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  1. October 20, 2020 We’re living through history. Since we’re not able to meet in person this year for the State of the City, we’re doing something a little different. We’re using video to highlight how the City and community are navigating the challenges 2020 has brought. You can still learn about the City’s operations and trends on a broader scale by
  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 CDPH Blueprint Activity and Business Tiers Framework - August 28, 2020 Placer County current status: ORANGE Tier
  3. Roseville City School District Superintendent - Derk Garcia Presentations from tonight's meeting. Middle School Boundaries Revised Recommendation.pdf Reopen and Remain Open Objective Criteria 10.15.2020.pdf
  4. October 13, 2020 The State of California today moved Placer County into the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy 'orange' tier - further easing restrictions in the county. Sectors that can open indoors with modifications include wineries, cardrooms and family entertainment centers – while other sectors such as restaurants, gyms and places of worship can increase their indoor capacity. The fu
  5. Bi-annually the Roseville Police Department partners with our local Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) office to host a prescription drug take-back event. During these events we encourage residents to look inside their medicine cabinets to identify and discard of expired or unwanted medications. Due to the ongoing health pandemic, we will not be hosting a drug take-back event in October like we have in past years. Community medication take-back days have been suspended for now due to COVID-19. Fortunately, there are several places in Roseville where you can safely dispose of unwanted medications
  6. By: Rob Baquera, Public Information Officer, Roseville Police Department 2020 has been a year of great change, including how we shop for groceries, restaurant meals, and gifts. While some stores are open and welcome customers, many of us will be doing our holiday shopping online or sending digital gift cards. Thieves and criminals are always looking for easy targets and the holidays are well known for “porch thieves” or criminals that steal packages from people’s front porches. There are several tips you can follow to help protect your packages and holiday experience. As y
  7. October 6, 2020 Placer County named among healthiest in U.S. Last month, Roseville was named one of the best places to live by Money.com. And now Placer County has been named one of the healthiest communities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Factors including population health, economy, public safety, equity, infrastructure and education lead to top 40 ranking. See the full repo
  8. Text to 911 is now available to all mobile users (including visitors from out of the area) in Placer County.
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    Utility scam alert

    ALERT: Utility scam reported Our office has recently received reports of scammers generating automated phone calls to Roseville residents claiming that their bill is past due and they must make an immediate payment to avoid service interruption. While the City of Roseville sends automated reminder phone calls, we will never contact you directly to request payment on your account with a threat of disconnection. If you are ever in doubt about whether or not the call is legitimate
  10. Notice! Placer County Elections Drop Box Information DROP BOXES Placer County Voter Service Center Information VOTER SERVICE CENTER INFORMATION If you’ve interacted recently with the DMV, your voter registration information may have been inadvertently changed. It’s important to confirm your voter status... and information to make sure you are still registered correctly. CHECK STATUS or REGISTER TO VOTE
  11. September 22, 2020 Roseville named one of best places to live in America Roseville is again named among top places to live in America. Money.com ranked Roseville the only California city in the Top 50 cities in its 2020 survey. High paying jobs, and the low cost of our city owned utilities are among the reasons for the high ranking. Read more here.
  12. Discover our continued eff­orts to reduce odors at our virtual meeting on October 20th The Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) is seeking input from residents as they virtually host their 10th annual community meeting on Tuesday, October 20th at 6:00 PM to discuss odors and other operational issues of importance to residents. The meeting will be broadcast from the WPWMA’s facility at 3013 Fiddyment Road near the corner of Athens Avenue in Roseville. Please visit WPWMA.ca.gov to RSVP and receive the virtual meeting link. The workshop will include updates
  13. Homeless outreach COVID 19 has required that law enforcement make many adjustments. One of the significant areas of change is how we work with our unsheltered or homeless population in the City of Roseville. The Roseville Police Department currently has two problem oriented policing (POP) officers assigned to patrol the City’s parks, trails, and open space. Additionally we partner with Placer County Health and Human Services to employ two homeless outreach workers. This team works collaboratively with our homeless population to support those in need who seek resources to get off th

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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.
•    To keep all members of the neighborhoods informed regarding issues vital, or of interest, to the well-being of the neighborhoods.
•    To encourage and facilitate communication and cohesiveness among all the people of the neighborhoods. To act in cooperation with government and non-government agencies to preserve and improve peace, safety and property values in the neighborhoods.

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