Emergency rental and utility assistance now available
In order to help prevent housing instability or potential eviction, the City of Roseville and Placer County are accepting applications for emergency rental assistance through April 30, 2021 at RentHelpPlacer.com
The Rent Help Placer program will provide financial assistance to income eligible households who are unable to pay for rent and utilities due to a financial hardship caused by COVID-19.
Attend a virtual community meeting about development and construction in west Placer County hosted by Placer County Supervisor and former Roseville Mayor Bonnie Gore.
Hear about what you can expect to see in the next year, what efforts are being made to mitigate the issues—including the expansion of Baseline Road—and how our community will look in the future, once these plans are completed.
Roseville planners and Public Works officials will be presenting information and answering questions along with Placer County representatives.
Candlelight vigil scheduled for Atlanta shooting victims
Thursday, March 25 7 p.m.
Vernon Street Town Square
A community led candlelight vigil will remember and honor the victims from the Atlanta shootings and show support for the Asian American community.
Resurfacing work set for a number of Roseville streets
Sixty-five lane miles of streets will be resurfaced throughout Roseville this year. Construction is anticipated tobegin Monday, March 29 and be completed by late fall of 2021.
Keep an eye on digital message boards for current work dates and times in each area. Working hours will vary depending on traffic volumes and scheduled to minimize disruption to motorists, residents, businesses and visitors.
The cost of delivering utility services continues to rise and to keep pace with these increased costs, your Environmental Utilities is proposing utility rate adjustments for water, wastewater, and waste services (trash and recycling.)
The rate adjustment proposal will offset costs of infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation, compliance with current and future regulations (including unfunded mandates), and to ensure continued high quality services.
Heard those loud 'booms' in and around Roseville, especially in the evening?
After receiving reports of the mysterious sound, the Placer County Agricultural Commissioner's Office investigated and confirmed that several farms northwest of Roseville have over the past few weeks been using a tool called a 'bird scare cannon' to keep geese from destroying more of this year's already heavily damaged crop.
The cannon, or zon gun, is a small, propane-fired device that emits 'thunderclaps' to frighten off birds. It does not fire a projectile and is a standard agricultural practice and harmless to the animals.
According to the Placer County Agricultural Commissioner's Office, zon gun use is allowable at night (when geese are feeding) under the county's right-to-farm ordinance but is seasonal.
I-80 westbound Atlantic Street on-ramp scheduled for overnight closure
Caltrans is scheduled to close the westbound Interstate 80 on-ramp at Atlantic Street for construction activities on Thursday, March 25 and Friday, March 26, between 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.
During the overnight ramp closure, westbound I-80 motorists will be detoured along Harding Boulevard or North Sunrise Avenue to Douglas Boulevard.
Weather or unexpected events may affect the schedule.
Make yourself a coffee and join Roseville City Councilmember Scott Alvord and other community members online to discuss city-related topics including what's happening in our city, project updates, community and economy topics.
Free virtual workshop for Roseville teachers
All Roseville teachers are invited to attend a free two-part workshop series, Low Floor, High Ceiling - Making Science Tasks More Spacious.
Low Floor, High Ceiling experiences are those with easy access points for all learners (low floor), and the potential for expansive thinking (high ceiling).
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) wants to find important places that people want to walk, wheel, or bike to in the region. Your input will help SACOG work with cities and counties to connect our region with trails.
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.