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We Are Roseville - November 24, 2020


November 24, 2020

Curfew COVID information

Limited Stay at Home order in effect

To protect essential workers, high-risk individuals, decrease hospitalizations and deaths, the California Department of Public Health issued a limited Stay at Home Order to stop all non-essential work and activities from 10 p.m.-5 a.m. in purple tier counties through December 21. Placer County moved into the purple tier last week.

Learn more.

COVID testing in Roseville

A OptumServe COVID-19 testing site is now open at the Maidu Activity Center, 1960 Johnson Ranch Drive.

Appointments can be made at lhi.care/covidtesting

COVID-19 safety tips for the holidays

“Remember, when we wear a mask or forgo a higher risk activity, we aren’t just protecting ourselves, we’re giving a gift to all of those people around us who might suffer more if they are infected with the virus,” said Health and Human Services Director and Interim Health Officer Dr. Rob Oldham.

Start thinking about ways to connect during this meaningful time of year while giving the gift of health to our loved ones with these holiday safety tips from Placer County Health.


City offices closed November 26-27 for Thanksgiving

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.
  • Maidu Community Center, Roseville Sports Center, Utility Exploration Center and all libraries closed.
  • No Roseville Transit on Thanksgiving.
  • No Commuter service on the day after Thanksgiving. Local, Dial-A-Ride, and Paratransit services operate normally.
  • Maidu Museum & Historic Site (Trail only) open 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Friday
  • Mike Shellito Indoor Pool: visit roseville.ca.us/fitness for hours

Small Business Saturday 2020

Support Roseville small businesses - shop local

Tis the season to share joy—and show love for our small businesses. Let’s shop small on Small Business Saturday, November 28 and all season long.


Roseville named in Top 10 Places to Retire in U.S.

Roseville is the 9th best city to retire in the United States in Money's latest Best Places to Retire list.

The abundance of shopping choices, outdoor recreational opportunities, great weather, and proximity to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, wineries and San Francisco are all mentioned by Money.com as reasons for the ranking. 

To pick the retirement destinations Money put the greatest weight on quality of life factors (like weather and percentage of residents age 50 or above), cost of living, health and safety amenities and the housing market.

Find out more.

digital cities survey winner 2020

Roseville wins national award for technology efforts

Roseville has been recognized nationally for the city's efforts to improve our digital experience for residents and businesses. Through these efforts, interacting online with the City is more cyber-secure, digital-friendly, business-efficient and technology-resilient.

Find out more

Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots drop-off sites

Our community has always generously donated new unwrapped toys for those in need and we hope the tradition continues this year.

This holiday season our Roseville fire stations will not be drop off locations for the Toys for Tots program in an effort to limit the public interaction with our crews as we work to keep everyone healthy.

The following locations in our community will have drop off boxes at their sites:

  • Maidu Library, 1530 Maidu Drive
  • Riley Library, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.
  • Downtown Library, 225 Taylor Street
  • Roseville Fire Administration, 316 Vernon Street
  • Ace Hardware, 108A Harding Blvd. (across from Trader Joe’s)
  • World Market, 1120 Galleria Blvd. (near Bed, Bath & Beyond)
  • 24 Hr. Fitness, 336 N. Sunrise (across from the Auto Mall)
  • Bass Pro Shops, 5472 Crossings Drive (off Sierra College at I-80)

Neighborhood Santa banner shot, 2018, 770 x 540 px

Neighborhood Santa visits even more routes

Santa and his crew of elf and City staff helpers are returning to Roseville to help you celebrate the holidays by visiting more neighborhoods than ever before.

Learn more and view routes and times.

Tree Grove

Help spread holiday cheer in this year's Tree Grove

We are expanding the number of holiday trees in this year's Tree Grove in Vernon Street Town Square and need you to be a part of spreading holiday cheer while promoting your business, showing community pride, or highlighting a non-profit group - or just having fun decorating. Applications to be a part of this year's expanded Tree Grove are available now. 

Find out more.

Home for the holidays 2020

Home for the Holidays exhibit moves online

Please visit roseville.ca.us/homeforholidays for games, activities, and crafts your family can enjoy at home as well as tips and tricks on how to save during the holiday season.

Leaf Pickup - Tink Machine II, 770 x 540 px

Curbside leaf pickup available

Are your leaves starting to pile up? Let us pick them up. Free curbside leaf pickup is available throughout Roseville through January 15. Help prevent fallen front yard leaves from clogging storm drains.

Learn how you can participate.

Placer Shares Impact Grants

Apply for nonprofit grants through December 7

To date, Placer County has invested over $9 million this year to help our small businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. An additional $5 million is now available to fund business anchors and our critical nonprofit safety net programs that provide mental health services, food insecurity aid and housing assistance.

Learn more.

Independent Redistricting Commission application period is open

Every 10 years, after the U.S. Census, the City of Roseville must re-establish the boundaries for City Council districts. 

In 2021, a Roseville Independent Redistricting Commission made up entirely of community members will be formed to establish those district boundaries.

Residents interested in applying for the Commission need to return the application form and Statement of Economic Interests form to the Roseville City Clerk by 5 p.m., Tuesday, January 19, 2021.

More information and applications forms can be found 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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The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here to:
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