The Roseville City Council has adopted a balanced 2017 Fiscal Year budget that goes into effect on January 1. The new budget totals $51,963,685 and represents a decrease of $148,935 compared to the city’s 2016 budget.
Roseville’s 2017 budget was approved on a 3-2 vote of the Council on Monday, December 5. It plans for $29,270,290 of spending on tax-supported programs, an increase of $524,800 or 1.8 percent, with a reduction in non-tax supported spending to $2...
The holidays can bring extra stress to any family, including those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Learn strategies for maintaining the peace on Thursday, December 8 at the Roseville Library.
Handling the Holidays runs from from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. and is the seventh seminar in the Roseville Alzheimer’s & Dementia Community Action Team (Rsvl A/D) Dementia: Caring & Coping series. The presentation will be given by Chap...
Need assistance applying for health insurance? Have questions about MNsure? Help is available at the Roseville Branch of the Ramsey County Library, 2180 North Hamline Ave.
Certified navigators are available at select times through January 31 to help residents with one-on-one assistance to enroll in health coverage. Individuals interested in taking advantage of this free service can drop in during available hours or call Hea...
The Roseville City Council has set its meeting schedule for 2017. Council meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive.
Meetings are open to the public, air on Cable Channel 16 and are streamed at www.cityofroseville.com/webstreaming.
January 9, 23, 30
February 13, 27
March 13, 20, 27
April 10, 17, 24
May 8, 15, 22
June 12, 19
July 10, 17, 24
August 14, 28
September 11, 18, 25
Don’t know what to do with old or no longer-working strings of holiday lights? Making the switch to energy efficient LED holiday lights? Either way, recycle your old lights.
The Recycling Association of Minnesota will collect old holiday lights at year-round drop off sites around the state, including Ramsey County Household Hazardous Waste Facility, located at 5 Empire Drive in St. Paul. Many scrap dealers also accept lights ...
The way we shop certainly has changed. Instead of going to the store, the store comes to our homes through our computers. It makes shopping easier, but it also makes things easier for thieves.
With mail carriers and package delivery companies dropping packages and gifts at our doors here are a couple of suggestions to help prevent package theft.
Winter is a great time to trim trees and shrubs. Roseville Public Works Crews goal is to trim close to 20 percent of City trees in the winter months.
Trimming in winter prevents insects and diseases from harming trees. Pruning improves a tree’s structure and overall health.
City staff receive training in the latest pruning techniques. They remove overgrowth and damaged limbs. Proper pruning keeps the Ci...
Grab your skates and start a new exercise program. The City of Roseville invites you to a fun, get-in-shape skating class.
Join instructors Pamela Sandborg and Liatra Adsitt for a class that pairs exercise with skating that is designed to meet your level of skating skill. Most classes have fewer than 10 skaters, so participants get lots of individual attention.
Classes meet Fr...
As part of its commitment to make Roseville a more walkable community, this past summer the city added sidewalks at several locations to connect pedestrian pathways and sidewalks and to improve public safety.
In all, the city added nearly a mile of new sidewalks.
The State of Minnesota’s newest specialty license plate made its debut in Roseville Thursday. The new plate, which benefits Minnesota state parks and trails, was introduced by Lt. Governor Tina Smith the Roseville License Center.
The unveiling also featured State Rep. Rick Hansen and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Director of Parks and Trails Erika Rivers, who were among the first Minnesotans to purchase the new plates.
The plates provide their owners with unlimited a...
Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. On Saturday, December 17, we need volunteers to help remove, drag and stack pre-cut buckthorn at Applewood Park, 2838 Arona Street.
Thanks to Stantec’s commitment to Roseville’s natural resources project, they have secured additional grant funding. Roseville has been able to expand the work that is being done into parklands and areas that were not in the original plan.