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


Governor Loosens Restrictions to Open More Activities

With COVID-19 is spreading more slowly across Minnesota, Governor Tim Walz has loosened restrictions to open more activities and sectors of the economy.
  • Indoor dining at bars and restaurants can open at 50 percent capacity, with a maximum of 150 people. Parties of no more than six people must remain six feet from other parties; bar seating is open to parties of two; reservations are required; and establishments must close dine-in service by 10 p.m. 
  • Gym capacity remains capped at 25 percent but maximum capacity increases to 150 and classes can increase to 25 people, assuming distancing can be observed. Face coverings are required. 
  • Outdoor events and entertainment continue at 25 percent capacity, but maximum capacity increases to 250 people. 
  • Indoor events and entertainment may open at 25 percent, with no more than 150 people in each area of the venue. Face coverings are required, and they may not offer food service after 10 p.m.
  • Youth and adult organized sports have resumed practice as of January 4 and games resume January 14 with spectators, following the appropriate capacity limits for indoor or outdoor venues.
  • Pools opened on January 4 for some activity and may now open, like gyms, at 25 percent capacity. 
  • Places of worship remain open at 50% capacity but without an overall maximum capacity.
Visit the State of Minnesota Stay Safe Plan website for more specific information.

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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

  • Facility rentals and social gatherings remain paused 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 January 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

Monday, January 18
Friday, January 29