City News Update

Party in the Park July 4th

Join your friends and neighbors for a hometown 4th of July celebration. The City of Roseville is planning tons of fun for everyone. Activities start at 1:00 p.m. and close with fireworks over Bennett Lake at 10:00 p.m. Read more


Fawns are not Abandoned

Each year about this time, the city get calls regarding fawns being abandoned. According to experts, however, the best thing to do is to leave the fawn alone. Female deer typically leave fawns by themselves for up to several days as a protective mechanism from predators. Mother deer carry a scent which fawns do not, and fawns are not able to run away quickly when it is first born. Unfortunately, people often believe fawns to be abandoned and attempt to intervene. Read more

Night to Unite Block Parties

It’s never too early to start planning. Roseville’s community-wide Night to Unite is coming up on August 6. Get a jump on the crowd, register your gathering and you could get a Target gift card worth $25 for supplies for your event. All Roseville block parties registered by Monday, July 29, will have their names placed in the drawing. The winner will be notified on July 30. Last year, Roseville residents hosted more than 90 registered block parties. The city is hoping to break that record. Read more

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Watch Incredibles 2 at the OVAL

Bring the kids and enjoy a movie under the stars. Join Roseville Parks and Recreation on Friday, July 12 for an evening of free family fun. We are showing the Pixar Disney film Incredibles 2. The story follows the Parr family as they try to restore the public's trust in superheroes while balancing their family life, only to combat a new foe who seeks to turn the populace against all superheroes. The adventure begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Roseville OVAL, 2661 Civic Center Drive. Read more

Help Maintain Roseville Parks

Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. Roseville is looking for volunteers to join our Natural Resources Renewal efforts to improve city parks. We’re seeking volunteers to help maintain the native plant beds at the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum on Saturday, July 20. Each month, Roseville hosts a volunteer opportunity at one of the local parks as part of the natural resources renewal project. Groups, individuals, and families are encouraged to participate. Read more

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Lock Doors When Doing Yardwork

How long does it take to mow a lawn? Long enough for a thief to slip into your garage or home through a door you left unlocked. Thieves know that homeowners often leave doors unlocked or garage doors opened while in the yard and take advantage of the time you’re distracted while working or relaxing in the yard. Roseville Police recently had a call from a resident who had been doing some yardwork. The homeowner later found that cash and valuables had been stolen from his home. Read more 

Keeping Kids and Pets Safe

Roseville Police remind you to not leave your child or pet inside a vehicle while you run errands. The temperature inside of a car is generally hotter than outside temperatures and can climb rapidly. On an 80º F day, the inside of a car can exceed 115º in about 30 minutes. At that temperature a person or pet could quickly succumb to heat stroke. According to the Safe Kids Campaign, children are more vulnerable to heat because a child's body temperature increases three to five times faster than an adult’s body temperature. Read more

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