City News Update
Tracking Frogs and Toads

Tracking Frogs and Toads

Frogs and toads are highly sensitive to changes in habitat and water quality. The presence of a variety of species of frogs and toads indicates a healthy ecosystem. Tracking the number and species is a time-consuming task, so the Roseville Parks and Recreation staff was excited when 28 people showed up to learn how to track and count frogs and toads. Stantec Ecologist Larissa Mottl spent an evening teaching volunteers how to listen for frogs and toads and identify various species. Read more

Wildlife in Roseville

We love to see wild animals, but sometimes they can get too close for comfort. When that happens, residents often call the police. Roseville Police do not respond to calls about wildlife unless the animal is dangerous or aggressive, a threat to humans or seriously injured. If you see an animal that is a threat or injured call 9-1-1; otherwise, you are encouraged to leave the animals alone. At this time of year the city gets calls about fox and coyote sightings. Read more

Live at the Rog

Live at the Rog

Music lovers, we have a summer full of free performances coming to the Frank Rog Amphitheatre. Join us at Roseville Central Park, at the corner of Lexington Ave and County Road C. We offer free music on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and on Sundays, we offer music, dance, theater, food and storytelling from around the world. Check out the artist lineup or visit for more information.

City Offices Closed Memorial Day

Roseville city offices will be closed on Monday, May 27 to commemorate Memorial Day. Roseville police and firefighters will remain on duty. Garbage and recycling services will be one day later than usual because of the holiday. Roseville’s License Center and Passport Center will be closed on Saturday, May 25 in addition to Memorial Day.

Memorial Day

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