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We Are Roseville - May 25, 2021

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May 25, 2021


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Fiscal responsibility with a focus on recovery frames City’s proposed FY2021-22 budget

The City of Roseville’s proposed $571 million Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget is available for public review.

Download the Budget in Brief, a simplified view of the budget highlights, and an overview of major revenue sources and expenditures.

With a focus on responsible recovery, the proposed FY2021-22 budget does not include any General Fund service level reductions, and only includes the most critical increases given the continued uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.

Of an overall City budget of $571 million, only $176 million comprises the proposed FY2021-22 General Fund operating budget. The majority of the remaining $395 million in funding is dedicated toward electric, water, wastewater, and waste services utility operations.

Public budget hearings will be held at 4 p.m., Tuesday, June 1. The City Council will consider the final budget for adoption at its regular public meeting, 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 16.

The proposed FY2021-22 city budget can be viewed here.


COVID-19 orange tier

Placer County moves into the Orange Tier

Today, the California Department of Public Health announced that Placer County's COVID metrics have qualified the county to enter the orange tier, a few weeks prior to the state's move "Beyond the Blueprint" anticipated for June 15.

Here is a reminder around activities and capacities permitted under the orange tier. 


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The Roseville Aquatics Complex opens this weekend

Here comes summer! The Roseville Aquatics Complex opens this Saturday, May 29. Come jump in for recreational swim on Saturdays & Sundays. Plus, enjoy extended hours for the Memorial Day holiday. Reservations are required.

For information on hours and reservations, visit the Aquatics tab on the Experience PRL webpage. 

Make a reservation


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Most Roseville City offices are closed May 31 in observance of Memorial Day

Refuse service follows its regular, daily pick-up schedule. The City remains staffed to provide safety and emergency services. Administrative offices and public counters are closed.

  • Downtown Passport Facility closed.
  • Adventure Clubs closed.
  • Maidu Community Center, Maidu Museum & Historic Site,
    Utility Exploration Center and all libraries closed.
  • No Roseville Transit Commuter, Local, or ADA Paratransit services.
    Dial-A-Ride operates 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Reservations are required at the following locations due to capacity limitations.
For more information visit roseville.ca.us/PRLservices

  • Roseville Sports Center open 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., no group fitness classes.
  • Mike Shellito Indoor Pool open 7 - 11 a.m., no group fitness classes.
  • Roseville Aquatics Complex Recreational swim open 1-3 p.m. & 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Corridor Plans

What’s your vision for Roseville’s commercial corridors?

The City of Roseville is developing plans to improve three commercial corridors along Atlantic Street, Douglas and Harding Boulevard, and Douglas and Sunrise Avenue.

Corridor Project map

Stop by a virtual open house to learn more and provide your input:

5 - 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 9
Register here

The plans will reimagine possible future developments for each corridor to create vibrant and walkable streets with thriving businesses, community gathering places, and new housing options mixed with retail and office spaces.

Learn more about the project here. 


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Roseville water customers urged to voluntary conserve 10 percent to manage drought conditions

Given the Governor’s Executive Order declaring a statewide drought this week, Roseville encourages customers to reduce their water use voluntarily by 10 percent.

This will allow us to preserve storage in Folsom Lake, minimize water supply impacts as we approach the fall and winter months, and safeguard obligations Roseville and other water providers have made to protect the environment and the Lower American River.

Find out more.


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Disconnections for non-payment of electric utility bills resuming this summer - make a payment plan now

Don’t wait any longer. Electric disconnections for non-payment are resuming in the near future.

For Roseville residents with a past due utility balance, suspension of disconnections will end early this summer. If you are behind on your electric bill, reach out now about a payment plan.

Please call our customer service team today at (916) 774-5300. Payments can also be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by visiting our website at roseville.ca.us/billpay.


Master Gardener

Get the most out of your vegetable garden

The sun is shining, your garden is planted and you can almost taste the veggies of your labor. But are you getting the most from your garden?

Join Master Gardeners on June 25 as they discuss frequently asked questions about pest management, fertilizing, and caring for your veggies during the heat of summer.

To register for this upcoming webinar, visit roseville.ca.us/gardeningworkshops.


We Are Roseville grad 2021

Show your We Are Roseville spirit with 2021 grad signs

Get and show off your We Are Roseville 2021 High School graduation signs. We have them available in your local high school colors, or color your own. 

We'd love to see you in your cap and gown showing your We Are Roseville spirit. Make sure to post the photos using #WeAreRoseville.

Get your sign here.


Serve your community by applying to join a city commission

The Roseville City Council is accepting applications from citizens 18 or older residing within the City limits of Roseville interested in serving on city commissions. We have the following vacancies:

  • Design Committee - One vacancy
  • Economic Development Advisory Committee - Three vacancies
  • Grants Advisory Commission - Two vacancies
  • Local Sales Tax Citizens’ Oversight Committee - Two vacancies
  • Planning Commission - Two vacancies
  • Public Utilities Commission - Three vacancies

The application deadline is noon, Friday, May 28. Appointments are scheduled to be made at the June 16 City Council Meeting.

Applications and more information about each commission can be found here. 


summer youth bus pass

Ride transit unlimited all summer

Ride unlimited June 1 – August 31 on Roseville Transit and throughout south Placer with the $10 Summer Youth Bus Pass.

Passes are now on sale. Learn more. 


Keep Placer Moving PCTPA

Help plan for the future of transportation

Join the conversation and help Placer County Transportation Planning Agency plan for the way you travel.

Register to attend an upcoming online community meeting. 

Thursday, May 27
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Can't attend? Watch a replay.

Visit keepplacermoving.com/register.


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