City News update
Edison Project

Community Feedback Requested

The Community Development department is requesting feedback from residents regarding a proposed development on an 8.71-acre parcel located near the southeast corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8. Sand Development, LLC, has proposed the development of a 209-unit lifestyle community (“Edison”). The parcel is currently zoned for High Density Residential housing. The City Council will consider local financing options at its June 5 meeting. Read more

Youth Commissioner Opening

The City of Roseville is seeking applications for a youth commissioner to the new Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission (HRIEC). We are looking for a student who is a Roseville resident and a sophomore, junior or senior in high school. The application deadline is 4:30 p.m. on June 28. The commission advises the City Council on programs and efforts which could improve civic engagement and human rights.
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Youth Commissioner
Household Hazardous Waste

HHW Mobile Collection

Where do you get rid of old fertilizer? What do you do with unwanted paint or pesticides? Ramsey County offers a safe alternative to dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW). Hazardous waste, including any products labeled poisonous, flammable or corrosive, fluorescent and mercury vapor lamps, mercury thermostats and switches, old gasoline, paint and lead paint chips, solvents, pesticides, antifreeze and motor oil and filters can be disposed of for free. Read more

Preventing Auto Theft

At its May 22 meeting, the City Council accepted a $36,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Commerce to help the Police Department prevent auto theft by using enhanced crime analysis. Currently, the Police Department spends a considerable amount of time and effort to stop auto theft. These efforts include using a bait car, assigning officers to auto-theft details, evidence collection technology and other tactics.
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Auto Theft
NEP

Neighborhood Enhancement

Roseville will soon begin its annual Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP), during which code enforcement staff proactively conduct inspections of residential and business properties. The City hopes that by identifying problems when they are minor, property owners will make repairs before they become larger and more costly nuisances. The program is funded by the Roseville Economic Development Authority (REDA).
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Police Awards

Police Awards

Check out the winners of Roseville's annual Police Awards.
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Garage Sale

Roseville’s citywide garage sale is June 1-3. Read more

Garage Sale
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