City News update
Tobacco Now 21

Tobacco Age Now 21

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved an ordinance raising the legal age to purchase tobacco and tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, in Roseville from 18 to 21 years of age at its June 18 meeting. They also set an administrative fine for businesses that violate the ordinance. The ordinance will go into effect July 18. A goal of the ordinance is to limit the availability of tobacco products and to help reduce the number of youth who begin using tobacco. Read more

City Offices Closed July 4

Roseville city offices, including the License Center, will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, in celebration of Independence Day. Roseville Police and Fire remain on duty. Recycling and garbage service will be one day later than usual Wednesday through Friday because of the holiday. Please buckle up and drive carefully.

Happy Fourth of July
Absentee Voting

Early Voting for Primary Election

Absentee voting for the 2018 primary will begin June 29. Roseville voters can vote by absentee ballot either in person at Ramsey County or through the mail. Apply for an absentee ballot at or call 651-266-2171 and an application will be sent to you. If a voter wants to cast a ballot in person, they may do so at Ramsey County, 90 West Plato Blvd, St. Paul. A person may register to vote, complete an absentee ballot application, and vote all at the same time. Read more

Safety First with Fireworks

It’s tradition - parades, cookouts and fireworks to celebrate summer, especially our nation's birthday on the Fourth of July. Most fireworks injuries occur in June and July, and the most common firework injuries are to children and teens being burned by firecrackers and sparklers. Before you set off fireworks, plan carefully so no one gets hurt. Read more

Fireworks Safety
CelebrateFourth of July

Celebrate the 4th of July

Join your friends and neighbors for a hometown 4th of July celebration. The City of Roseville is planning tons of fun for everyone. Games, rides, and food trucks begin at 1:00 p.m., free concerts start at 2:45 and the day closes out with fireworks over Bennett Lake at 10:00 p.m. Read more

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