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  1. Public Safety News & Tips -- ID Theft & Top scams 2016 You’ve probably heard the news story of a data breach where clients’ Social Security numbers and other personal information were hacked by criminals. Perhaps you have even received a letter from your insurance company or financial institution letting you know that your personal information was comprised. If so, you could be the victim of identity theft. (read more below) ID Theft & Top scams 2016 vol17issue02.pdf
  2. Station #9 (Hayden Parkway near Blue Oaks) just started using one of the cities 3 new fire engines. Stop by have a look and congratulate them. If you can't read the slogan on the side it says "OUR FAMILY PROTECTING YOURS". Well said!
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    Where: Festersen Park (Near Junction Elementary) When: TUES AUG. 2, 2016 5:00 — 8:00 pm Event free to all Westpark & Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association residents OVER 20 BOOTHS — ROSEVILLE CITY AND PLACER COUNTY RESOURCES FOR YOU LIVE ENTERTAINMENT — Sami’s Circuit, Roseville PD K-9 and Bomb Squad Units; Kids’ Carnival Games REFRESHMENT VENDORS AVAILABLE FREE ROOT BEER FLOATS Adult Raffle tickets =1 per canned good Donated for Placer Food Bank (Limit 5 per Family) Download the flyer: 2016 NNO Flyer.pdf
  4. Roseville Fire Department Open House - Station #6 Saturday June 4th -- 10 am to noon Station 6 1430 East Roseville Pkwy Join us as we open the doors to one of our Roseville Fire Stations. The community is invited to tour the fire station, meet their local firefighters, and get an up-close look at our fire engines. Open houses are held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  5. On Wednesday, May 4th, 2016, the City of Roseville honored several of our WestPark and Fiddyment Farm NA members in a Volunteer Appreciation Event held at Maidu Community Center. Our neighborhoods can be proud of the many hundreds of community service hours contributed by our West Roseville Specific Plan residents. Here are some of the volunteers acknowledged by the City dignitaries present: RCONA Executive Board -- Sue Hallahan-Cook (FFNA) and Scott Alvord (WestPark) Police Volunteers -- Joe Van Zant (FFNA), received the President's Gold Community Service Award (500 hours or more) Fire Volunteers -- Loren Cook (FFNA) -- received the President's Gold Community Service Award (500 hours or more) We can also note that some of our WestPark and Fiddyment Farm residents have already committed to run for public election positions this year. Although our Neighborhood Associations, as 501(c)(3) nonprofits, are prohibited from endorsing any specific candidates, we continue to encourage our residents to get involved with community affairs and school boards, etc. Our West Roseville Specific Plan (eventually over 10,000 homes) is about half-way built out now, and we need to make sure we have good representation within our local communities. Don't forget the primary elections are Tuesday, June 7th--make sure you check for your precinct as they continue to change with the growing population each year.
  6. Join your neighbors and other community leaders to hear about the state of crime in Placer County, common scams targeting our City, crime prevention tips, and information on how to prepare for an emergency! Speakers: Roseville Mayor Carol Garcia Roseville Police Chief Daniel Hahn Placer County District Attorney Scott Owens Roseville City Police & Fire Personnel When: Thursday, May 12th, 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM (continental breakfast provided) Where: Timber Creek Ballroom, 7050 Del Webb Blvd., Roseville Cost: Free to Attendees To register or for questions please visit www.rsvlcrimestoppers.org, email contact@rsvlcrimestoppers.org or call 916-520-2772. Sponsors: Sun City Roseville Neighborhood Watch Association Download the flyer here: Public-Safety-Forum.pdf
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    Saturday, February 610 a.m. -- 12 p.m. Roseville Fire Station No.1401 Oak Street Come meet your local firefighters!
  8. Saturday, February 610 a.m. -- 12 p.m. Roseville Fire Station No.1401 Oak Street Come meet your local firefighters! Download the flyer here: Station 1 Open House Feb2016 Final2.pdf
  9. Saturday, January 9 10 a.m. -- 12 p.m. Roseville Fire Station No.2 1398 Junction Blvd Come meet your local firefighters! Download the flyer here: Station 2 Open HouseJan 2016 Final.pdf
  10. Saturday, December 5 10 a.m.—12 p.m. Roseville Fire Station No. 6 1430 East Roseville Pkwy Come meet your local firefighters! Station 6 Open House Dec2015 Final.pdf
  11. Public Safety News & Tips -- 4th of July Fireworks Safety Tips The calendar says June, but in a few weeks many people will be out shopping for fireworks. So keep these fireworks safety tips handy. July 4th will be here before you know it. Auto Child Death Fireworks & Campfires Vol 15 issue 6 June 2015.pdf
  12. As you decorate your home this holiday season, remember to be fire smart. A small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow large very quickly. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when picking out your tree. Safety Tips for the Holidays Vol 14 Issue 12 December.pdf
  13. Public Safety News & Tips -- Safe Holiday Cooking It’s November. That means the beginning of the holiday season. Make sure your holiday doesn't get ruined by a kitchen fire. Here are some kitchen safety tips to follow this holiday season and year-round. Read this and more in the November 2014 Public Safety News & Tips Newsletter... Thanksgiving Vol 14 Issue 11 November final.pdf
  14. Public Safety News & Tips -- Halloween Safety Halloween Fire Vol 14 Issue 10 October Final.pdf
  15. Public Safety News & Tips -- Back-To-School Safety Back-To-School Safety Vol 14 Issue 8.pdf
  16. WFFNA once again joins the National Association of Town Watch, City of Roseville, and Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations in hosting this event. You can help keep your neighborhood safe -- take this opportunity to meet your neighbors. Sign up for Neighborhood Watch. Find out how you can support your neighborhood association -- get active in the board and committees, volunteer your time for local neighborhood events. Join a committee to help promote communication throughout the neighborhood -- Planning & Development, Activities, Bylaws and Schools -- all promoting the exchange of information and events through the area. We have two great food vendors for you this year – Kazoku’s Teriyaki & More and California Pizza Kitchens will be present for your enjoyment. WFFNA will provide free Root Beer Floats. - Kids -- earn treats, small prizes and raffle tickets at Carnival games and play on the bounce house. - Roseville Police & Fire Departments will visit with surprises for all. - Roseville Utilities and Lowe’s will be present with water conservation ideas. Volunteers are needed -- if you can spare an hour or so to help ‘supervise’ the bounce houses, help with set-up or close-up, or refreshments, please contact Sue at Activities@WFFNA.org. We also need teens to help with the carnival games -- we will give certificates which verify their participation in a non-profit organization (most schools honor the certificates for school credit). COME AND SHARE A “HOT AUGUST NIGHT” OUT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS.
  17. Fireworks Safety & Steps to Prevent Home Burglary June Edition.pdf
  18. Public Safety News & Tips Emergency Vehicles Sirens and Lights- Pull to the Right You look in your rear view mirror and see red lights, or you may hear sirens. Your heart starts to race when you think you are about to be pulled over. Don’t panic! Don’t slam on the brakes! In most cases, the emergency vehicle is just trying to get around you. Read more in this months edition... Public Safety News & Tips - Emergency Vehicles Emergency Vehicles Vol 14 Issue 4 April.pdf
  19. Are You Prepared? In the event of a fire, remember every second counts. In less than 30 seconds a small flame can become a major fire. Have an escape plan. Draw a map of each level of your home and show all doors and windows. Find two ways out of each room. .... read more in this months Public Safety News and Tips - Fire Safety Tips Vol 14 Issue 2 - February Final.pdf
  20. Saturday, July 13th 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Roseville Fire Station No.9 2451 Hayden Parkway Come meet your local firefighters! Hot Dog Lunch 10:00 a.m. Donations will benefit the Roseville Fire Museum and Roseville Firefighters Honor Guard Learn Hands-Only CPR • Fun Kids Activities • See the Station Apparatus Display • Water Conservation • Energy Efficiency Child Safety • Meet a Firefighter Download the flyer below: Station 9 Community Flyer.pdf
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    From the album: Blue Oaks Fire - July 2007

    © Loren J Cook 2007

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    From the album: Blue Oaks Fire - July 2007

    © Loren J Cook 2007

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    From the album: Blue Oaks Fire - July 2007

    © Loren J Cook 2007

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    From the album: Blue Oaks Fire - July 2007

    © Loren J Cook 2007

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    From the album: Blue Oaks Fire - July 2007

    © Loren J Cook 2007

About Us

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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