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We Are Roseville - December 1, 2020

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December 1, 2020


Police Chief Maccoun

Police Chief James Maccoun announces his retirement

Roseville Police Chief James Maccoun announced his retirement effective December 31, 2020 after 38 years of law enforcement service in the region.

Chief Maccoun has served as Roseville Police Chief since August 2017 after serving as Assistant Police Chief in Roseville for three years. 

Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey has appointed Roseville Police Captain Troy Bergstrom as Acting Police Chief until a replacement for Chief Maccoun is selected.

 “I’ve worked very closely with Chief Maccoun the entire time he’s been with the Roseville PD, and know firsthand that he leaves big shoes to fill,” said Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey. “I’m grateful for his leadership, his focus on transparency and open communication, and the way he cares for the community in which he was raised.”

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Shop Placer

Shop Placer this holiday season

Shop Placer and support our local businesses. Shopping locally preserves jobs, helps keep businesses open and your tax dollars invested where you live.

Let’s #ShopPlacer together.

Find out more.


Temporary tax relief and millions in grant funding now available for businesses

This week the State of California announced it is providing new relief for businesses including tax deferrals, an emergency relief package, and an increased California Rebuilding Fund.

Find out more


paying bills

Payment plans and other resources available for your electric bill

Don’t get too far behind on your electric bill; pay what you can now.

We know this year has been challenging and that many of our customers are struggling financially as a result of COVID-19. Customers who are behind on payment will still owe Roseville Electric for service, they will just not lose power at this time.

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


Comstock's Status Check Measure B

Comstock's: "Sales tax increase Measure B, passed in 2018, provides vital funds for Roseville"

“We certainly didn’t predict a global pandemic, but we were anticipating another recession,” Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey says. “Without Measure B, candidly, we’d be in a very different position. We’d be staring down the face of a $20 million deficit, and we would not have the general-fund stabilization reserves that we have today.”

Read the Comstock's article about the impact of Measure B on city services


traffic aerial

Technology keeps traffic moving

Traffic is such a routine part of life that you may not realize what happens behind the scenes to keep vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians moving—especially during the holiday season.

Watch to learn more.


COVID testing in Roseville

A OptumServe COVID-19 testing site is open at the Maidu Activity Center, 1960 Johnson Ranch Drive.

Appointments can be made at lhi.care/covidtesting


Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots drop-off sites

Our community has always generously donated new unwrapped toys for those in need and we hope the tradition continues this year.

This holiday season our Roseville fire stations will not be drop off locations for the Toys for Tots program in an effort to limit the public interaction with our crews as we work to keep everyone healthy.

The following locations in our community will have drop off boxes at their sites:

  • Maidu Library, 1530 Maidu Drive
  • Riley Library, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.
  • Downtown Library, 225 Taylor Street
  • Roseville Fire Administration, 316 Vernon Street
  • Ace Hardware, 108A Harding Blvd. (across from Trader Joe’s)
  • World Market, 1120 Galleria Blvd. (near Bed, Bath & Beyond)
  • 24 Hr. Fitness, 336 N. Sunrise (across from the Auto Mall)
  • Bass Pro Shops, 5472 Crossings Drive (off Sierra College at I-80)

Neighborhood Santa banner shot, 2018, 770 x 540 px

Neighborhood Santa visits even more routes

Santa and his crew of elf and City staff helpers are returning to Roseville to help you celebrate the holidays by visiting more neighborhoods than ever before.

Learn more and view routes and times.


Home for the holidays 2020

Enjoy holiday activities at home

Make special memories and keep your family entertained with these holiday-themed games, activities, and crafts. Visit the Utility Exploration Center’s Home for the Holidays webpage for things to do as well as tips and tricks on how to save during the holiday season.

Find out more


Christmas tree recyling

Holiday recycling options for you

As you deck the halls and dream of a white Christmas, know that you have alternatives to ensure that your holly, jolly holiday includes recycling.  Not everything belongs in the trash and there are ways to save space in your bin.

Here are six ways to recycle this holiday


Leaf Pickup - Tink Machine II, 770 x 540 px

Curbside leaf pickup available

Are your leaves starting to pile up? Let us pick them up. Free curbside leaf pickup is available throughout Roseville through January 15. Help prevent fallen front yard leaves from clogging storm drains.

Learn how you can participate.


Placer Shares Impact Grants

Apply for nonprofit grants through December 7

To date, Placer County has invested over $9 million this year to help our small businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. An additional $5 million is now available to fund business anchors and our critical nonprofit safety net programs that provide mental health services, food insecurity aid and housing assistance.

Learn more.


gardening

Gardening series covers all the steps to a healthy landscape

The Green Gardener at Home 8-week series offers everything you need to know to develop and maintain a beautiful yard and garden. From improving your soil and selecting the right plants to conserving water and managing pests, this series will make the most of your time and money.

Classes will be held online Tuesday evenings, beginning February 9, and will include live question and answer periods.

Register now.


Independent Redistricting Commission application period is open

Every 10 years, after the U.S. Census, the City of Roseville must re-establish the boundaries for City Council districts. 

In 2021, a Roseville Independent Redistricting Commission made up entirely of community members will be formed to establish those district boundaries.

Residents interested in applying for the Commission need to return the application form and Statement of Economic Interests form to the Roseville City Clerk by 5 p.m., Tuesday, January 19, 2021.

More information and applications forms can be found here.


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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