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We Are Roseville - September 15, 2020

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September 15, 2020


COVID-19 Placer Update

Here is the weekly COVID-19 update from Placer County Public Health, which this week answers some questions around testing rates.

The Placer County Board of Supervisors took action last week to rescind their local health emergency. It is important to remember that we are still under the State Order and still must adhere to the State Guidelines.

Rescinding the local health emergency declaration does not mean COVID-19 is no longer a health risk.

  • We are not able to reopen as usual
  • Businesses need to continue to follow COVID protocols
  • Schools can only open with precautions in place
  • State orders still apply

The City will continue our enforcement efforts focused on education and compliance based on the state guidance.


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Air quality advisory extended for Placer County through at least Friday

An air quality advisory has been issued by the Placer County Health Officer and Placer County Air Pollution Control District through at least Friday, September 18, due to continued poor air quality conditions from smoke from the numerous wildfires throughout the state.

Keep in mind that air quality can change rapidly at different times during the day due to wind shifts; therefore, it is important to monitor the smoke throughout the day in your area and make outdoor plans accordingly.


116. S Grant Street downtown building

Post office now open in new downtown location

On Monday, the United States Postal Service moved their Downtown Roseville storefront to 116 S. Grant St. The new location is now open, just a block away from their previous location. 

Find out more


Charter amendment resource guide mailer

Keep an eye out in the mail for your resource guide to Roseville ballot measures

How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy.

For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how the city conducts business is the City Charter. Every 10 years, residents volunteer on the Charter Review Commission to determine whether amendments to the Charter should be recommended to the City Council.

This time, the City Council placed nine amendments on the November ballot for the voters to make the final decision.

A resource guide about these nine amendments will be arriving in your mailbox soon.

Find more election information at roseville.ca.us/election


Libraries and MMHS reopening

All three Roseville libraries are reopening on Friday, September 18. Hours at all three libraries are 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. Learn more.

You can also now visit inside the Maidu Museum from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Learn more.


Adventure Club

Adventure Club opens

Dry Creek Elementary Schools are returning to the classroom for hybrid learning and Adventure Club is here to help with your childcare needs. Adventure Club offers on-campus childcare with a variety of enrollment options.

If your child is in a Roseville City School District, we are continuing to offer distance-learning childcare and preparing for the future return to the classroom.

Find out more

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Preschool options

With some schools returning to campus, we are bringing back in-person preschool options for those who are interested while also offering a virtual option for people who would prefer to keep their little ones home, but still want preschool level learning options.

Find out more


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Find out if you qualify for electric rate assistance

Did you know that Roseville customers who meet income criteria can receive a discount on their electric bill?

Our Electric Rate Assistance Program provides income-qualified customers a 15% monthly discount on their electric bill.

We also have a number of other programs and resources available to help, including a short-term assistance program designed to support residents who may be struggling financially as a result of COVID-19. Qualifying customers will receive a one-time credit on their electric bill.

Discover if you are eligible by visiting roseville.ca.us/assistance.


Small buisiness CDBG loans

Apply for Small Business Assistance Loans

The City of Roseville has been awarded CARES Act Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in response to COVID-19.

These funds are providing up to $20,000 to small businesses to support job retention for low and moderate-income individuals. 

Find out more here


Mayor Allard and Norm Woods prostate cancer

Defeating prostate cancer with testing and funding

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, an important cause for Roseville Mayor John B. Allard II and Norm Woods, a senior wastewater treatment plant operator for the City of Roseville. John and Norm’s message to men? Get tested!

Mayor Allard is a prostate cancer survivor celebrating three years of being cancer-free. Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer and the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men.

Read more


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What goes into your green waste bin

Lawn clippings, prunings, leaves, weeds and Christmas Trees are all the things you can put into your green waste bin.  Anything else should be trashed or recycled.

These items in your green waste bin are put to good use. We actually transport the green waste material to the Materials Recovery Facility off Fiddyment and Athens (in the photo above) where it is recycled and turned into compost.

This allows us to reduce the amount of waste that goes into the landfill and, instead, we create a usable product for customers to purchase.

Read more


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Start your journey to drive electric with this free webinar

Is an electric vehicle right for you? Join Roseville Electric Utility for a free webinar from 12 – 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 1 to get an overview of electric vehicle basics before making this very important decision.

Sign up here


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Grow your landscaping knowledge in a free irrigation webinar

Learn different methods on how to improve your landscape’s efficiency in our free Optimize Your Landscape webinar at noon, Friday, September 18.

Whether you’re looking for a simple solution like an irrigation timer upgrade or you’re ready to convert your lawn from grass to a drought-tolerant landscape, our pros can help you make the right choice for you.

Sign up here


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City seeks Youth Commissioners to serve in 2021

We are recruiting for high school students interested in serving as a youth representative on the City’s Library Board, Parks & Recreation Commission, Grants Advisory Commission, and the Transportation Commission.  

Interested? Learn more 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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