City News update
Memorial Day

City Offices Closed Memorial Day

Roseville city offices will be closed on Monday, May 28 to commemorate Memorial Day. Roseville Police and Firefighters will remain on duty. Garbage and recycling services will be delayed one day because of the holiday. The Roseville License Center will be closed on Saturday, May 26 in addition to Memorial Day. Please drive carefully and buckle up over the holiday weekend.

Transportation Forum is Saturday

There are new transportation options in Roseville. Join us Saturday, May 19 at the Roseville Library at 1:00 p.m. to learn about the services and discuss what areas still have a shortage of public transit options. The forum was originally slated to take place in April but was forced to be rescheduled because of a snowstorm. The forum will feature staff from NEWTRAX, which operates Roseville’s new circulator bus, as well as Mobility 4 All, Metro Transit and Roseville Area Schools Senior Program. Read more

Transportation Forum
Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute

Boards and Commissions Leadership

The City of Roseville and Nexus Community Partners invites people of color and other underrepresented groups to a Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute (BCLI) information session. This is an opportunity to move beyond having a seat at the table to having a vote in the decision-making process. Learn what you can do to become a leader and help advance a broader equity agenda. The BCLI helps participants identify strengths, reinforce skills and expand their network. Read more

Council to Review Draft Comp Plan

The City Council is expected to review the draft Comprehensive Plan Update for the final time on May 21. Following the review, the draft will be distributed to neighboring cities for their review and comment. The document will then be sent to the Metropolitan Council for final approval. Cities and counties in the seven-county metropolitan area are required to file an updated Comprehensive Plan with the Metropolitan Council every 10 years.  Read more

Comp Plan Final Review

Neighborhood Enhancement

Roseville is kicking off another year of the Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP). Started in 2008, NEP offers a proactive approach to inspecting private property. The program looks for code violations and works with property owners to make improvements. In 2013, the program expanded to include multi-family, commercial, and industrial properties. Staff will visit properties between County Road B and County Road C this year.  Read more

Rose Parade Volunteers Needed

Before you know it, the Rose Parade will be here. We’re looking for parade day volunteers to help on Monday, June 25. We’re seeking parade marshals, aged 15 years or older, to assist along the mile-long parade route. Marshals ensuring the safety of participants and spectators. We are also looking for banner carriers to help lead the parade. This is an ideal job for a scout troop or other youth organization. Volunteers help from approximately 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Read more

Rose Parade Volunteers
Election Judge

County Seeking Election Judges

See democracy in action. Become an election judge. Ramsey County needs 2,000 people to serve as election judges for the 2018 election. Election judges help ensure that eligible voters get to exercise their most basic democratic right - the right to vote.  To be an election judge in Minnesota, one must be an eligible voter and able to read, write and speak English. Youths, ages 16 and 17, can serve as student election judges. Read more

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