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We Are Roseville - August 18, 2020

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August 18, 2020


Energy Conservation

Roseville Electric Utility is urging customers to continue conservation efforts as extreme heat drives electricity demand.

Residents and businesses alike can reduce their energy usage with simple adjustments like bumping thermostats up at least two degrees and turning off unnecessary lighting. Conservation helps lower demand and avoid outages, as well as reduce the duration of an outage.

Everyone should take action to shift energy use to morning and nighttime hours, and conserve as much energy as possible during the late afternoon and evening hours.

During peak hours, residents are asked to:

  • Set air conditioning thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, if health permits.
  • Don’t use major appliances, like the dishwasher or clothes washer/dryer.
  • Turn off unnecessary lights.
  • Close blinds and drapes.
  • Use fans when possible to keep cool.
  • DO NOT charge electric vehicles.
  • Turn off pool pumps.

Roseville Electric is not currently required to participate in rotating outages ordered by the California Independent System Operator (CAISO). If this changes within our service territory, customers will be informed with as much advance notice as possible.

For additional low-cost conservation tips and other energy efficiency-related home improvements, visit roseville.ca.us/lowermybill.

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Know the signs and symptoms for heat stroke and heat exhaustion

Look out for your family and friends and if they are experiencing any of these signs or symptoms, take action to keep them safe.

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COVID-19 weekly update

Placer County Public Health's weekly COVID-19 update

Data continue to normalize, and quality is improving, following statewide reporting issues.

Read the full report here.

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Adventure Club

Roseville Adventure Clubs are open

Need childcare and help with distance learning? Adventure Club is a great option! There are multiple time options to choose from and you even have flexibility to select the days you need care - because it isn't always as simple as Monday-Friday.

Adventure Club helps parents/students by...

  • supporting distance learning goals (just bring a device)
  • providing homework assistance during designated study time
  • collaborating with the schools
  • creating fun enrichment activities
  • following health and safety guidance (daily symptom checking, distancing, limiting number of people in room, maintaining 14:1 ratio)

Enrollment is happening now so act soon to reserve your space.

Find details here or give us a call at (916) 772-PLAY (916-772-7529)

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Childcare and preschool options for your little ones

If you are looking for childcare or activities for your preschool-aged child, we have options...

Little Adventurers is taking enrollment now and begins August 31 for your 3-5 year olds. Little Adventurers also offers a variety of scheduling options including full-day, half-day and "you pick which days".

Preschool At Home is a great option for those who are looking for preschool curriculum but aren't quite ready to send their little ones out of the home. You receive monthly assignment/project folders and have weekly live class meetings. 

Space is limited due to physical distancing requirements so reserve your space. (All in-person childcare programs are adhering to licensing requirements including those related to COVID-19 safety.)

Get more details by giving us a call at (916) 772-PLAY (916-772-7529) x2 or visiting the preschool webpage.

 


mini mural competition We Are Roseville

"We Are Roseville" themed murals coming to Downtown August 29-30

Local artists will be competing with one another to showcase their "We Are Roseville" inspired mural designs in the Vernon Street Town Square August 29 and 30. (The competition was originally scheduled for August 15-16.)

This public art display is part of the Roseville Mural Project facilitated by Blue Line Arts, featuring 4 new murals on local businesses in Downtown Roseville.

Watch this story from Good Day Sacramento

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Placer Shares

Small business and nonprofit grants soon available

Beginning August 25, eligible small businesses and non-profit organizations in Placer County can begin applying for Placer Shares grant funding to offset impacts caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting state shutdown order. 

Read more

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Work sharing program for businesses impacted by COVID-19

Employers can apply for the State of California Unemployment Insurance Work Sharing program as a temporary alternative to layoffs if the business’s production or services have been reduced.

The Work Sharing program helps employers:

  • Minimize or eliminate the need for layoffs in nearly all types of businesses or industries.
  • Keep trained employees and quickly recover when business conditions improve.
  • Avoid the cost of recruiting, hiring, and training new employees.

Learn more here

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Historic Old Town businesses: Receive assistance with outdoor dining 

To support Historic Old Town restaurants in safely increasing outdoor occupancy, the City of Roseville is assisting with funding expanded patio areas. The program is available on a first-come first-served basis.

Find out more

 


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The truth of how we use water will astound you

There’s a common misconception that most of the water we use at home goes toward household activities like showering, washing dishes, and clothes or flushing the toilet. Thing is, most household water is used outside on our landscapes.

Hot, dry summers and triple-digit temperatures have a huge impact on our water use.

Learn more

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Environmental review for proposed groundwater program expansion

Roseville Environmental Utilities is embarking on an effort to expand our groundwater program with additional Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) wells throughout the city.

As part of the process, we have prepared a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) for the City of Roseville ASR Program. The SEIR can be reviewed here. The review and comment period is until 5 p.m., September 22, 2020.

We are hosting a virtual public workshop at 6 p.m., Tuesday, August 25 The meeting will detail the proposed expansion. 

More information can be found here.

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Roseville's future housing blueprint needs your input

The City is starting to update the housing blueprint for the City, known as the Housing Element.  The Housing Element considers the City’s needs for housing access, inventory, affordability, and quality. It is a critical part of the City’s efforts to preserve, improve, and develop housing accessible to everyone in our community. 

While some of the City’s housing goals are likely to remain the same, such as enabling the construction of high-quality housing, improving the existing housing stock, and providing new affordable housing opportunities, the City wants to make sure the update enhances the quality of life for all residents and provides opportunities for sustainable and affordable housing.

Find out more, get involved and sign up for updates here.

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Oak Ridge Drive bridge construction underway

Construction of a new Oak Ridge Drive bridge over Linda Creek is in progress and scheduled to conclude in spring 2021. Working hours are 7 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday.

Demolition of the existing bridge has been rescheduled to begin on August 25. You can expect noise in the vicinity.

During construction there is a temporary traffic detour. All residences remain accessible.

The new bridge allows for improvements including:

  • Better storm water passage under the bridge;
  • Wider travel lanes and shoulders;
  • Expanded sidewalks on both sides of the street; and
  • ADA access.

See a map and learn more here.

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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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