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  1. June 2, 2020 City monitors public safety; make sure you get trusted and verified information Though our city has not experienced unrest, public safety personnel have been closely monitoring the events of the past few days throughout the region. We will continue to ensure people’s constitutionally protected rights to peacefully demonstrate. We’re aware there may be opportunistic individuals who take advantage of a situation to commit criminal activity, and we’re prepared to respond. Out of an abundance of caution, our police department has taken proactive and preventative measures, including enhancing patrol staffing throughout our city. We’re aware of several reports of misinformation on social media. For trusted and verified information follow: Facebook: @RosevilleCaliforniaPolice , Twitter: @RSVL_Police, and the city website, www.roseville.ca.us. Please use caution when distributing or sharing unverified rumors you see online. Board of Supervisors requests to move into Stage 3 Pointing to Placer County’s success at flattening the COVID-19 curve and the proactive efforts of the local business community to prepare for safely reopening, the county Board of Supervisors last week unanimously approved a resolution to request permission from the state to move into Stage 3 of California’s reopening roadmap. On May 12, Placer County became one of the first counties in the state to receive a variance to move more quickly than the state through Stage 2. The May 26 resolution follows a similar proposal approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on May 19. In addition, the Placer County Board of Supervisors approved a study of Placer’s local COVID-19 infection rate to move forward. The seroprevalence study would investigate how many residents have been infected with COVID-19 by testing for antibodies in a representative pool of volunteer residents, which could provide better insight into the county’s overall COVID-19 infection and mortality rates. You can read more here. . City Council holding Budget Workshop and regular scheduled meeting this week The City Council's annual Budget Workshop will be held at 4 p.m. today, Tuesday, June 2. The City Council will hold its regular meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday. You can provide comments during the meetings by phoning 916-774-5353 or emailing publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The City's proposed Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget can be viewed at roseville.ca.us/budget. Read more about the City’s financial situation and outlook in the City Manager’s Budget Message. . While COVID-19 is still present, these 3 Cs will help keep our community healthy. . 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 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. . 4th of July is going to look a little different this year without the parade through the downtown, festivities in Royer Park or the fireworks show at the fairgrounds. BUT, but don't forget to complete your free virtual parade entry this week so we can still celebrate together. . 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 . Roseville Transit temporary service changes Commuter service to downtown Sacramento is subject to change due to current conditions. Watch for updates on Twitter and Facebook. 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 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  2. COVID-19 United States Cases by County - Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center CORONAVIRUS.JHU.EDU Johns Hopkins U.S. County Level COVID-19 Tracking Map
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    Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association (FFNA) & WestPark Neighborhood Association (WNA) combined Public Meeting TUESDAY June 9th - 7:00 PM - ONLINE Video Meeting Agenda is attached and on Fiddymentfarm.org
  4. 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 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. . 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. . 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 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. . 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 . 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 - 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! . 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 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  5. May 20, 2020 Message from the Mayor: Moving to reopen and looking out for each other Last week, our community began a phased reopening. This brings mixed feelings throughout our community. Since March, we’ve heard from people with opposing points of view passionately insist that their perspective is the correct approach. The approach the City of Roseville is following is the law of the state. I’m asking for us to show patience and grace with each other. Everyone is adjusting to new social norms and new ways of doing things—things that we used to do without a second thought now take planning and intention. As we move forward in a different world, we want to maintain the progress we’ve made in slowing the virus. A reopening doesn’t mean a return to the life we once knew. Social distancing, hand-washing and the other safety directives remain imperative. Read the entire message here. . City’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21 available for review online Our budget-approval process continues for Fiscal Year 2020-21, which begins July 1. The process began last fall with a public workshop where the City Council Strategic Plan was developed. Two planned public open houses on the budget were to occur in March, but were canceled as physical-distancing measures and restrictions on public gatherings took effect. Today, May 20, the City posted the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21. You can view it here: www.roseville.ca.us/budget. For a narrative overview of the City’s financial situation and outlook, you can read 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. . City Council to hear Charter Review Commission’s recommendation to establish Independent Redistricting Commission at tonight’s meeting You can read here about the agenda item at the May 20 Council meeting, which begins at 6 p.m., and watch the broadcast and livestream of City Council and commission meetings on our YouTube channel, and Comcast 14, Consolidated 73, and AT&T Uverse. Due to physical distancing requirements and health protocol at this time, you can provide public comment on agenda items or during the public comment opportunities on the agenda, email publiccomment@roseville.ca.us or call (916) 774-5353. . 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. . As the statewide stay-at-home order is modified, and our county moves further into Stage 2, it's important we all continue to take safety precautions as we venture out and support our local businesses. If you are ready to do something a little different, come visit the Maidu Museum & Historic Site, to explore the outdoor trail beginning Thursday, May 21. 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 info 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. . Staying home doesn't have to mean being bored. Recreation To Go kits provide creative and fun things to do at home each month. Discounts for kits for multiple kids. Limited number of kits available. Find more information at roseville.ca.us/recreationtogo . 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! . . . Overnight road closure Utility work will close E. Roseville Parkway between Douglas Boulevard and Olympus Drive from 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 19 through 5 a.m. Wednesday, May 20. Please follow detour signs or choose an alternate route. . 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: 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 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  6. Project Address: 1950 Blue Oaks Boulevard Project Owner/Applicant: Joe Zawidski, Signature Management Company Project Planner: Kinarik Shallow, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 746-1309 or kshallow@roseville.ca.us Project Description: The proposed project is a retail shopping center consisting of an approximate 35,000 square-foot anchor grocery store, a 12-pump gas station with an approximate 3,500 square-foot convenience store and car wash, and seven additional buildings ranging in size from approximately 3,750 square feet to 9,750 square feet. The project includes a Design Review Permit to review the site design and proposed buildings, a Tree Permit to remove native oak trees on the westerly portion of the site, and a Tentative Subdivision Map to subdivide the parcel into eight (8) lots. The project will require one (1) public hearing before the Planning Commission. Project Related Documents (as of February 2020): (updates will be posted at the city website ) Projects of Interest - City of Roseville WWW.ROSEVILLE.CA.US Site plan.pdf Elevations.pdf Landscape plan.pdf Grading & Utility Plan.pdf
  7. With warm weather and longer days comes yard work. Many residents keep their lawn equipment and other valuables inside their garage. It is not uncommon for residents to leave their garage door open while they are outside working. This may be convenient, but it is an open invitation to a burglar. Even if you are out front mowing, a criminal can quickly slip into your garage and enter your home. This can happen in a matter of five seconds or less. Secure your garage door Here are a few more tips to keep criminals out of your garage. Don’t leave your opener in your car. If a thief breaks into your car and steals the remote, he has an easy way into your home. Secure the emergency release. If you are away from home on a trip, use a zip-tie to secure the emergency release. Make sure the garage door is closed. When leaving your home, don’t just hit the remote and drive away. Stop to make sure the garage door closes and stays down. Check the garage door before going to bed. It is not uncommon for night shift officers to run across an open garage door. Close the garage door all the way down. A criminal can easily slip under a partially open door. Secure your home Neighbors play a key role in preventing home thefts. Homeowners that have good relationships with their neighbors are less likely to be victimized. Neighbors looking out for each other and reporting suspicious activity will help reduce crime. Follow these tips to keep crooks out of your home. Padlock the side gate of your home. If a criminal can easily walk into your backyard, they’ll have a great place to hide while they attempt to break into your home. Lock all your doors. Whenever you leave home, make sure all the doors to your home are locked. This includes the side garage door and the door from your garage to your house. These are often overlooked by the homeowner. Close and lock your windows when you leave even if it is for a short time. With warmer weather you may be tempted to leave the windows open to let in fresh air. Open windows will also let in a thief. If you have an alarm system make sure to use it. Arm your system every time you leave. Post signs to let a potential thief know that you have a security system. You can reduce your chances of becoming a victim of home theft by following some simple rules every time you leave home. Don’t make your home an easy target for a criminal this season. Check out some other tips on our video
  8. May 12, 2020 Placer received local variance from state Placer County has been given the green light by the California Department of Public Health to begin moving further into Stage 2 of California’s Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home Order. Today, the Placer County COVID-19 Variance Attestation submission was officially posted on the CDPH website, allowing the county to begin reopening additional businesses in Stage 2 that had been closed under the state’s current order. Read more here. . . 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. . City Council supports state framework to allow regional variance in reopening timelines In a letter to Governor Newsom May 6, the City Council wrote: "We believe your provisions allowing regions and counties to implement public health measures that are less restrictive than the statewide public health directives, once they have complied with the process defined by the state, is the proper approach and provides a fitting framework for moving the state forward. Since the very beginning of the health crisis, our community has understood the seriousness of the issue and has risen to the task of complying stridently with the Stage 1 requirements. Similarly, our city has remained on the front line helping our residents stay safe and in their homes and continuing to deliver emergency and essential services as needed. Based on these efforts, Placer County’s coronavirus data proves that the County Health Officer’s decisions and the community’s adherence to them have slowed the spread of the virus. We are thankful that Placer County has flattened the curve." Read the entire letter from the City Council to the Governor here . COVID-19 testing site open in Roseville A COVID-19 testing site is accepting appointments in Roseville. Visit lhi.care/covidtesting or call 1-888-634-1123 during business hours to make an appointment for testing. You can make an appointment even with mild symptoms. . We're working for you People have asked what the City is doing during this time of uncertainty. We're working for you. See how in this new video. Community unites to provide 20,000 restaurant meals to those in need Family Meal Roseville is delivering meals prepared by local restaurants to residents experiencing food insecurity. It was designed to help both struggling residents and local restaurants weather the COVID-19 crisis. See more in our new video here. At a nominal cost of $5 a meal, the program keeps restaurants afloat and helps their employees maintain critical benefits such as health coverage. At the same time, residents experiencing food insecurity receive welcome sustenance. Read more. . Post office to remain in Downtown Roseville at new location The United State Postal Service has signed a 20-year lease for a new storefront at 116 S. Grant St. in Downtown Roseville. Read more. The game is afoot! Complete the Utilities at Home Scavenger Hunt, and you could be eligible to win a $25 gift card to a Roseville restaurant. All participants receive a prize from the Utility Exploration Center gift shop once the center reopens. Learn about your utilities while having some fun and keeping your family active and engaged. It's quick and fun, but it ends at 10 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, so start hunting now. Find out more. . 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! . It's easier than ever to participate in the 2020 Census. You can complete your Census form online or over the phone in 13 different languages! It can also be completed by mail in English or Spanish. Be counted! Visit 2020Census.gov . Planning Commission to hold virtual meeting Thursday The Roseville Planning Commission will hold its meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday May 14 through video conferencing to follow state stay-at-home orders. The meeting will be broadcast live on the city's website, the city's government access channel (Comcast 14, Consolidated Communications 73 and AT&T U-verse) and the city's YouTube channel. It will also be available on-demand on the city's website. The public can submit public comments by phone during the meetings at 916-774-5353 or by email at publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. . Bill relief available through new assistance program As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program. This short-term assistance program is 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. For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance . Get answers to your utility billing questions We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters. We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300. . See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs. We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste. Get answers here. . Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together. Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need. Visit our Roseville Cares page. Important COVID-19 links: 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 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
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    Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association (FFNA) & WestPark Neighborhood Association (WNA) combined Public Meeting TUESDAY May 12th - 7:00 PM - ONLINE Video Meeting Agenda is attached and on Fiddymentfarm.org
  10. May 8, 2020 California moves to Stage 2 of phased reopening According to Governor Newsom, the health data shows the state can begin modifying the stay-at-home order and gradually begin to restart portions of the economy. California moved into Stage 2 of modifying the stay-at-home order today. This isn't a return to normal. Retail, with curbside pickup, and associated supply chains can reopen with modifications that follow the new state guidance. Stage 2 expansion will be phased in gradually. Some communities may move through Stage 2 faster if they are able to show greater progress. Counties that have met the readiness criteria and worked with the California Department of Public Health can open more workplaces. Visit covid19.ca.gov for guidelines and more information. City Council supports state framework to allow regional variance in reopening timelines In a letter to Governor Newsom May 6, the City Council wrote: "We believe your provisions allowing regions and counties to implement public health measures that are less restrictive than the statewide public health directives, once they have complied with the process defined by the state, is the proper approach and provides a fitting framework for moving the state forward. Since the very beginning of the health crisis, our community has understood the seriousness of the issue and has risen to the task of complying stridently with the Stage 1 requirements. Similarly, our city has remained on the front line helping our residents stay safe and in their homes and continuing to deliver emergency and essential services as needed. Based on these efforts, Placer County’s coronavirus data proves that the County Health Officer’s decisions and the community’s adherence to them have slowed the spread of the virus. We are thankful that Placer County has flattened the curve." Read the entire letter from the City Council to the Governor here . COVID-19 testing site open in Roseville A COVID-19 testing site is accepting appointments in Roseville. Visit lhi.care/covidtesting or call 1-888-634-1123 during business hours to make an appointment for testing. You can make an appointment even with mild symptoms. . We're working for you People have asked what the City is doing during this time of uncertainty. We're working for you. See how in this new video. Community unites to provide 20,000 restaurant meals to those in need This week Family Meal Roseville began delivering meals prepared by local restaurants to residents experiencing food insecurity. It was designed to help both struggling residents and local restaurants weather the COVID-19 crisis. At a nominal cost of $5 a meal, the program keeps restaurants afloat and helps their employees maintain critical benefits such as health coverage. At the same time, residents experiencing food insecurity receive welcome sustenance. Read more here. . Additional park amenities have opened following closure due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Before you head out to the park, we encourage you to read this information thoroughly and be sure to bring your hand sanitizer, some water and remember to use at least 6 feet of physical distancing. Now open Restrooms Dog parks – However, seating areas are closed and the water is off. Please bring hand sanitizer for use after touching gates/fence and water for yourself and your dog. Volleyball, tennis, pickleball courts – Play is limited to singles only (one per side) Basketball courts – for physically distanced shooting of hoops, no games/practices Turf & ballfields – for physically distanced throwing, catching and/or kicking of ball, Frisbee, etc. No games or practices. Golf courses – tee times limited and must use own cart, more details under the COVD-19 tab at golfroseville.com Park & Trails Continued closures Playgrounds Drinking fountains Fitness stations Skate park Picnic areas/benches Libraries Museums Community centers COR fitness Pools Parking lot for Miner’s Ravine Trail on Sierra College – more parking info at roseville.ca.us/trailparking Read more here. 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. . Air Force flyover Roseville planned for Saturday In a special salute to healthcare workers, first responders and other essential personnel on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19, Beale AFB pilots will fly over several areas in Northern California Saturday, May 9. Look for them over Roseville around 12:20 p.m. REMEMBER TO FOLLOW PHYSICAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES WHEN VIEWING. Follow Beale Air Force Base on Facebook for updates and any changes to the schedule. . It's easier than ever to participate in the 2020 Census. You can complete your Census form online or over the phone in 13 different languages! It can also be completed by mail in English or Spanish. Be counted! Visit 2020Census.gov . Grants Advisory Commission and Planning Commission to hold virtual meetings next week The Roseville Grants Advisory Commission will hold its scheduled meeting at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday May 12 and the Planning Commission will hold its meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday May 14 through video conferencing to follow state stay-at-home orders. The meetings will be broadcast live on the city's website, the city's government access channel (Comcast 14, Consolidated Communications 73 and AT&T U-verse) and the city's YouTube channel. It will also be available on-demand on the city's website. The public can submit public comments by phone during the meetings at 916-774-5353 or by email at publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. . Bill relief available through new assistance program As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program. This short-term assistance program is 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. For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance . Get answers to your utility billing questions We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters. We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300. . See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs. We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste. Get answers here. . Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together. Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need. Visit our Roseville Cares page. Important COVID-19 links: 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 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  11. May 5, 2020 Governor Newsom provides update on California’s progress toward Stage 2 reopening Governor Newsom announced that based on the state's progress in meeting metrics tied to indicators, the state can begin to move into Stage 2 of the modifying the stay at home order this Friday, May 8. Guidelines would be released Thursday, May 7. The Governor also signed an executive order directing the State Public Health Officer to establish criteria to determine whether and how, in light of local conditions, local health officers may implement public health measures less restrictive than the statewide public health directives. Read more about Governor Newsom's announcement . COVID-19 testing site open in Roseville New COVID-19 testing sites are open and accepting appointments in Roseville and Kings Beach, along with a planned site in Grass Valley in neighboring Nevada County. Visit https://lhi.care/covidtesting or call 1-888-634-1123 during business hours to see if you are eligible for a test and make an appointment. In Roseville, @theGrounds will serve as the testing site. . We're working for you People have asked what the City is doing during this time of uncertainty. We're working for you. See how in this new video. Additional park amenities have opened following closure due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Before you head out to the park, we encourage you to read this information thoroughly and be sure to bring your hand sanitizer, some water and remember to use at least 6 feet of physical distancing. Now open Restrooms Dog parks – However, seating areas are closed and the water is off. Please bring hand sanitizer for use after touching gates/fence and water for yourself and your dog. Volleyball, tennis, pickleball courts – Play is limited to singles only (one per side) Basketball courts – for physically distanced shooting of hoops, no games/practices Turf & ballfields – for physically distanced throwing, catching and/or kicking of ball, Frisbee, etc. No games or practices. Golf courses – tee times limited and must use own cart, more details under the COVD-19 tab at golfroseville.com Park & Trails Continued closures Playgrounds Drinking fountains Fitness stations Skate park Picnic areas/benches Libraries Museums Community centers COR fitness Pools Parking lot for Miner’s Ravine Trail on Sierra College – more parking info at roseville.ca.us/trailparking Read more here. Preparing for an eventual phased re-opening of businesses This has been a difficult time for everyone, from major corporations to our local, independent businesses.The City of Roseville is here to support you and your business. We have some tools to help you prepare for an eventual re-opening, once authorization to do so is granted by the Governor. Hopefully these tools will help you think through some of the practices and policies that will allow for a safe and prosperous return to business. Learn more to prepare your business . How is your business being affected by COVID-19? The Greater Sacramento Economic Council wants to know. The data collected will help shape recovery strategies for different regions and industries within Roseville and Greater Sacramento. Take the survey here. . 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. . . City Council to hold virtual meeting on May 6 The Roseville City Council will hold its scheduled meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 6 through video conferencing to follow state stay-at-home orders. The meeting will be broadcast live on the city's website, the city's government access channel (Comcast 14, Consolidated Communications 73 and AT&T U-verse) and the city's YouTube channel. It will also be available on-demand on the city's website. The public can submit public comments by phone during the meeting at 916-774-5353 or by email at publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. . Bill relief available through new assistance program As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program. This short-term assistance program is 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. For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance . Get answers to your utility billing questions We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters. We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300. . See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs. We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste. Get answers here. . Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together. Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need. Visit our Roseville Cares page. City Charter Draft Review Report now available for public comment How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy. For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how we conduct business is our charter. Every 10 years, the Charter Review Commission determines whether amendments should be recommended to the City Council as time, perspectives, and circumstances evolve. The goal being to ensure that the charter is responsive to the changing needs of the community. The 2019-20 Charter Review Commission considered a variety of issues, gathered information from various sources, and formulated recommendations which are set forth in this Draft Charter Review Report. The report is available for public comment until May 8, 2020. Comment can be given by email at cityclerk@roseville.ca.us or by letter mailed to Roseville City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678. Important COVID-19 links: 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 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  12. May 1, 2020 State stay-at-home order still applies as Placer County health order expires As of Saturday, May 2, Placer County’s local health officer order will expire and residents will be guided by the governor’s Executive Order to shelter in place — removing any confusion over areas of difference between the two orders. This transition will allow a local focus on planning for a phased reopening in partnership with Placer County, health care and business leaders, as well as regional and state partners. Learn more and see Placer County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson's latest video. COVID-19 testing site opening next week in Roseville Placer County will soon launch two new COVID-19 testing sites, one in Roseville and the other in Kings Beach. The new testing sites will open next week. The new sites are powered through a partnership with OptumServe. Testing will be by appointment only. Additional information and location details will be released when appointments become available. A third site in Grass Valley, in neighboring Nevada County, will also be able to serve nearby Placer County residents. These sites will help more than double testing capability. In addition to offering diagnostic coronavirus testing to the general public, testing for health care workers, law enforcement and other first responders will be a priority. Placer County is now encouraging all residents with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 – even if those symptoms are mild – to get tested, whether through a provider or through an OptumServe site, as testing capacity has grown countywide. Find out more here. . A giant thank you! Did you see the heart in the sky over Sutter Health Roseville Thursday morning? It was done by the West Coast Ravens as a thank you to medical workers, first responders and essential workers.The West Coast Ravens also flew over Kaiser Permanente Roseville and other regional hospitals. . 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. . City Council to hold virtual meeting on May 6 The Roseville City Council will hold its scheduled meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 6 through video conferencing to follow state stay-at-home orders. The meeting will be broadcast live on the city's website, the city's government access channel (Comcast 14, Consolidated Communications 73 and AT&T U-verse) and the city's YouTube channel. It will also be available on-demand on the city's website. The public can submit public comments by phone during the meeting at 916-774-5353 or by email at publiccomment@roseville.ca.us. The meeting agenda can be viewed here. . California Recovery Roadmap Survey The State is building a roadmap for modifying the statewide stay at home order while maintaining community health. Californians are invited to give input on the best way to reopen different sectors of our economy. Provide your input, take the survey here . . Learn what you can do to support local businesses Despite COVID-19, there are steps you can take to support Roseville's businesses and economy: Order for pickup or delivery, Buy gift cards, Shop online or by phone, and Choose virtual classes or appointments. Show your favorite local businesses some social media love by tagging them and using the hashtag #WeAreRoseville. Learn more here. . How is your business being affected by COVID-19? The Greater Sacramento Economic Council wants to know. The data collected will help shape recovery strategies for different regions and industries within Roseville and Greater Sacramento. Take the survey here. . Bill relief available through new assistance program As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program. This short-term assistance program is 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. For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance . Get answers to your utility billing questions We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters. We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300. . Every person counted in Roseville means $10,000 over 10 years in funding for things like schools, roads, police and fire protection in our community. Fill out the Census now. We're bringing the fun to you There is something for everyone in your family with resources ranging from AARP workouts to art/crafts activities for kids, from virtual tours under the sea to Planet Protector comic books. You’ll also find new original videos each week so be sure to check the website and our social media often. Come see what there is to do The Utility Exploration Center also has games, crafts, and activities for all ages online. Stop by the site every few days as our list of resources continues to grow. Come explore with us . See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs. We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste. Get answers here. . Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together. Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need. Visit our Roseville Cares page. City Charter Draft Review Report now available for public comment How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy. For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how we conduct business is our charter. Every 10 years, the Charter Review Commission determines whether amendments should be recommended to the City Council as time, perspectives, and circumstances evolve. The goal being to ensure that the charter is responsive to the changing needs of the community. The 2019-20 Charter Review Commission considered a variety of issues, gathered information from various sources, and formulated recommendations which are set forth in this Draft Charter Review Report. The report is available for public comment until May 8, 2020. Comment can be given by email at cityclerk@roseville.ca.us or by letter mailed to Roseville City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678. Important COVID-19 links: 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 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us
  13. April 28, 2020 Governor details stages of future stay-at-home order modifications Today, Governor Newsom announced details on how California plans to modify the stay-at-home order in the future. According to the Governor's office, these modifications are based on science, health and data, and will happen in 4 stages. . California Recovery Roadmap Survey The State is building a roadmap for modifying the statewide stay at home order while maintaining community health. Californians are invited to give input on the best way to reopen different sectors of our economy. Provide your input, take the survey here . City Council urges degree of autonomy to reopen our economy in phases based on health data and safety practices During a public-health crisis, each County’s health officer is the person with the authority to make decisions about the health and safety measures that must be in place throughout the county. Contrary to what many residents believe, this authority does not exist at the city level. Cities do not have public-health experts on staff. In light of this authority and because the Placer County Health Officer’s orders have been so effective in slowing the spread of the virus, the City of Roseville has requested that Placer County Appeal to the governor to allow a degree of responsible autonomy at the county level. Counties should be given latitude to determine reopening timelines after meeting certain criteria, similar to what the federal government has given to states. Involve local leaders in plans to reopen the economy. Form an advisory task force involving leaders from public health, business, education, non-profits, government, and faith-based communities to begin planning for the safe reopening of our economy, particularly in the population and commerce hub of South Placer County." Read the City’s entire letter to the County . We Are Roseville Visit roseville.ca.us/WeAreRoseville for signs, coloring pages and activities to show your support for this town we love. Share a video or photo of you and those you are sheltering with on social media. Tag us and include #WeAreRoseville so we can build this virtual community together. . Learn what you can do to support local businesses Despite COVID-19, there are steps you can take to support Roseville's businesses and economy: Order for pickup or delivery, Buy gift cards, Shop online or by phone, and Choose virtual classes or appointments. Show your favorite local businesses some social media love by tagging them and using the hashtag #WeAreRoseville. Learn more here. . . How is your business being affected by COVID-19? The Greater Sacramento Economic Council wants to know. The data collected will help shape recovery strategies for different regions and industries within Roseville and Greater Sacramento. Take the survey here. . Bill relief available through new assistance program As part of our commitment to the community during these uncertain times, Roseville Electric Utility has created the Electric Residential Relief Program. This short-term assistance program is 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. For more information on our Electric Residential Relief Program as well as other available resources, visit roseville.ca.us/assistance . Get answers to your utility billing questions We’re here to help. You can still reach a live customer service representative by phone to help you with any of your utility billing related matters. We are available 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday. Call us at (916) 774-5300. . We're bringing the fun to you There is something for everyone in your family with resources ranging from AARP workouts to art/crafts activities for kids, from virtual tours under the sea to Planet Protector comic books. You’ll also find new original videos each week so be sure to check the website and our social media often. Come see what there is to do The Utility Exploration Center also has games, crafts, and activities for all ages online. Stop by the site every few days as our list of resources continues to grow. Come explore with us . See Roseville COVID-19 FAQs. We're getting questions on topics ranging from evictions to household hazardous waste. Get answers here. . Roseville Cares - if you need help or can help Whether you are an organization looking for volunteers, or residents who would like to give back, our Roseville Cares page is a resource tool to bring us together. Working with nonprofit agencies, we also list open resources available to residents who are in need. Visit our Roseville Cares page. City Charter Draft Review Report now available for public comment How we govern ourselves is at the heart of our democracy. For the City of Roseville, the document that governs how we conduct business is our charter. Every 10 years, the Charter Review Commission determines whether amendments should be recommended to the City Council as time, perspectives, and circumstances evolve. The goal being to ensure that the charter is responsive to the changing needs of the community. The 2019-20 Charter Review Commission considered a variety of issues, gathered information from various sources, and formulated recommendations which are set forth in this Draft Charter Review Report. The report is available for public comment until May 8, 2020. Comment can be given by email at cityclerk@roseville.ca.us or by letter mailed to Roseville City Clerk, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678. Important COVID-19 links: 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 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5200 | www.roseville.ca.us

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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.
•    To identify and communicate the issues and concerns of the Association members to the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations, the City of Roseville, and other appropriate entities.
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