Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. Roseville is seeking volunteers to help maintain the native plant beds at the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum on Saturday, July 20.
The City of Roseville is now a Step 3 City in the Minnesota GreenStep Cities program. Roseville received the award at the League of Minnesota Cities annual conference for continuing to implement best practices.
The parking lot at Roseville City Hall is receiving a facelift. In addition to new asphalt, the project includes a complete overhaul of the water and sewer services as well as the parking lot’s stormwater system.
Music lovers, don’t let summer slip away without enjoying free music at the Frank Rog Amphitheatre. Join us at Roseville Central Park at the corner of Lexington Ave and County Road C on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
We offer free music on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On Sundays, we offer music, dance, theater, food and storytelling from around the world. Visit www.cityofroseville.com/liverog for more information.
Get out and celebrate Roseville. The city invites you to Central Park for Family Night Out on Monday, August 5 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Family Night Out is our way to thank residents and visitors for your support.
Help yourself, help your wallet and help the earth at the same time. Purchase a compost bin through the Recycling Association of Minnesota. Compost bins cost $64 but Ramsey County residents receive a $20 discount.
Join the City of Roseville as we say thank you to the 1,600 volunteers who donated more than 5,300 hours to the City of Roseville in 2018. They will be honored at a free concert on Tuesday, July 23.
Roseville Police remind you to not leave your child or pet inside a vehicle while you run errands. The temperature inside of a car is generally hotter than outside temperatures and can climb rapidly.
It’s never too early to start planning. Roseville’s community-wide Night to Unite is August 6. Register your gathering and you could get a Target gift card worth $25 to pay for supplies for your event.
Rain or shine, no matter what the temperature, we got a place for you. Grab your sweater and tennis shoes and head over to the Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive.
The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for two vacancies on the Planning Commission. Commissioners will be appointed to partial terms; one expires March 31, 2020 and the other expires March 31, 2021.
How long does it take to mow a lawn? Long enough for a thief to slip into your garage or home through a door you left unlocked. Roseville Police recommend locking your doors while doing yardwork.
Kids, visit your local park for a free puppet wagon show. Puppet shows provide laughs and a chance for kids to make new friends. New shows each week now through August 8 offer fun and surprises.
Safe drinking water is essential for life. The City of Roseville is proud of the water it supplies, which consistently meet US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Minnesota Department of Health regulations.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is working to ensure that kids do not go hungry over the summer months. They are offering free meals through the Summer Food Service at more than 75 locations in Minnesota, including several locations in Roseville.
What is the 2020 Census all about? A complete, accurate census count ensures equal political representation, fair distribution of federal and state funding, and sound planning and investment in infrastructure.
A list of upcoming meetings and events is included in the last News Update of the month. Meetings are at City Hall unless otherwise noted. This is not intended to be a complete list of meetings.