City News Update
Roseville Residents Named to Met Council Posts

Residents Earn Met Council Posts

Two residents will soon be representing Roseville in Metropolitan Council advisory positions. Mayor Dan Roe has been appointed to the Land Use Advisory Committee and Jeremy Peichel was appointed to the Commission on Parks and Open Space. The Land Use Advisory Committee provides advice and assistance to the Council on regional land use and comprehensive planning. The Parks and Open Space Commission advises the Council on matters related to regional parks and trails. Read more

Finance Commission Vacancy

The  City Council is seeking applicants for a vacancy on Finance Commission. The Finance Commission focuses on the budget process, financial policies, recommendations on funding strategies for the capital improvement plan, and budget goals and objectives in such areas as local tax rate and spending targets. The commission meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The commissioner will be appointed to partial term that runs through March 31, 2021. Read more

Finance Commission Opening
Heart Safe

Heart Safe Community

Congratulations to the City of Roseville. The city has been designated a Heart Safe Community. On Monday, May 20, the City Council will accept a plaque to commemorate this accomplishment. Heart safe community designation helps to make the community a safer place by being prepared to reduce the number of deaths and disabilities associated with Sudden Cardiac Arrest. The designation program aims to increase survival rates of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Read more

Energizing Care Partners

Caregivers need care, too. Join the Roseville Alzheimer’s and Dementia Community Action Team (RSVL A/D) at the Roseville Library from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 9 for Energizing Care Partners. The 2-hour presentation will discuss what respite services are, what respite services are available, and how they enhance the well-being of both caregivers and care recipients. This is a great opportunity for care partners to learn about adult day services, respite activities, and more. Read more

Dementia: Caring & Coping
Essay Contest Winners

Essay Contest Winners

The City Council recognized the winning students of the 2018-19 Human Rights Essay Contest on May 6 during the City Council meeting. Natalia Hong, an eighth-grader at Roseville Area Middle School, took first place. This year topic was bullying. The essay questions were: How would you define bullying? Give an example when you or someone you know was bullied. What can be done to stop and prevent bullying? Are there actions you can take to stop bullying? Read more

Rose Parade Volunteers Needed

Before you know it, the Rose Parade will be here. We’re looking for parade day volunteers to help on Monday, June 24. Volunteers help from approximately 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. We’re seeking parade marshals, banner carriers and volunteers to help organize units at the start and end of the parade. The parade starts at Roseville Area High School and ends at the Roseville Skating Center. The Rose Parade is a highlight of the annual Rosefest celebration. Read more

Rose Parade Volunteers
Fishing Licenses

Get your Fishing License

The fishing opener is around the corner, and Roseville offers a convenient location to get your license. Most people 16 years and older need a license to fish in Minnesota. Fishing license prices vary depending on which kind of license is needed. Bring your driver’s license or state ID to get a fishing license at the Roseville License Center. Anglers are encouraged to review fishing regulations at www.mndnr.gov or pick up a free copy at the license center. Read more

Hands-Only CPR Class

Roseville firefighters are offering free, hands-only cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) class on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. The class meets at the Roseville Fire Station, 2701 Lexington Ave. North. Firefighters teach an easy-to-learn two-step, hands-only CPR. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops and can no longer pump blood to the brain or vital organs. According to the American Heart Association, only about one in 10 heart attack victims survives. Read more

CPR Class
Backyard Bounty classes

Backyard Bounty Classes

Kids, join us in the garden. Parks and Recreation invites kids ages 8-12 to a hands-on gardening adventure. In Backyard Bounty classes, you’ll plant a garden, care for the plants and harvest its bounty. Participants will learn what's in soil, which animals can help in a garden and how plants grow. You will also enjoy fun experiments and creative craft projects. You’ll play games and prepare and taste foods with your homegrown produce. Classes meet on Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Read more

Chair Yoga

Yoga Classes

Whether new to yoga or an experienced yoga practitioner, Roseville Parks and Recreation is offering a class that is just right for you.
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Sunrise Yoga

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