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We Are Roseville - June 19, 2020


June 19, 2020

Cover up. Slow the Spread - COVID-19

Californians are now required to wear face coverings in public spaces - particularly indoors or when physical distancing is not possible.

From the California Department of Public Health: Because of our collective actions, California has limited the spread of COVID-19 and associated hospitalizations and deaths in our state.

Still, the risk for COVID-19 remains and the increasing number of Californians who are leaving their homes for work and other needs, increases the risk for COVID-19 exposure and infection.

Over the last four months, we have learned a lot about COVID-19 transmission, most notably that people who are infected but are asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic play an important part in community spread.

The use of face coverings by everyone can limit the release of infected droplets when talking, coughing, and/or sneezing, as well as reinforce physical distancing.

Read the full guidance here including groups exempt

Make sure you are wearing your face covering properly


Roseville PD: Will we enforce face coverings?

We’ve received several calls inquiring about how we plan to enforce this requirement.

As we’re all aware, everyone is navigating through the evolution of COVID-19.

At the Roseville Police Department, we’ll continue to focus our efforts on education and compliance. No law enforcement agency wants to be responsible for shutting down a gathering or citing people who are out of compliance.

If the need arises, we’ll work with our partners in Placer County Health and Human Services and City of Roseville Code Enforcement to ensure everyone understands the requirements and is working towards compliance.

We strongly encourage everyone to cooperate with the guidelines set-forth by the specific business or venue you visit. If they require masks to be worn prior to entry or services being provided, we hope you will comply. It is lawful for those entities to refuse service or entry.

By working together with the requirements of a business we can minimize conflicts where law enforcement is summoned and all stay healthy.


Personal care - COVID19

A number of personal care services may resume operations in Placer County as early as June 19 after implementing the state guidance.

The list of personal care services includes many that require touching a client's face, e.g., facials, electrolysis, and waxing. This guidance also applies to esthetician, skin care, and cosmetology services; electrology; nail salons; body art professionals, tattoo parlors, and piercing shops; and massage therapy (in non-healthcare settings).

This guidance includes protections intended to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers by reducing risk of transmission of COVID-19. For example, workers and customers at nail salons, tattoo parlors and massage businesses must wear face coverings.

Personal service business owners can visit Reopen Placer's "Ready, Set, Prep!" webpage for guidance.


Religious and non-religious wedding ceremonies may resume following the State's "Places of Worship" guidance, including attendance, though receptions and parties are not permitted.

Read the "Places of Worship" guidance here.


Distanced, non-contact athletic drills and conditioning (including among youth) may resume under guidance.

Read the athletic guidance here.


Important COVID-19 links:

Reopen Placer

Rumor Control about COVID-19 from FEMA

City of Roseville COVID-19 information

COVID-19 in California

Placer County COVID-19 information

California Department of Public Health


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The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here to:
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