City News update
Rose Parade

Be Part of the Rose Parade

Do you want to be in the 2019 Rose Parade? The Rose Parade Committee will soon be accepting applications for the Rose Parade that will take place on Monday, June 24. Applications will be available beginning Friday, January 25. Applications and placement are accepted on a first come, first served basis, and space is limited to 85 units. Placement in the parade is partially determined by the order in which applications are received.
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AARP Tax-Aide

Need help with your taxes? AARP and the City of Roseville are teaming up to host Tax-Aide. AARP Tax-Aide is a free, confidential service provided by IRS-trained and certified community volunteers. The volunteers help senior citizens and low-to-moderate income individuals or families complete their taxes. Due to the overwhelming popularity of the program, Tax-Aide will be conducted on an appointment-only basis.
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AARP Tax-Aide
Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing Basics

Roseville Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Three Rivers Park District, is offering a snowshoeing class on Sunday, February 17. The class is designed snowshoe enthusiasts of all skill levels. Participants start out learning the origins of snowshoeing and getting tips on the best ways to navigate through the snow. Then we grab some snowshoes and venture out for a guided hike. Class meets from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
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Don’t Forget the Dog Tags

New Year’s Resolution – vaccinate and register your pets. Pets in the City of Roseville must be licensed and have registration and vaccination tags secured to their collars. Tags make it easier to return a lost pet to its rightful owner rather than having it placed in an animal shelter. Unfortunately, many stray pets in Roseville are not licensed or do not have tags. Police officers have no way of knowing how to return a pet to its rightful owner.
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Pet Licensing
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