What's Open and Closed at the City of Roseville During COVID-19

3-15 MN Covid Guidance

Governor Announces Additional Increases

With metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction and progress on vaccinations improving, Governor Tim Walz announced that further loosening of restrictions will go into place on Monday, March 15.

The new guidelines will now allow more Minnesotans to gather with friends and loved ones and increase capacity limits for both small businesses and large venues.

The adjustments in restrictions include:
  • Increasing numbers for social gatherings up to 50 people outdoors or 15 people for indoors without household limits
  • Increasing youth sport pod sizes to 50 outdoors
  • The removal of occupancy limit for religious services, with social distancing
  • The removal of restrictions for celebrations, with social distancing

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Vaccine Information

COVID-19 vaccine distribution for Roseville residents is being managed in phases by Ramsey County. Please see the city’s Vaccine Information for Individuals webpage for the latest information.
For small businesses and entertainment venues, bars and restaurants may increasing allowable occupancy to 75 percent, up from 50 percent, with a limit of 250 people, with bar seating increasing to parties of four. All occupancy limits are removed for salons and barbers, while gyms, fitness center and pools permitted to increase occupancy to 50 percent, up from 25 percent. Entertainment venues may also now increase occupancy to 50 percent, with a limit of 250 persons, with additional adjustment expected on April 1, including an increase in limit to 25 percent or 10,000 for large venues.

Beginning April 15, work from home will no longer be required for those that can, but will continue to be strongly recommended.

For more, read Governor Walz's Executive Order 21-11 or visit the State of Minnesota Stay Safe Plan website for more specific information.

Face Coverings Required in Minnesota

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued Executive Order 20-81 on July 22, 2020 requiring the use of face coverings in indoor areas accessible to the public. The executive order is effective as of Saturday, July 25, 2020.
Roseville City Hall remains closed to the public until further notice, however many city facilities are now open. Please consult the Facilities tab below for more details. Much of the city’s workforce continues to conduct City of Roseville business from remote locations, with some city services available by appointment and many available online. Essential staff such police, fire, emergency medical response, and utilities remaining on duty and continue to serve the community.

What's Open

What's Paused

  • Roseville City Hall continues to be closed to the public at this time.

COVID-19 Related Closures, Cancellations and Modifications

  1. Events
  2. Facilities
  3. Meetings
  4. Programming
  5. Services

The following is the status of City of Roseville events Through March 31, 2021.

Due to the dynamic nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, all events listed are subject to change. We encourage you to check back often to view the status of city events.

City of Roseville Event Updates