City News update
Police Recognition

Officers Receive Recognition

Congratulations to Roseville Police Officers Mitch Christensen, Kyle Eckert, and Christine Marston for receiving recognition from the Ramsey County Traffic Safety Initiative (RCTSI) for their traffic safety work. This year, the officers issued more than 200 citations and more than 250 warnings during RCTSI events. Congratulations also to Officer Boua Chang who coordinates the city’s participation in the traffic safety initiative. Read more

School District Elections

The Mounds View (621) and Roseville Area School (623) districts will hold referendum and school board elections on Tuesday, November 7. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Log on to mnvotes.org to see the ballot or to find where you vote or to confirm whether you are registered to vote. If you have questions about the election, contact Ramsey County at 651-266-2171 or elections@co.ramsey.mn.usRead more

Elections
Recreational Fires

Recreational Fires

The beautiful autumn weather often means a backyard fire. Roseville allows backyard fires for recreation purposes – cooking or family/friend gathering. Unfortunately, some people try to burn leaves, twigs or small branches in the backyard fire pit. In Roseville, open burning is prohibited, and state statute prohibits burning yard waste or trash in your fire pit or barbecue. Leaves, twigs and paper can become airborne and spread a fire. Read more

Halloween Safety

Ghosts, goblins, fairy princesses: imaginations run wild as kids play on Halloween night. It’s an evening for fun and fright, but it can also be an evening of risk if families don’t plan carefully to stay safe. Roseville’s curfew law applies on Halloween. Youths 15 years or younger must be indoors by 10 p.m. Teenagers, 16 and 17 years old, must be indoors by midnight. Roseville Police offer tips for a safe Halloween adventure. Read more


Halloween Safety
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