City News Update

City Offices Closed July 4

Roseville city offices, including the License Center, will be closed on Thursday, July 4, in celebration of Independence Day. Roseville Police and Fire remain on duty. Recycling and garbage service will be one day later than usual Thursday and Friday because of the holiday. Please buckle up and drive carefully.


Census

Stand Up and Be Counted

What is the 2020 Census all about? A complete, accurate census count ensures equal political representation, fair distribution of federal and state funding, and sound planning and investment in infrastructure, real estate, business development and public policy. Beginning in March 2020, every address in the U.S. will receive information about completing the 2020 Census. Not completing the 2020 census form could have a direct impact on you and your family.  Read more

Puppet Wagon Performances

Kids, visit your local park for a free puppet wagon show. Puppet shows provide laughs and a chance for kids to make new friends. New shows each week offer fun and surprises. The Roseville Puppet Wagon will present 15-minute shows on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at local parks through August 8. No shows on July 2-3, but catch performances at the July 4 Party in the Park at Central Park. The puppet wagon will also perform shows at Discover Your Parks events. Read more

Puppet Wagon
Appreciation

We Appreciate You!

Join the City of Roseville as we say thank you. On Friday, June 28, Rosefest celebrations will be all about you, with several entertainment and recreation opportunities. Visit the Rosefest website for complete details. Rosefest is a community celebration that recognizes Roseville’s commitment to living, working and playing together to create a strong and diverse community. Festivities run June 24-30 and July 4. Read more

Commemorative Bricks

Give the perfect gift. Give a personalized brick to commemorate a special occasion, to honor a loved one or to leave a lasting legacy. The Roseville Central Park Muriel Sahlin Arboretum offers engraved bricks as a special way to memorialize something special. Brick purchases are tax deductible. Cost is $100 for a 4 by 8 inch engraved brick or $200 for an 8 by 8 inch engraved brick. Visit the Central Park Foundation website for an order form or call 651-792-7006. Read more

Commemorative Bricks

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