Provide your input on draft City Council district maps at public meetings this month
The final group of draft Roseville City Council district maps are the subject of public meetings around the city this month. See the draft maps and demographic details at Roseville.ca.us/redistricting.
The remaining Roseville Independent Redistricting Commission public meetings will be held:
6 p.m., Tuesday, January 11, City Council Chambers, 311 Vernon Street
6 p.m., Thursday, January 13, Mike Shellito Indoor Pool, 10210 Fairway Drive
2 p.m., Saturday, January 15, City Council Chambers, 311 Vernon Street
6 p.m., Tuesday, January 18, Martha Riley Library, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd
6 p.m., Thursday, January 20, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd
As an independent body, the Independent Redistricting Commission is empowered to adopt the district boundaries, without City Council approval. The Commission will make the final map selection at its regular January 24 public meeting.
Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey announced today the appointment of Daniel Beans as Director of the Roseville Electric Utility. He will start Feb. 7.
Beans is currently the Director of Redding Electric Utility, where he’s worked since 2005.
He participated in a highly competitive, national recruitment for this position and stood out for successfully implementing strategic and integrated resource planning, organizational and leadership development, and experience with the technical, regulatory and political aspects of municipal electric utility management and operations.
As Roseville’s Electric Utility Director, Beans will lead an electric utility founded in 1912, one of only a handful of municipally owned utilities in the state. He will oversee an award-winning utility known for reliability and value, which receives ratings significantly higher than the national average from its customers.
With the recent rainfalls, Folsom Reservoir gained a substantial amount of water in a short period. Thanks to investments in groundwater infrastructure and technologically, the City was able to replenish the groundwater basin with approximately 22 million gallons of water - volumes equivalent to 32 Olympic-sized pools.
A new program from Roseville Electric Utility makes owning an electric vehicle easier for everyone.
Our EV for Everyone Program offers rebates up to $1,000 for the purchase of new and used electric vehicles, $400 for new and used electric motorcycles, and $750 for electric vehicle level II chargers for income-qualified residents.
It might be January, but we are already planning for summer jobs. Learn how you can prepare with upcoming workshops. Plus, check out the brand new fitness court, hear about Be Well Roseville and more great programs.
There is no way around it -- our gardens are impacted by extreme and fluctuating weather conditions. However, they can be resilient! In this eight-week class series (Feb 8 – Mar 29), you will learn how to strengthen your garden's ability to combat climate-change while maintaining that curb appeal.
Classes will be taught by practicing landscape professionals and educators who utilize environmentally-friendly practices so your trees and plants can thrive and your landscape can stay beautiful, all while easily maintaining it. You’ll learn how to apply these practices to large or small landscapes and be equipped with the know-how to manage your project, whether you’re starting a new garden or making changes to your existing one.
Classes are virtual via Zoom, every Tuesday from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Register HERE and don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity!
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.