In compliance with Minnesota Governor Tim Walz’s #StayHomeMN executive order issued Wednesday, March 25, the City of Roseville has extended the closure of all city buildings to public access through Friday, April 10.
In accordance with the Governor’s executive order, the city is cancelling all city programming, events and meetings; events and meetings organized by non-city entities scheduled for city facilities; and all community rentals of city facilities through April 10. Essential services to the community, including police, fire, emergency medical response and utilities will continue to be provided without interruption.
Following the two-week directive outlined in the Governor’s order, city staff will reassess the situation and follow the guidance of the state health officials regarding the potential for future changes to city operations and activities to help ensure the health and safety of the Roseville community.
All City of Roseville buildings have been closed since March 13, when the city announced that it would be restricting access to city facilities by the public through March 30. Non-essential city staff have been working remotely during much of this time and will continue to do so during the #StayHomeMN period to maintain resident’s access to most city services. Visit www.cityofroseville.com for more details about Roseville’s business continuity plan and accessing city services.
Information regarding the state of COVID-19 in Minnesota is evolving rapidly. Residents can receive the latest announcements directly from the city by email or text message by visiting the City of Roseville’s Notify Me page and subscribing to City News Updates. Updates are also available by visiting www.cityofroseville.com/coronavirus and via the city’s social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor.
Residents who have general questions about COVID-19 should call the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903 or visit MDH’s COVID-19 web page. COVID-19 information and resources are also available from the Ramsey County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.