After being closed to the public for more than a year to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Roseville City Hall will welcome staff and residents to the facility on Monday, June 21.
It was a long time coming, but with vaccination rates rising and related COVID-19 metrics falling to their lowest levels since the early days of the pandemic, city officials agreed the time was right to reopen City Hall.
While first responders and essential workers continued to perform their duties as usual, much of city staff spent the past 15 months serving residents from remote locations with as little disruption as possible under the city’s business continuity plan. In order to do so, staff quickly pivoted by making many city services available online, while also maintaining contact with residents and businesses via phone and email.
When City Hall reopens to the public, residents and businesses will have the option to conduct business online or visit city offices in person to drop off documents, complete transactions, attend meetings and obtain information. Visit www.cityofroseville.com/online for services that can be conducted online.