Placer County residents age 50 and above are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Appointments are currently available at the county's clinic, and many other providers across the county have also expanded eligibility.
Roseville City Attorney Bob Schmitt announces retirement
Roseville City Attorney Bob Schmitt announced his retirement effective May 29, after 22 years working with the City of Roseville, six as City Attorney.
Schmitt has worked on key projects in one of the most dynamic periods in the City’s 112-year history, including the permitting and construction of the Roseville Energy Park, negotiating and drafting numerous development agreements (including Sierra Vista Specific Plan), and numerous litigation successes.
City Attorney is the only other position besides City Manager that the City Council directly hires. The City Council will consider a contract for his successor at the April 7 City Council meeting.
Roseville joins nationwide challenge to be more water wise
Mayor Krista Bernasconi is asking Roseville residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely as part of the National Mayor’s Challenge for water conservation
During the entire month of April, water customers can make a series of simple pledges at mywaterpledge.com to use water more efficiently, reduce pollution, and save energy.
Customers taking the pledge can win $3,000 toward their home utility bill, water saving fixtures, and hundreds of other prizes. Plus, one lucky charity from a winning city will receive a 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid to serve the community.
The Inspiration Garden, appropriately fitting to inspire new ideas, thinking and approaches to having a sustainable landscape, will include nearly 300 new plantings – California natives as well as low- to mid-water use plants and trees.
The diversity in plants species will allow for year-round color and texture while also reducing water use and maintenance.
Your guide to summer has arrived. The latest edition of Experience PRL is online now and starts hitting mailboxes this week.
The new magazine style format has all of your favorite programs plus fun kids' activities and interesting articles to keep you informed. Explore summer camps, tot and youth sports, swim lessons, safety classes and more.
Sixty-five lane miles of arterial streets will be resurfaced throughout Roseville this year. Construction is now underway and will be completed by late fall.
You'll notice that along with resurfacing, pedestrian curb ramps will receive upgrades to meet current ADA accessibility laws.
Keep an eye on digital message boards for current work dates and times in each area. Working hours will vary depending on traffic volumes and scheduled to minimize disruption to motorists, residents, schools and businesses.
Due to the on-ramp work, a portion of the Miner's Ravine Trail is closed from Sculpture Park to Harding Boulevard through October. Closed areas are marked with signs and barricades. For your safety, do not enter the construction zone.
Make yourself a coffee and join Roseville City Councilmember Scott Alvord and other community members online to discuss city-related topics including what's happening in our city, project updates, community and economy topics.
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) wants to find important places that people want to walk, wheel, or bike to in the region. Your input will help SACOG work with cities and counties to connect our region with trails.
The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here 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.
Identify and communicate the issues and concerns of the Association members to the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations, the City of Roseville, and other appropriate entities.
Keep all members of the neighborhoods informed regarding issues vital, or of interest, to the well-being of the neighborhoods.
Encourage and facilitate communication and cohesiveness among all the people of the neighborhoods. To act in cooperation with government and non-government agencies to preserve and improve peace, safety and property values in the neighborhoods.