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We Are Roseville - July 11, 2023


high hot temperatures

Tips to stay cool in hot temperatures

Here are some ways to stay safe as this weekend's temperatures heat up. 

  • Drink plenty of water (2-4 glasses of water every hour if you are physically active and out in direct heat).
  • Wear lightweight, light colored loose fitting clothing as well as a hat and sunglasses when outdoors.
  • Always apply sunscreen and limit exposure during mid-day.
  • When participating in outdoor activities, do so with a buddy and pace yourself in the heat.
  • Always monitor those at risk for heat related illnesses especially those on medications for heart disease, high blood pressure, etc. as they may be affected more by the heat.
  • Never leave children, infants or pets inside vehicles.
  • Provide pets with plenty of water and shade.
  • Get more tips on ways to stay safe during this period of warm weather here.
Extended Library hours

Extended library hours for upcoming heat

Brace yourselves for the upcoming heat this weekend. Our Downtown Library will be extending its hours to provide a cool escape from the triple digit temperatures. Starting from Friday, July 14, through Monday, July 17, we'll be open extra hours:
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday-Sunday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday.

And, we're providing complimentary bottled water, ensuring you stay hydrated while enjoying the extended hours.

Places to stay cool

Placer Alert

Sign up for emergency alerts

Sign up for Placer Alert to ensure you receive timely notifications about emergency events and other important public safety information.

Signing up is free and can be done at www.placer-alert.org.

Sign up now

Legislative Advocacy Update

Legislative advocacy update - July 2023

The City’s advocacy efforts are defined within the City’s Legislative and Regulatory Platform and reflect the City Council’s goals and priorities as well as its position on issues that are currently, or are anticipated to be, the focus of future legislation and regulation.

Look for monthly updates highlighting the work of the City’s Government Relations Team as it advocates for Roseville’s interest at the state and federal levels.

Learn more

Parks and Rec month

31 Ways to Celebrate Park and Recreation Month

Celebrate National Park and Recreation Month with us by checking out 31 ways you can enjoy Roseville Parks, Recreation & Libraries (PRL). The month of exciting adventures take you from the pool to the park. It’s a mix of suggested activities you won’t want to miss. We're here to inspire you to embrace the joy of PRL experiences all year round, not just in July.

Celebrate with us

UEC Exhibit

Roseville's Utility Exploration Center undergoes transformation

After years of educating children, customers, and the community on the value of utility services and environmental responsibility, the Roseville Utility Exploration Center (UEC) is transforming completely. The UEC, well-known for its hands-on learning experiences, events, and educational opportunities, will soon welcome visitors to an entirely new realm of exhibits and interactive displays in early 2024.

"We have a unique opportunity to breathe new life into our learning space for utility and environmental stewardship, creating an experience that will leave a lasting impact on all who visit," said Brayden Mitchell, UEC supervisor. 

Learn more about the new cutting-edge experience

Road construction ahead sign, orange sign against blue sky

Washington and All America City Boulevard Roundabout Project update

To continue construction of the new roundabout at the intersection of Washington, Lincoln, and All America City Boulevard, a new traffic pattern has started this week. Traffic has switched to the east side of Washington Boulevard at the All America City Boulevard intersection. 

Travel with care and keep an eye on digital message boards for current construction information.

Find out more


Upcoming resurfacing on Blue Oaks Boulevard

The preparation work to resurface a portion of Blue Oaks Boulevard has begun. Be on the lookout for digital message boards for up-to-date work dates and times. Construction is anticipated to be completed by early fall.

The first step of resurfacing will remove damaged asphalt and replace with new material. The second step will place a wearing layer over the top of the entire road surface. The road may appear patchy and uneven in between these steps. Each step occurs a couple months apart. 

Learn what to expect

Arrow service

Travel on-demand with Roseville Transit Arrow

Ride Roseville Transit Arrow, on-demand transit you can request with the GO South Placer mobile app, your browser, or by calling 745-7560.

Arrow is available to passengers of any age, for as little as $2.50/ride.

Learn more

View current infrastructure project map

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View meeting agendas and minutes

City Council - 6 p.m., Wednesday, July 19

Planning Commission - 6:30 p.m., Thursday, July 13

Parks and Recreation Commission - July meeting canceled

Transportation Commission -  July meeting canceled

Public Utilities Commission - 6 p.m., Tuesday, July 25

Law and Regulation Committee - July meeting canceled

Grants Advisory Commission - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 11

Design Committee - 4:30 p.m., Thursday, July 20, located in Civic Center Meeting Rooms 1 & 2

Economic Development Advisory Committee - 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25

Senior Commission - 2 p.m., Wednesday, August 9

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.


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