City News Update
Water Report

Annual Drinking Water Report

Safe drinking water is essential for life. The City of Roseville is proud of the water it supplies. It consistently meets United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and Minnesota Department of Health regulations governing drinking water. The US EPA requires water suppliers to provide an annual drinking water report to customers. This report helps customers understand drinking water and heighten awareness of the need to protect this precious resource. Read more

City Receives Reimbursement

In 2017, the state of Minnesota introduced a new drivers’ license and registration system (MNLARS). Following its rollout, the system had repeated failures and difficulties handling customer transactions. The Roseville License Center, like license centers across the state, incurred extra staff costs for the time it took to process transactions and loss of revenue by having to turn customers away. In 2019, the Minnesota Legislature approved funding for the reimbursement. Read more

Party in the Park

Party in the Park July 4th

Join your friends and neighbors for a hometown 4th of July celebration. The City of Roseville is planning tons of fun for everyone. Games, inflatables and food trucks begin at 1:00 p.m. and run through 7:00 p.m. Free concerts start at 2:45 and the day closes with fireworks over Bennett Lake at 10:00 p.m. Join us at Central Park located on Lexington Ave., south of County Road C in Roseville. Bring blankets or lawn chairs and enjoy a variety of musical entertainment. Read more

Safety First with Fireworks

It’s tradition - parades, cookouts and fireworks to celebrate the summer season, especially on the Fourth of July. Most fireworks injuries occur in June and July, and the most common fireworks injuries are to children and teens being burned by firecrackers and sparklers. Before you set off fireworks, plan carefully so no one gets hurt. Non-explosive and non-aerial fireworks, including sparklers, snakes, poppers, cones and tubes that emit sparks, are legal in Roseville. Read more

Safety First with Fireworks
Unwanted Solicitations

Unwanted Solicitations

City of Roseville staff often get complaints from homeowners who have door-to-door salespeople pressuring them to buy products or services. Some solicitors target senior citizens and try to scare them into making immediate decisions about their product or service. Earlier this month, Roseville Police arrested a man from Texas for allegedly attempting to swindle an elderly resident out of money for a home repair. Read more

Upcoming Meetings and Events

A list of upcoming meetings and events is included in the last News Update of the month. Meetings are at City Hall unless otherwise noted. This is not intended to be a complete list of meetings. Meeting times and locations are subject to change. Contact the City of Roseville at 651-792-7001 if you have questions. Meetings are open to the public and are available online. They are also televised on Roseville Cable Channel 16. Read more

Upcoming Meetings and Events

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