Posted on: December 20, 2022
After a months-long process that started in April, 2022, Roseville City Council officially adopted the 2023 budget at the December 5, 2022 City Council meeting. The 2023 city budget is $61,327,870, an increase of $2,677,706 or 4.6% from the previous year.
The Roseville city budget is comprised of tax-supported revenue (primarily residential and commercial property taxes) and non-tax supported revenue (fees for services, user fees, intergovernmental transfers, investments, etc.).
The tax-supported revenue, a...Read on...
Posted on: October 27, 2022
Roseville’s 2023 budget process is entering the home stretch.
The City Council adopted the 2023 preliminary city and Roseville Economic Development Authority (REDA) budgets and tax levies at the September 26 City Council meeting. The preliminary levy can be lowered at the December 5 City Council meeting, but it can’...Read on...
Posted on: September 21, 2022
On Monday, September 19, Roseville City Council approved two new commissioners to the Planning and Public Works, Environment & Transportation (PWET) Commissions.
Allison Luongo will join the PWET Commission and Pamela Aspnes will join the Planning Commission. Both commissioners will hold their positions until March 31, 2024.
Luongo has been a Roseville resident for two years and is excited to use her skills as a ci...Read on...
Posted on: August 31, 2022
The City of Roseville bills quarterly for water and sewage. Take a look at the sections below in pink and yellow to help you better understand the charges on your utility bill.
To lower your utility bill, you may reduce your residential water usage. A reduction in usage will reduce your charges in the sections highlighted in yellow.
The pink sections represent fixed charges that do not change from month to month.
For more detailed...Read on...
Posted on: August 22, 2022
Do you know a young person who would be a great voice in local government?
The City has openings for Roseville residents under 18, who would like to be youth commissioners.
City of Roseville Seeks Student Voices
There are openings on the Finance Commission; Human Rights, Inclusion, and Engagement Commission (HRIEC); Parks and Recreation Commission; and the Public Works, Environment, and Transportation (PWET) Commission.&n...Read on...
Posted on: February 23, 2022
In this year’s State of the City Address, Mayor Dan Roe, City Council members, and City of Roseville staff co-created a video presentation that reviews the work of the City through our long-held community aspirations.
View or Read the State of the City Address
Posted on: February 18, 2022
Why should you apply to become a City of Roseville Board Commissioner? We can't answer that for you, but these phenomenal City commissioners sure can. Take a look below and see if you would like a "seat at the table."
There are three open commissioner positions open in the City of Roseville.
- Finance Commission
- Parks and Recreation Commission
- Public Works, Environment, and Transportation (PWET) Commission
Application deadline is March 7, 2022. In order to be consi...Read on...