Statement on U.S. Capitol Attack from City Council
"The attack on our democracy at our nation's Capitol has us grappling to find the right words to convey how we feel about the reckless, terrorist actions we all watched unfold on January 6th.
In Roseville, we stand together to denounce this violence. We believe in inclusiveness, regardless of politics, religion or race, and our sole purpose for serving is to help our community. We will always stand on the side of democracy to defend our Constitution and our freedoms.
The aggression, intimidation and violence is unfathomable and unacceptable.
Our thoughts are with the first responders in Washington DC and those who showed heroic actions, many of whom were attacked for protecting those exact foundational rights Americans have.
It's a dark time in our country and yet we know better days are ahead. We stand united and resolute in our service to the city and community."
- Roseville City Council
Governor Newson: Region out of Regional Stay-at-Home order
Governor Newsom released this statement this afternoon.
"We’re seeing stabilization in ICUs & positivity rates. Greater Sacramento is coming out of the Regional Stay-at-Home & going back to purple tier effective today.
We must continue to wear a mask & stay home as much as possible. There is a light at the end of this tunnel."
With the regional stay-at-home order now lifted in Placer County, purple tier restrictions under the state's Blueprint for a Safer Economy remain in effect. See what's open: covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/
Get the latest on COVID-19 vaccines in Placer County
In this short video, Placer County HHS Director Dr. Rob Oldham gives a quick rundown of the state’s initial phases of vaccine distribution and discusses how the community can prepare and stay informed in the coming months.
65 new affordable housing units give Roseville residents a place to call home
Residents of Main Street Plaza Apartments in Old Town Roseville started the new year with a new place to call home.
Main Street Plaza, adds to Roseville’s significant affordable housing inventory, with 65 apartment units in two four-story buildings at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Main Street, providing housing for low-income families, veterans, and individuals with special needs.
We know how much you love the recreation guide. We do too, but we also wanted to share some information about other things happening in Parks, Recreation & Libraries. So we added some articles and highlights alongside the program listings to create the new "Experience PRL" magazine.
New: Get notifications about power outages by text
In addition to information available through our outage map, you can sign up for real-time text notifications. We’ll let you know the cause of the outage and when power is restored.
We are committed to delivering reliable service in the safest way possible. Our crews work year round to ensure Roseville’s equipment is well-maintained and free of vegetation. This includes constantly upgrading lines, equipment and facilities to ensure your power is there when you need it.
Gardening series covers all the steps to a healthy landscape
Improve the health and beauty of your landscape in our 8-week gardening webinar series, Green Gardener at Home. We’ll show you how to conserve water, choose the right plants (including edibles), improve your soil, manage pests, and more.
Held online Tuesday evenings, February 9 - March 30, the series is $55 for Roseville residents and $65 for non-residents.
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.