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We Are Roseville - June 11, 2024


Keep it legal. Keep it safe.

Roseville increases penalties for illegal fireworks

Illegal fireworks carry many risks, including injury, property damage, safety of first responders, costs of responding to emergencies, environmental harm and legal consequences.

In May 2024, the Roseville City Council amended the municipal code, making penalties for those who use illegal fireworks much more severe starting this year.

Penalties for illegal fireworks include stiffer fines, more severe legal consequences, liability for the cost of emergency response and additional responsibility of property owners who knowingly allow the use or storage of illegal fireworks on their property.

Learn more about fireworks use in Roseville

high hot temperatures

Tips to stay cool in hot temperatures

With the continued hot temperature, here are some tips to keep cool and stay safe:

  • 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.
Places to stay cool

Coffee with Council


“Swift” start for Concerts on the Square this weekend

Swifties, are you ready for it? Our first Concert On The Square features the music of Taylor Swift! Join us Saturday, June 15 at Vernon Street Town Square for the FREE show.

The Swiftie Night Market kicks off at 4 p.m., featuring themed vendors, food trucks and a friendship bracelet making station. 

Are you ready?


Join us for a magical Night Out At The Museum: Storytelling

Don't miss storytelling with Kimberly “Shining Star” Petree at the Maidu Museum & Historic Site on Saturday, June 15, at 7 p.m. Kimberly will share enchanting stories that blend tradition and current environmental issues.

This FREE, family-friendly event includes light refreshments.

Learn more


Cockroaches emerge in the heat

As temperatures rise, you may have seen an increase in cockroaches. They become more active in warm weather and are often found in garages or inside homes, typically seeking water.

Our Wastewater Division is actively working to reduce cockroach infestations, as these pests are found in our sewer system. We remain persistent in our treatment process to reduce cockroach populations, understanding that they are only a step away from your home.

Learn more


Pleasant Grove overnight road closure

Pleasant Grove Boulevard to partially close overnight for road work

Overnight road work is temporarily closing eastbound Pleasant Grove Boulevard between County Club and Misty Wood Drive. The 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. closure is scheduled for Friday, June 14, and will continue on weekdays during the following week. Look for digital message signs to display up-to-date schedule information.

Learn more

Bus riders

Get around hassle-free with your Summer Youth Bus Pass

No car? No problem! Ride unlimited through August 31 on Roseville Transit, Placer County Transit and Auburn Transit local bus routes with the $10 Summer Youth Bus Pass. 

Purchase your pass


Brief City network and phone system outage planned - June 11

Please note that the City of Roseville's network and phone system will experience a brief outage during the hours of approximately 7:45 - 11 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11 for a scheduled system upgrade.

911, emergency services and Police Department phone lines will not be impacted.

Learn more

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View meeting agendas and minutes

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

Planning Commission - June 13 meeting canceled

Parks and Recreation Commission - 6 p.m., Monday, July 1

Transportation Commission -  6 p.m., Tuesday, July 16

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

Law and Regulation Committee - 9 a.m., Thursday, June 27

Grants Advisory Commission - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 12

Local Sales Tax Citizens' Oversight Committee - To be determined

Design Committee - 4:30 p.m., Thursday, June 20

Economic Development Advisory Committee - 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 23

Senior Commission - 2 p.m., Wednesday, August 14

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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