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Address:   311 Vernon St, Roseville, CA 95678


Originally dubbed Junction in 1864, when it became the meeting point for the Central Pacific Railroad and the California Central Railroad, Roseville has been an incorporated city since 1909. But even after rail traffic declined, the city’s population boomed due to its proximity to the state capital. Unlike many locales, growth in Roseville has brought residents many amenities, due in part to healthy sales-tax revenue. It is consistently ranked as one of the most desirable mid-size cities, lauded on such sites as,,, and A full-service city, Roseville provides residents with police and fire departments, utilities (sewer, garbage, water, electric), public transportation, and online services.

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In 2020, Roseville made the switch to district-based elections for its council seats. Districts 1, 3 and 5 had races in the November 2020 general election. For the 2022 election, district boundaries will change to reflect 2020 census data.

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Image caption: Using funds from the California Urban Rivers Grant Program, Roseville got to work on habitat restoration along Dry Creek.
Restoration in Roseville

Work to improve both water quality and fish habitat is proceeding along Dry Creek, a popular recreation area in central Roseville.

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Roseville Launches Open Budget to Keep Residents Informed

Roseville has launched Open Budget, a portal with detailed data on the city’s budget and finances. “Open Budget is a cornerstone of our commitment to transparency,” said City Manager Dominick Casey. “This is important because as a full-service city with our own utilities, Roseville’s financial data is complex.”

(Oct. 25, 2022) → Read the full Roseville Today report
Roseville City Council Approves Annual CAPER Report

Roseville housing analyst Kristine Faelz presented the 2021 Program Year Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report, which highlights work funded by 2021 Community Development Block Grants, provided by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.

(Sept. 22, 2022) → Read the full Auburn Journal report
Upcoming Meetings & Events
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Parks and Recreation Commission
Monday December 5 2022   6:00 PM

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Roseville City Council Meetings
Wednesday December 7 2022   6:00 PM

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Planning Commission
Thursday December 8 2022   6:30 PM

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Hazard Mitigation Plan Steering Committee Meeting
Monday December 12 2022   1:00 PM

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Design Committee
Thursday December 15 2022   4:30 PM

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