The Roseville Police Department will be hosting a Coyote Clinic for city residents on Thursday,
February 19, at Roseville City Hall from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Because of increased demands for police services specific to coyote sightings, the department will host a free clinic to educate residents on how to identify a coyote, things you can do before seeing a coyote, humane ways to respond to a coyote on your property and coyote hazing tools and techniques.
The clinic will be instructed by Edina Animal Control Officer Timothy Hunter who has presented a number of coyote management presentations to west metro communities.
This clinic will be broadcast live on Roseville Cable Channel 16 and rebroadcast on Saturday, February 28 at 10:00 a.m. An edited version of the broadcast will be linked to the Roseville Police Department website shortly after its recording.
If you have questions specific to this upcoming clinic, please e-mail your questions to:
Lt. Lorne Rosand will forward your coyote questions to Officer Hunter to answer during his clinic