City News Update
Rice-Larpenteur Fall Festival

Rice & Larpenteur Fall Festival

Join us for a celebration of the Rice & Larpenteur community at a fall festival on Sunday, October 27 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. This free, family-friendly event will be held in the Rice Street Gardens, 1958 Rice St., Maplewood. All are welcome. The festival will include a mini farmers market, local foods, family activities and more.This event is presented by the Rice & Larpenteur Alliance, a collaboration of the cities of Maplewood, Roseville, Saint Paul, and Ramsey County. Read more

Oval Opening Soon

No need to wait for freezing weather – we’ve got ice. Grab your skates and meet us at the Guidant John Rose Minnesota OVAL, 2661 Civic Center Dr. We’ll open for skating on Friday, November 8 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Call 651-792-7191, ext. 2, for updates. Admission is $7.00 or $62.00 for a 10-session punch card. A limited number of skates are available to rent for $5.00. The OVAL will be open for public skating through February. Read more

Oval Opening Soon
Early Voting

Early Voting Starts October 29

The Roseville (District 623) and Mounds View (District 621) school districts will hold school board elections on Tuesday, November 5. Beginning Tuesday, October 29, Ramsey County residents will be able to vote early at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville, 2180 Hamline Ave., or any of the other early voting stations located throughout Ramsey County. A person may register to vote, complete the ballot application, and vote all at the same time. Read more

City IT Manager Retiring

After 32 years with the City of Roseville, Terre Heiser will be logging off his computer, and the city network, for the last time on Thursday, October 31. Heiser began his career at Roseville in 1987. He first served as the he License Center Supervisor. He also administered city elections. In 1988, the city started using electronic ballot tabulators, replacing pull lever voting machines. As part of the Finance Department, Heiser was also involved in much of the computing technology for the city. Read more

Terre Heiser
Fall Back

Change Your Clocks and Batteries

Stay safe. Replace the batteries in your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector at least once a year. The Roseville Fire Department suggests changing batteries at the end of Daylight Saving Time on November 3. In addition to replacing batteries annually, smoke alarms and CO detectors should be replaced at least once every 10 years. According to the State Fire Marshall, residential fires account for more than 80% of all fire deaths in Minnesota.. Read more

Halloween Safety

Halloween night is an evening for fun and fright, but it can also be an evening of risk if families don’t plan carefully to stay safe. Roseville Police offer tips for a safe Halloween adventure. Roseville’s curfew law also applies on Halloween. Youths 15 years or younger must be indoors by 10 p.m. Teenagers, 16 and 17 years old, must be indoors by midnight. Contact Roseville Community Relations Coordinator Corey Yunke at 651-792-7209 for more Halloween safety tips. Read more

Happy Halloween
Winter Hazard Awareness Week

Winter Hazard Awareness Week

November 4 to 8 is Winter Hazard Awareness Week in Minnesota, a week to raise awareness about the dangers you could encounter in winter and what to do to protect yourself and your family. Winter weather can be a killer in Minnesota – literally. Each year, adults and children in our state suffer injuries or death because they aren't aware of essential winter safety practices. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has created a website with information about winter weather. Read more

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