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June 9, 2020


Roseville Police alignment with "8Can'tWait" campaign

From Roseville Police Chief James Maccoun

A recent justice-reform movement titled “8CantWait” highlights eight suggested principles in policing. According to the organization behind this campaign, if their eight policy adjustments are implemented, they believe the measures will cause a reduction of use-of-force-related deaths.

We've developed a comparison of information that isn't intended to debate the validity of the study behind the “8CantWait”campaign. Rather our comparison will briefly highlight the eight policies in their campaign and compare their recommendations to the existing policies of the City of Roseville Police Department and California state law.

Read more here.

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Reopen Placer COVID-19

Additional businesses may reopen in Placer County on Friday and Board of Supervisors to request further reopening from governor

Following the release of additional guidance from the California Department of Public Health last Friday, additional businesses and activities from Stages 2 and 3 may reopen in Placer County as soon as June 12, after implementing guidance and developing safety plans to address COVID-19.

Businesses and activities eligible for reopening include:

  • Schools and school-based programs
  • Day camps
  • Hotels, lodging and short-term rentals (for tourism and individual travel)
  • Campgrounds, RV parks and outdoor recreation
  • Professional sports without live audiences
  • Music, film and television production
  • Gyms and fitness centers, including pools
  • Family entertainment centers
  • Zoos, museums, galleries and aquariums
  • Bars and wineries; and
  • Cardrooms and racetracks

Businesses in these sectors should carefully read the guidance issued by the state available on the Reopen Placer website and develop corresponding safety plans. Once those safety plans are completed, eligible businesses may reopen on or after June 12 without further approval of the Placer County Health Officer. Guidance was also issued for casinos, which are under the jurisdiction of sovereign nations, and childcare guidance was updated.

“While more businesses will come back online at the end of this week, I implore county residents to continue following practices that can slow the rate of infection, such as regular handwashing, staying six feet apart from others and wearing face coverings in public settings where physical distancing is not possible,” said Placer County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson. “Personal responsibility is a hallmark of Placer County, and our individual actions will go a long way to determining how well we are able to reduce the spread of coronavirus in our community.”

Visit the Reopen Placer website.

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Request free personal protective equipment for your business

The City of Roseville in partnership with the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce are providing free personal protective equipment to any Roseville business that has opened in Stage 1, 2 and 3 of the California Resiliency Roadmap, including barbershops and hair salons.  

This state run, locally administered program allows businesses to receive free PPE, including ten face coverings per employee and hand sanitizer, while supplies last. 

Submit your request.

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Roseville Independent Redistricting Commission to develop Council district boundaries for 2022 election

Beginning with the 2022 election, Roseville City Council district boundaries will be created by an Independent Redistricting Commission following a unanimous vote of the Roseville City Council at its June 3 meeting.   

In November 2019, the City Council voted to move from at-large to district-based election starting in 2020. 

The district boundary map for the 2020 election was created by the City Council using the most recent census data, which was from 2010, as required by law.  The district boundaries for the 2022 election will use 2020 census data.

As an independent body, the Commission will be empowered to adopt the district boundaries, without City Council approval.

Read more

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COVID-19 3 Cs

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COVID-19 testing

Mahany Park

Mahany Park Open Space Trail Project input wanted

The City is studying the feasibility of a paved multi-use trail through Mahany Park open space.This potential trail would ultimately connect with existing and proposed trails to the east and west, and is part of the City's Bicycle Master Plan.

Your feedback is important and will help shape the future of the trail project.

Learn more about the project and take a short survey by Friday, June 12.

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Baseline road closure map

Road work to close portion of Baseline Road overnight

Road work will temporarily close Baseline Road between Fiddyment Road and Watt Avenue during the following times:

  • 9 p.m. Thursday, June 11 through 4:30 a.m. Friday, June 12; and
  • 9 p.m. Friday, June 12 through 6 a.m. Saturday, June 13.

Please choose an alternate route, or signs for the detour on Walerga Road, PFE Road, and Watt Avenue.

Learn more.

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July 4 2020

4th of July is going to look a little different this year without the parade through the downtown, festivities in Royer Park or the fireworks show at the fairgrounds. BUT, but don't forget to complete your free virtual parade entry this week so we can still celebrate together.


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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