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We Are Roseville - March 9, 2021


March 9, 2021

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City Council approves land sale for future jobs site

A large regional jobs center is one step closer to reality following Roseville City Council approval for the sale of 6382 Phillip Road to Panattoni Development Company on Wednesday, March 3. The future Roseville Industrial Park would allow the city to compete nationally in attracting employers to the area. 

“This site provides an ideal opportunity to drive significant job growth and economic activity,” said City of Roseville Economic Development Director Laura Matteoli. “Roseville has a reputation for offering a combination of lifestyle, educated talent pool and business value, which is attractive for prospective companies.”  

The approximately 236-acre greenfield parcel, with 191 developable acres, is located north of a planned six-lane western extension of Blue Oaks Boulevard. The planned six-lane regional Placer Parkway, connecting Highway 65 and 99, bisects the northern part of the property.

Find out more

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Roseville Press-Tribune: "Roseville operates on uniquely independent scope"

The Roseville Press-Tribune recently looked into what it takes to keep our City operating at a high level in so many different areas. 

Ever wonder how much work goes into running the city of Roseville?

Curious as to how much assistance Roseville City Manager Dominick Casey requires for the most populated city in Placer County?

The short answer is: More than most cities.

“There’s just nothing like Roseville in terms of its size and scope,” Casey said. “People don’t recognize the scope and the breadth of this city and the operations that come with that."

Read the entire article here.

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Give us your perspective about local government - survey closes tomorrow March 10

To get a comprehensive and accurate picture of Roseville residents’ perspectives about local government, the City of Roseville is conducting the National Community Survey.

The National Community Survey is conducted in 500 cities in nearly every state in the country. Roseville is participating in order to benchmark and track satisfaction levels and priorities over time in our community.

In January, 3,000 randomly selected Roseville households were invited by mail to participate in the survey. 

Now all Roseville residents have the opportunity to participate in an online version of the survey here. The survey closes at midnight, Wednesday, March 10.

The results of the survey will be presented at the City Council Strategic Plan workshop in April and shared on the city’s website.

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COVID vaccinations expanded

The county's COVID-19 vaccination clinic @the Grounds is now open to workers in the food and agriculture sector along with all other individuals in Phase 1A and Phase 1B Tier 1.

Proof of employment in Placer County is required. See the clinic FAQ for commonly asked questions. 

Check placer.ca.gov/vaccineclinics for first dose appointment availability.

To be notified when large batches of new appointments become available going forward, text PLACERVACCINE to the number 898211 to receive text alerts.

To get the most up-to-date information about vaccine supply and appointments in Placer County, visit placer.ca.gov/vaccine

In Placer County Public Health's monthly COVID-19 update, find answers to some frequently asked questions about vaccine data and the newly-available Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

COVID-19 elderly vaccinations

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Video: What's Happening in Roseville for March

We're back with our monthly video update to provide you information on the vaccine, how to maximize your COR fitness membership, and more Roseville news in our March update.

Watch here!

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Help protect seniors from scams

While people of all ages can and do fall for scams, scammers often target seniors.  

Scammers know that many seniors have money to spend and are from an older generation that trust others and are polite to strangers.

If you have older relatives or loved ones, they may not be as cautious or savvy when it comes to scams.  

Here are a few ways you can help protect them from getting scammed.

Miner's Ravine Trail closure

Caltrans widening I-80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street

Caltrans is performing major construction work to widen the Interstate 80 westbound on-ramp at Atlantic Street. Completion is expected in fall 2022. 

Because construction will intermittently close a portion of the Miner's Ravine Trail, please follow the bike and pedestrian detour, or choose an alternate route. 

Learn more here.

watershed American River

Why the Sacramento Region's watershed is 'super' and a buffer against climate change

"In the future, people and businesses will choose to put down roots in communities that have proactively made decisions about climate adaptation to ensure a viable future. We want them to choose the Sacramento region, where we are privileged to live in the watershed that serves us so well." -  by Bruce Houdesheldt, vice mayor of the city of Roseville and Jeff Harris, a council member for the city of Sacramento. Both are board members of the Sacramento Regional Water Authority.

Read the article here.

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Behind on your electric bill?

While disconnections for non-payment are currently on hold due to COVID-19, the balance on your City of Roseville utility account is still accumulating. We are here to help. 

Our team is here to help navigate a path forward, including customized payment plans. We can also help determine if you are eligible for other available resources. We strongly encourage residents with a past due balance to pay what you can now. Take the necessary steps today.

Call 916-774-5300 or visit roseville.ca.us/assistance.

City housing updates

The City has prepared three housing-related program updates that are needed due to changes in state law:

  • updates to the City’s Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinance,
  • updates to the City’s Density Bonus Ordinance, and
  • the adoption of objective design standards to review qualifying affordable housing projects. 

The changes and additions are limited to those needed to make the programs consistent with current state regulations.

Review more details on these updates here. 

Important COVID-19 links:

Reopen Placer

City of Roseville COVID-19 information

COVID-19 in California

Placer County COVID-19 information

California Department of Public Health


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