City News update
Imagine Roseville

Imagine Roseville – Traffic Stops

Over the past year, the City of Roseville has hosted a series of discussions to ensure Roseville is a community where people make connections amidst changing demographics. In 2017, the Roseville Police Department began collecting driver information on all traffic stops. Please join our next conversation on March 14. Police Chief Rick Mathwig and Lt. Erika Scheider will review the data, talk about what it means for policing in Roseville and respond to questions. Read more

Meet your Next Employee

Employers, let us help you find new employees. Register your business today for a career and resource fair. It will be an opportunity for business owners and hiring managers to meet students from area schools, regional adult education programs and community agencies and meet members of the public at the career and resource fair on Tuesday, April 10. Businesses will have private space available to conduct job interviews. Sign up by March 9 to receive early bird registration. Read more

Career Fair
Egg Dying

Natural Egg Dyeing

Learn how to make spectacular dyed eggs using environmentally friendly natural egg dyes. Roseville Parks and Recreation invites you to its Egg Dyeing: Natural Dyes class on Thursday, March 29. The class will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 North Dale St. You’ll learn easy ways to create patterns on your eggs using environmentally friendly egg dyes. For children six years and older accompanied by an adult. Read more

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