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We Are Roseville - December 22, 2020

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December 22, 2020


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Most city offices closed until further notice

Due to the state's updated Regional Stay-at-Home order and in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, most City offices and public counters are closed until further notice.

  • Refuse service follows its regular schedule. 
  • The City remains staffed for safety and emergency services as well as to provide customer service at (916) 774-5200.
  • Utility bills can be paid online at Roseville.ca.us/billpay or by calling (916) 774-5300.
  • For permitting, plan review, and inspection services, visit the Online Permit CenterAll permitting and plan review services are available by phone, email, videoconference and online portal. Building, Engineering, and Code Enforcement inspection services continue as normal. You are encouraged to schedule inspections online.
  • For updated Parks, Recreation & Library service hours, visit Roseville.ca.us/prlservices.
  • Roseville Transit hours and routes can be found at Roseville.ca.us/transit.
  • Between December 24, 2020 and January 3, 2021, city services will be reduced for the holidays. 
  • For a complete list of online and available city services during this time, visit Roseville.ca.us/services.

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


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


We Are Roseville holiday images

We have some more holiday We Are Roseville images for you to download and print. Find them here.


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


Conference Center Drive land sale

Land sale for hotel, office and retail destination approved

The City Council approved the sale of City property at 290 Conference Center Drive at its December 16 meeting. This high-visibility location can be seen from Highway 65 and is adjacent to the Galleria mall. 

Conceptual plans for this prominent location include a 64,000 square-foot five-story luxury hotel with 132 rooms and a 74,000 square-foot four-story extended stay hotel with 123 rooms. While specific hotels are yet to be announced, Marriot, Hilton, Hyatt and Stonehill have submitted letters of interest.

Also planned is an 80,000 square-foot two-story building. The space will include an indoor/outdoor public market with retail, dining and entertainment areas on the ground floor.

Read more


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.


electric vehicle

Start your journey to drive electric

Is an electric vehicle right for you? Join Roseville Electric Utility for a free webinar at noon, Friday, January 22 to get an overview of electric vehicle basics before making this very important decision.

Register here


fruit trees

Learn how to grow great fruit from planting to harvest

Top 10 Tips for Growing Fruit Trees, a free webinar hosted by Roseville Utility Exploration Center, will be held at noon, Friday, January 15. Local Master Gardeners will teach you how to keep your fruit trees beautiful and productive with proper pruning.

Register here


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. Forms should be mailed while city offices are closed to Roseville City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678.

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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