Roseville Extends Facility Closures Through May 3
Based on continuing developments related to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Roseville has extended the closure of all city buildings and facilities to public access through Sunday, May 3.
The city has elected to proactively prolong the closure of all city buildings to public access through May 3 based on the continued circumstance surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and guidance provided by state and county health officials.
Roseville’s closure extension aligns with the requirement for distance learning for school districts and the closure of restaurants, bars and other businesses by Governor Walz’s #StayHomeMN executive order issued March 25.
With the exception of Roseville City Council meetings on April 13, 20 and 27, the city’s facilities closure extension affect the cancellation of all city programming, events and meetings; events and meetings organized by non-city entities scheduled for city facilities; and all community rentals of city facilities through May 3.
The city is currently exploring the use of technology that will allow the public to participate in the April City Council meetings remotely. Information regarding public participation options will be made available via the city’s website and social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor as it becomes available.
The City of Roseville’s priority continues to be the health and safety of the community and the wellbeing of city staff who serve our residents. Essential services such as police, fire, emergency medical response and utilities continue to be provided without interruption.
Roseville’s early business continuity efforts, including providing much of city staff with the ability to work remotely, has the city well positioned to continue providing residents with access to most city services. Visit www.cityofroseville.com to learn more about Roseville’s business continuity plan and accessing city services.
City officials will continue to monitor and assess the status of the pandemic locally and follow the guidance of the state health officials regarding the potential for future changes to city operations and activities.