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May 26, 2020

Places of worship in Placer County can now hold religious services and funerals with limited attendance

Under new state guidance released Monday by the California Department of Public Health, places of worship in Placer County can now hold religious services and funerals that limit attendance to 25% of a building's capacity – or up to 100 attendees, whichever is lower, with approval by the local health department. The county health officer has approved this resumption.

Find the guidance here.


Hair salons and barbershop guidance COVID-19

Hair salons and barbershops can reopen in Placer

Tuesday, the state released updated guidance allowing the opening of hair salons and barbershops. Not all services will be available however.

Operations must be limited to services that can be provided with both the worker and customer wearing face coverings for the entirety of the service.

For example, haircuts, weaves and extensions, braiding, lock maintenance, wig maintenance, hair relaxing treatments, and color services can be provided.

Services that cannot be performed with face coverings on both the worker and customer or that require touching the customer’s face, e.g., eyelash services, eyebrow waxing and threading, facials, etc., should be suspended until those types of services are allowed to resume.

Find the updated guidance here.


We are Roseville

City’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21 available for review online

The City's proposed Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget is available for review at www.roseville.ca.us/budget.

Read more about the City’s financial situation and outlook in the City Manager’s Budget Message

You can provide comments in advance of the budget workshop by emailing publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The next opportunity for live public input will be at the City Council’s annual budget workshop at 4 p.m. June 1 (and June 2 if needed) in Council Chambers, 311 Vernon St.


Medi-cal COVID-19 testing

COVID-19 distancing

Find tools and resources to help your business reopen responsibly

Placer County and the City of Roseville are committed to working through California’s Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home Order.

To help businesses prepare for state authorized reopening, the Reopen Placer website has checklists and other useful information for your business to open responsibly.

Find out more on the Reopen Placer website.


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 our survey here.


Maidu Museum & Historic Site trail opening

If you are ready to do something a little different, come visit the Maidu Museum & Historic Site to explore the outdoor trail.

While walking along the trail, get a glimpse of the history of Nisenan Maidu who called this place home for thousands of years through bedrock mortars, ancient petroglyphs and native plants.

Access to this historic site is generally only accessible with paid admission to the museum, but access to the trail is free at this time.

Get more information


Washing hands at restaurant

Water line flushing before business resumes

Businesses that are reopening after an extended shutdown should consider flushing plumbing fixtures of stagnant water before resuming normal operations.

Stagnant or standing water has the potential to cause conditions that increase the risk for growth and spread of Legionella and other biofilm-associated bacteria.

Learn about the recommended steps here.



We Are Roseville graduates

We Are Roseville - Class of 2020

Our grads need some extra love this year. Visit roseville.ca.us/WeAreRoseville to download our new We Are Roseville signs made just for them. There's a blank sign to color in with your school colors for the younger grads.

Share your photos in your caps and gowns holding your sign.Tag us and include #WeAreRoseville so we can build this virtual community together.

Keep an eye out for banners from the City on both sides of the Washington Boulevard Underpass congratulating all of our graduates in the Class of 2020. We’re so proud of you!


PW, Roseville Transit Sierra Gardens Bus Stop, Sept 2019, 2000 px

Roseville Transit route changes

Take note of the following temporary Roseville Transit route changes, effective Tuesday, May 26.

  • Route C: time changes, increased frequency
  • Route E: suspended due to Sierra College closure
  • Route F: time changes, increased frequency
  • Route G: suspended due to Sierra College closure

Learn more. 

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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