News Flash


7 Stories
Posted on: January 7, 2022

Serve Your Community... in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Commission Screengrab

If you’re looking to make a positive change in Roseville, then we encourage you to consider serving as a City of Roseville Commissioner.

Commissioners serve as advisors to our City Council and City staff. With 7 commissions to choose from, there is a good chance that of finding a commission that will be a good fit for your passions and talents.

Don't Delay - The City Needs You!

A common misp...

Read on...

Posted on: January 19, 2022

Roseville is Open to Business

Open to Business photo

If one of your resolutions in 2022 is to improve your business or get your business idea off the ground, the City of Roseville and Ramsey County are offering their expertise to you.

Noah Her is a business advisor for the Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers Open to Business program through Ramsey County. Open to Business provides free, confidential business counseling to current and prospective entrepreneurs. Comi...

Read on...

Posted on: January 11, 2022

Ending Human Trafficking: Education, Enforcement and Off-ramping


In an ongoing effort to ensure that city proclamations are backed by concrete action and resource support, the City of Roseville wishes to highlight renewed efforts to bring awareness to human trafficking in the city, and beyond.

These approaches are championed by the Roseville Police Department and take a victim-centered approach to the enforcement of human trafficking. Roseville Police Sex Crimes Detective and the Roseville Police Community Action Team (CAT) continue to investig...

Read on...

Posted on: December 20, 2021

2022 City Budget Finalized and Approved

2022 Budget Graphic

On December 6, Roseville City Council adopted the 2022 budget. The $58.1 million budget is supported by $24.8 million in property tax revenues and is the result of a months-long process that started in April, 2021.

City Manager Pat Trudgeon is pleased with the collaborative efforts involved in the creation of this year’s budget proposal. 

I appreciate the effort of the public and council for taking a look at this budget from a holistic perspective,” Trudgeon...

Read on...

Posted on: December 20, 2021

Ramsey County is offering housing payment assistance

1 person (Presentation (169))

The Ramsey County Homeownership Preservation Program (RCHPP) assists homeowners at 80% area median income (AMI) or below in suburban Ramsey County (excluding the City of St. Paul) with past due housing payments due to COVID-19 related financial issues.

Eligible payments include mortgage, homeownership association (HOA) dues, water bills, homeowner’s insurance and property taxes. Expenses must have occurred after January 23, 2020. Total amount awarded cannot exceed $35,000. Residents can call th...

Read on...

Additional Info... Home
Posted on: November 19, 2021

City of Roseville hosts legislators to tour MN OVAL for funding proposal

The committee is responsible for approving funding for outdated infrastructure at MN OVAL.

This week, state lawmakers from the House Capital Investment Committee toured The MN OVAL to learn more about a bonding proposal to fund essential upgrades trimmed from the 2019/2020 bonding bill.

The request includes financing for aging infrastructure and renovations to bathroom facilities that will improve access and accessibility.

Because of legislative support, $3.9 million was included in the 2020 bonding bull for repairs to the MN OVAL.

Watch o...

Read on...

Posted on: November 16, 2021

City Council Approves Conversion Therapy Ban


In a unanimous decision November 8, City of Roseville council members voted to ban “conversion therapy” within the city.

In a unanimous decision November 8, City of Roseville council members voted to ban conversion therapy within the city.

Conversion therapy is a practice used to try to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. It is most often practiced on mi...

Read on...