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2660 Civic Center DriveRoseville, MN 55113
City Hall is located on the corner of Lexington Avenue and County Road C. The main phone number for City Hall is 651-792-7000.
Two city council seats and the mayor's seat will be up for election.
Some residential permits can be issued immediately over the counter, these include: roofing, residing, HVAC, plumbing, and window replacements.
Permits that require plan approval require a minimum of 5 to 7 business days for staff review. Examples include: garages, additions, remodeling, decks, and others. Projects that involve variances or other land use requirements may require more time for review.
Examples of work requiring a permit include, but are not limited to:Additions Remodeling Basement Finishes Garages DecksRetaining Walls Roofing SidingGrading/Filling Mechanical systems changes/additions Electrical system changes/additions View All Building Permits
More information is available on our Voter Registration page How to Register to Vote
The general election will be November 4, 2014
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), geothermal heat pumps are the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and cost-effective systems for temperature control. Although, most homes still use traditional furnaces and air conditioners, geothermal heat pumps are becoming more popular. In recent years, the U.S. Department of Energy along with the EPA have partnered with industry to promote the use of geothermal heat pumps.
Even when it's very cold outside, heat needs to be extracted from the surface of the ice to maintain the skating surface. This heat can be captured and used to heat the building, provide snow melt on the outside sidewalks or heat a building next door. If it can't be used, the heat is stored in the earth loop around the building, ready to be used when needed. Instead of spending money to get rid of the heat you take out of the ice and then using more energy to heat the building, the geothermal system recycles the heat inside the building. It leaves more of the budget to promote the rink and skating programs and it's a lot better for the environment. Integrated Systems can get up to 7 units of energy for each unit of electricity purchased.
The Roseville Arena geothermal system is the first phase of what may become a campus wide heating and cooling system. The waste heat from the Arena and eventually the OVAL refrigeration systems could provide enough energy to heat City Hall and the maintenance garage.
We will send someone out to determine whether the blockage is in the homeowner’s sewer line or in the City’s sewer main.
If the blockage is in the homeowner’s sewer line (connection from the home to the sewer main), the homeowner is responsible to contact a plumber and pay any cleanup or repair costs.
Adopt a speed board through the department's Neighborhood Speed Board Program
To receive a Permit to Purchase a Firearm, complete the application (link below) and return it to your police department. You MUST apply in your city of residence. Application to Purchase A Firearm
Learn more about the property room.
Register your party and you'll be eligible for prizes.
Take plastic bags to a participating grocery store.
Take Styrofoam peanuts and air pillows to a mailing company.
More places to recycle plastic containers.
So why can't we take more at the curb? Read this interesting article from Discover magazine.
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If snow is falling at a rate greater than can be cleared by the Zamboni, the OVAL must be closed to maintain a quality, safe sheet of ice.
As a general guideline, OVAL activities are cancelled when windchills are consistently below -25 degrees according to Weather.com. However, user groups have the option to skate even if windchills fall below this threshold with management approval.