City News update
2019 Budget

City Council Adopts 2019 Budget

The Roseville City Council unanimously adopted a final 2019 budget of $55,507,140 during its last meeting of the year on Monday, December 3. The new budget is an increase of $1,267,910 or 2.3% compared to 2018. To fund a portion of the budget, the council approved a property tax levy of $21,551,650. The remaining $33,955,490 of Roseville’s 2019 budget will be funded by fee-based revenue sources such as license and permit fees and user charges for water and sewers. Read more

Buckthorn Busters

Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. Roseville is looking for volunteers to join our natural resources management plan to improve city parks. On Saturday, December 15, we’ll be dragging and stacking buckthorn in Tamarack Park from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Each month, Roseville hosts a volunteer project at a local park. The efforts have greatly reduced the spread of buckthorn and other invasive plant species. Read more

Buckthorn Busters
Snowplow Safety

Snowplow Safety

The City of Roseville Public Works Department asks that motorists drive with extra care during and after a snowfall. Snowplow operators are also requesting additional assistance from drivers. Check out our winter driving tips. Roseville does not declare snow emergencies. The city prohibits on-street parking when two or more inches of continuous snowfall has accumulated. Snowfall may not have reached the two inch threshold before snowplow drivers begin plowing streets. Read more

Keep Fire Hydrants Clear

There are more than 2,150 fire hydrants in Roseville. Keeping them accessible in winter can be a challenge. That is why the city is asking for residents’ help. Roseville has an informal “Adopt a Hydrant” program. When the snow stops falling and it is time to clear your driveways and walks, the city encourages residents, businesses, youth groups and individuals to adopt a hydrant in the neighborhood and clear a three-foot area around the closest fire hydrant. Read more

Keep Fire Hydrants Clear
Property Tax Assistance

Property Tax Assistance

The Roseville City Council reminds residents that they may be eligible for the State’s Property (Homestead) Tax Refund and Senior Citizen Property Tax Deferral Program. Homeowners are eligible for the homestead credit if they meet income guidelines. Homeowners may also be eligible for a special homestead credit if their property tax increase is more than 12% and their net property tax increase is at least $100. Read more

City Council Sets 2019 Schedule

The City Council has set its meeting schedule for 2019. Council meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive. Meetings are open to the public, shown on Cable Channel 16 and streamed online. 
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2019 City Council Meeting Schedule
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