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


City Hall Entrance

City Hall to Reopen to the Public

After being closed to the public for more than a year to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Roseville City Hall will welcome staff and residents to the facility on Monday, June 21.

It was a long time coming, but with vaccination rates rising and related COVID-19 metrics falling to their lowest levels since the early days of the pandemic, city officials agreed the time was right to reopen City Hall.

When City Hall reopens to the public, residents and businesses will have the option to conduct business online or visit city offices in person to drop off documents, complete transactions, attend meetings and obtain information. Visit www.cityofroseville.com/online for services that can be conducted online.

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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.

Governor Lifts Face Covering Requirement

Governor Tim Walz announced the end of Minnesota’s statewide mask requirement on Thursday, May 13. The change brings Minnesota into alignment with new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance on face coverings. Minnesotans who are not fully vaccinated are strongly recommended to wear face coverings indoors. Private businesses and local municipalities may still put in place face covering requirements.

Ending Restrictions

Governor Plans to End COVID-19 Restrictions

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has announced a timeline for ending COVID-19 restrictions. The plan ends nearly all state COVID-19 restrictions by May 28.

Step one took place at noon on May 7. It includes initial steps to relax some restrictions, primarily in outdoor settings. The phase removed limits for outdoor dining, events, and other get-togethers. It also eliminates the mandatory closing time for bars, restaurants, and other places of public accommodation.

The second step begins on May 28, when remaining capacity and distancing limits will come to an end.

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 June 30, 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

Wednesdays at the Arboretum
All Summer
Muriel Sahlin Arboretum
2525 North Dale St.
Special volunteer projects at the Arboretum between 8:00 a.m. and noon every Wednesday all summer long. Moving forward with modifications.

June19 - Natural Resources Renewal
Villa Park
2540 Lexington Ave.
9:00 a.m. to noon
Our monthly Natural Resources Renewal event for June is a Villa Park. Join us to help plant plugs in Seepage Meadow. Moving forward with some modifications.

June 23-27 - Rosefest
The City of Roseville will be offering a modified Rosefest this summer June 23-27. Check out the list of events.