City News update
Grow Roseville

New Economic Development Strategy

Roseville’s unique location in the Twin Cities metro area between the region’s economic engines of Minneapolis and St. Paul makes it a natural hub for business. Now there’s an easy way for corporate executives, site selection consultants, and local businesses to find out what makes Roseville the ideal community for both business relocation and expansion. Wednesday, the City of Roseville announced a robust new online strategy with the launch of www.GrowRoseville.comRead more

Imagine Roseville Town Hall

Over the past year, the city has hosted a series of discussions to ensure Roseville is a community where people make connections amidst changing demographics. We hope you will join our next conversation on October 2, when we host a town hall meeting to talk about the Roseville Police Department’s policies, procedures and community outreach efforts. Police Chief Rick Mathwig will be available to answer questions from the audience. Read more

Imagine Roseville
Register to Vote

Register to Vote

The City of Roseville encourages anyone who has not registered to vote to do so by October 17 if you want to vote in the school board elections on November 7. Voting is much quicker if you pre-register. Registering is easy. Complete a voter registration application at www.mnvotes.org, or find a registration card at Roseville City Hall. Online registration options are available in several languages. Read more

Yard Work and Emerald Ash Borer

Be a part of the solution. Help slow the spread of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). The City of Roseville is asking residents to take extra precautions when treating or removing an ash tree. EAB larvae are worm-like grubs that kill ash trees by tunneling under the tree's bark. EAB larvae can hide beneath ash tree bark and then escape as adult beetles after being transported miles away.  Ash trees can be treated with insecticides but there is no guarantee that it will save the tree. Read more


EAB
Park Building Rentals

Park Building Rentals

Do you have a special occasion to celebrate or an event coming up? Why not host it in one of Roseville’s park buildings? Roseville is home to six park buildings. The buildings are located in Autumn Grove, Lexington, Oasis, Rosebrook, Sandcastle and Villa Parks. The buildings are available to rent for half-day or all-day events, with special rates available for Roseville residents.The buildings can accommodate table seating for up to 48 guests, depending on location. Read more

Gun Safety Locks Available

Roseville Police remind you that if you have a gun in your home, store it in a locked place that only you can access. The police have free gunlocks available for residents who want one. Stop in at the Police Department in Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, any time during business hours to get a free gunlock. Project ChildSafe, a firearm safety education and gunlock program, donated the gunlocks. The National Shooting Sports Foundation developed the program. Read more

Gun Safety Locks
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