partnership with Bye Bye Mattress.

Join our effort to divert valuable resources from local landfills and help build a greener community! 

Find out more.

reimagine Royer Park

Re-imagine Royer Park

If you could design a new playground for Royer Park, what would it look like?

Through a combination of Prop 68 and City funds, we are hoping to replace the current school-aged structure with a larger destination-style playground. 

Your input will help determine the ultimate design. Tell us what you and your children would like to see.

The deadline to submit your ideas has been extended to April 30.

Keep Placer Moving PCTPA

Help plan for the future of transportation

Join the conversation and help Placer County Transportation Planning Agency plan for future transportation improvements.

Register to attend one of several online community meetings. Meeting recordings will be available to view online at a later date.

Visit keepplacermoving.com/register.   


How to keep your landscape happy and healthy

Join us for an upcoming webinar on how to reduce your overall water use.

Friday, May 14
12 - 1 p.m.
Register here

We will walk you through ideas to keep your landscape happy, show you how to create a site specific irrigation schedule, and demonstrate how to perform those common DIY irrigation repairs.

Important COVID-19 links:

Reopen Placer

City of Roseville COVID-19 information

COVID-19 in California

Placer County COVID-19 information

California Department of Public Health


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