City News Update
Temporary Roadwork in Roseville

Temporary Roadwork in Roseville

Expect a few detours and temporary closures along Highway 36 between Snelling Ave. and Dale St. as MnDOT finishes up projects connected to the Lexington Ave. bridge reconstruction. The roadwork will start on Friday, October 28, with most completed by Wednesday, November 2. The closures include eastbound Highway 36, Lexington Ave. under Highway 36, the westbound Hamline Ave. ramps and the eastbound Lexington Ave. ramps. Read more...

Future of 211 N. McCarrons Blvd

The City invites residents to one of two community discussions to explore rezoning options for 211 N. McCarrons Blvd, the former National Guard Armory property. The meetings will be on Tuesday, November 15. The first meeting is scheduled to take place from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., with the second meeting following from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Both meeting will be held just down the street from the former Armory property at Galilee Lutheran Church. Read more...

Former Armory
Keeping Roseville Beautiful

A Team Effort

Keeping Roseville beautiful is a team effort. Public Works crews have already swept the city three times in 2016 and plan to make one final pass in November before the snow begins to fly. Crews have taken extra care to pay special attention to Roseville’s environmentally sensitive areas in the Lake McCarrons watershed as well as around Lake Owasso, Lake Josephine, Lake Johanna, and Langton Lake. They have also put in extra time clearing out catch basins citywide. Read more...

Election Information

The 2016 general election is Tuesday, November 8. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. In addition to federal, state, county, and judicial offices, Roseville voters will elect two city council members. Voters can vote for up to two candidates for City Council. The candidates for Roseville City Council, listed in alphabetical order, are: Jason Etten, Wayne Groff and Lisa Laliberte. For Roseville polling locatoins and additional information Read more...

Election Information
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