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Police Launch Online Reports

The Roseville Police Department has launched a new online reporting system that makes it easier for a person to file a police report. The new system allows anyone to report non-emergency crimes such as damage to property, theft, fraud and forgery, or harassment without the help of an officer or a trip to the police station. The online reporting system can be accessed at: www.cityofroseville.com/police/file-a-report.
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A Playground for Unity Park

Volunteers will be out in force on Saturday, October 13, building a playground at Unity Park, 1716 Marion St. One of Roseville’s two new parks, Unity Park is located in southeast Roseville and sits among several apartment buildings which are often the first homes for refugees to the United States. Families in the area had few options for kids to play, so community members, businesses and places of worship worked with the City of Roseville to support adding the new park. Read more

New Playground
Spook-tacular Saturday

Have a “Spook-tacular” Saturday

Goblins, ghostly games, storytelling and a Halloween hayride await you at Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 Dale St. N, in Roseville. Put on your favorite costume and join us for a Spook-tacular Halloween evening of fun on Saturday, October 27, between 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. The adventure includes a fun and colorful hayride, with displays along the route. Carnival games, nature programs and special treats are also on the evening’s agenda. Read more

Dementia: Caring & Coping

What are the practical things caregivers and care recipients can do after receiving a diagnosis of dementia or cognitive impairment? Join us for a presentation by Dr. Joe Gaugler on Thursday, October 11 to find out. Dr. Gaugler is a Long-Term Care Professor in Nursing at the University of Minnesota. His presentation will take place at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville, 2180 Hamline Ave. N., from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. and will include a Q&A session for attendees. Read more

Dementia: Caring & Coping
Remembering When

Fall and Fire Prevention

Join the Roseville Fire Department at the Roseville Library on Monday, October 15 at 10:30 a.m. for "Remembering When," a free presentation that teaches older adults ways to protect themselves from fires and falls. By the age 65, adults are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. By age 75, that risk increases to three times and to four times by age 85. The Roseville Fire Department wants to lower that risk. Read more

CHAT: Medicare Changes

Major changes are coming to Medicare in 2019 that may affect coverage. Join Roseville’s Community Health Awareness Team (CHAT) on October 25 or November 8 for a presentation about the changes. Major changes are coming to Medicare in 2019 that may affect coverage. Join Roseville’s Community Health Awareness Team (CHAT) on October 25 or November 8 for a presentation about the changes. Elder law attorney Brenna Galvin will discuss the program’s latest updates. Read more

Medicare Changes
Cedarholm Grill

After School Nature Nuts

Kids, join us for a fun afterschool program called Nature Nuts this fall. A naturalist from Harriet Alexander Nature Center will join you to explore the wonders of the natural world. Kids will take part in hands-on activities and brains-on inquiry to discover the secrets of nature. Fall themes include Cloudy Days, What’s a Herptile, Winter Wildlife and Bag of Bones. We’re offering after school classes at three Roseville schools. Read more

Recreational Fire Safety

The 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 a fire pit or barbecue. Leaves, twigs and paper can become airborne and spread a fire. Treated or painted wood, wood products and building waste add pollutants to the air. Read more

Recreational Fires
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