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We Are Roseville - January 10, 2023


storm clean up 2023

City crews working on storm clean-up, some trails remain closed 

City crews will be working into next week cleaning up the impacts of the heavy rain and wind from the past week. To report road hazards due to the storms, call Roseville Public Works at (916) 774-5790 during normal business hours. After hours or on weekends, call (916) 774-5000 x 1.

Our creek and flood control systems worked as intended in handling the amount of rain effectively. The City has invested $32 million since the 1980’s to improve our flood control infrastructure. Roseville holds FEMA’s highest flood protection rating.

With no heavy rain in the immediate forecast, the city’s sandbag locations are closed.

As of Tuesday evening, all Roseville Electric customers have power.

The trail south of Saugstad Park to Darling Way is closed until further notice to conduct emergency improvements to protect the creek and a large sewer pipeline. The Miner's Ravine Trail and False Ravine Trail are temporarily closed. Other low-lying trails may have standing water and be subject to closures.

Be prepared for winter storms

Placer County storm damage survey

Have you experienced damage to your property due to the 2022/2023 winter storms?

The Placer County Office of Emergency Services is collecting damage information to help advocate for financial assistance from the federal government to affected residents. 

Fill out the online storm damage survey here

Hand dripping water

Banking water for the future

With this significant rainfall, Roseville is storing nearly 60 million gallons of excess water within the aquifers for use during dry conditions. 

We are recharging the groundwater basin using specifically designed groundwater wells. Folsom Reservoir has quickly gained a substantial amount of water with the recent storms. Water releases are needed from the reservoir for flood control. We are capturing water that would have otherwise been lost.

There may be further opportunities to store more water in the aquifers over the coming weeks depending on the need to create additional winter flood capacity at Folsom Reservoir.

Learn more

Diversifying water sources remains key for meeting future demand

Population growth, regulatory updates and the effects of climate change are just a few of the factors impacting the region's growing imbalance between water supply and consumer demand, according to a new American River Basin study.

Roseville has put in place several key strategies to ensure reliable water supply now and into the future. Among these strategies includes investment in groundwater wells, partnering with Placer County Water Agency on new infrastructure and studying alternative intake possibilities at the Folsom Reservoir.

Learn more

Electric Rate Assistance

Do you qualify for electric rate assistance?

With expanded income eligibility, more residents are able to qualify for our Electric Rate Assistance Program (ERAP). This program provides a 15% discount on electric service each month to those who qualify. 

Find out if you're eligible

Roseville Rising

Now accepting student applications for entrepreneur program

High school students can now apply to participate in Roseville Rising, a 12-week program designed to inspire entrepreneurial ideas and innovation.

Learn more and apply

Business employees

From classroom to career: Talent Pipeline Management webinar

Learn how to tackle the employee skills gap in the health care, manufacturing, construction, utilities, hospitality and technology industries.

Attend an interest webinar on Tuesday, January 17 and learn about the TPM Academy Roseville.

Register for the webinar

Job Fair

Looking for a great job?

Join us at our Job Fair on January 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mahany Fitness Center (formerly Roseville Sports Center) where we will be hiring for part-time, full-time and seasonal employees! There will be raffle prizes, workshops, application help and on the spot interviews.

Learn more

PRL Magazine

Register now for PRL programs and events

Registration is now open for the January-May edition of Experience PRL magazine. Don’t miss out on all of the fabulous programs and events we have planned over the next few months as well as the featured news articles, including an inside look at our adult sports programs and cool facts about the history of one of Roseville’s oldest parks.

Download the magazine and register

Senior Prom

Senior Prom tickets available now

Calling all FAB-ulous (50+) seniors. Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a "Night Under the Stars" at the 2023 Senior Prom on Saturday, February 4 at the Woodcreek Golf Club. Grab your partner and friends and dance the night away while enjoying a gourmet meal, drink ticket and raffle entry.

The deadline to purchase tickets is January 16.

Get your tickets

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View meeting agendas and minutes

City Council - 6 p.m., Wednesday, January 18

Planning Commission - 6:30 p.m., Thursday, January 12

Parks and Recreation Commission - 6 p.m., Monday, February 6

Transportation Commission -  January meeting canceled

Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Steering Committee - To be determined

Public Utilities Commission - 6 p.m., Tuesday, January 24

Special Law and Regulation Committee - 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 11

Law and Regulation Committee - 4 p.m., Wednesday, January 25

Grants Advisory Commission - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 10

Design Committee - January meeting canceled

Economic Development Advisory Committee - 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 24

Senior Commission - 2 p.m., Wednesday, February 8

Local Sales Tax Citizen's Oversight Committee - To be determined

Unless otherwise noted, Council and Commission meetings are held in the Roseville City Council Chambers at 311 Vernon Street. 

Meetings held in the City Council Chambers can be viewed live online or on demand on the City’s website and on the City’s YouTube channel.


311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us

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