LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
The City of Roseville supports the LGBTQIA+ community and honors their many contributions to the city and remains committed to treating all people with fairness and respect.
In 1993, Minnesota became the first state in the nation to outlaw both sexual orientation and gender discrimination in the field of employment, housing, and public accommodations.
The Roseville City Council unanimously voted to ban conversion therapy in 2021 and the State of Minnesota followed with a statewide conversion therapy ban in April of 2023.
The City of Roseville believes that all people deserve to be protected from bullying, harassment, discrimination, and health disparities; and convey a clear message that intolerance is not welcome in our community.
The City of Roseville reaffirms our commitment to promoting full inclusion and equality for every resident of our great city.
City Council officially declares June 2023 as LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in the City of Roseville.
Mayor Daniel J. Roe
Read the full proclamation