City Manager Patrick Trudgeon will present Roseville’s 2021 preliminary budget to the City Council on Monday, August 10. A preliminary budget is a starting point from which council members work to arrive at a final budget.
The preliminary budget presentation and documents will be available at www.cityofroseville.com/budgetinfo following the August 10 meeting.
In addition to the August 10 date, the budget will be discussed at the following meetings.
September 14Receive Budget ...
Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. Roseville is looking for help with its natural resources renewal efforts. Join us on Saturday, August 15 to plant forbs and sedges in Villa Park.
Please bring gloves and a water bottle. Groups, individuals and families are encouraged to participate. People of all ages are welcome.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, masks are highly encouraged and volunteers are required to social distance. Thank ...
There will a primary election for the Roseville City Council and several federal, state and judicial offices on August 11. Five candidates have filed for two seats on the Roseville City Council.
The primary election will narrow the field to four candidates. Candidates for city council appearing on the August 11 primary ballot, in alphabetical order, are:
Polls will be open from 7:00 a...
If you are unable to make it to your polling location to vote in the August 11 primary, but want to vote in person, Ramsey County residents can vote early at any of the three early voting locations.
When voting early, the voter feeds the ballot through the ballot counter.
Ramsey County Library - Roseville2180 Hamline Ave N, RosevilleTuesday, August 4 to Friday, Aug. 7 – 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Saturday, August 8 – 10:00 a.m. to 3:00...
COVID-19 has changed the way government is doing business. The City of Roseville wants to make it easier to access services provided by the city. A person can find a wide selection of services online.
Available online services include building permit applications and inspections, parks and recreation programming, utility bill pay, job opportunities, license and passport service appointments, filing a police report, pothole repair requests and more.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued Executive Order 20-81 on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 requiring people in Minnesota to wear a face covering in all public indoor spaces and businesses beginning Saturday, July 25, 2020.
Governor’s Executive Order 20-81Governor’s Face Covering RequirementsGovernor’s Face Covering FAQ
For more information about face coverings and the Governor’s Executive Order, please see the Frequently Asked Question...
The Roseville City Council voted to extend a waiver of utility late fees during its Monday, June 8 City Council meeting an additional three months to included bills due in June, July and August.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on residents, the City Council has instructed city staff to waive the late fee for utility bills due on June 30, July 31, and August 31, 2020.
The city will continue to accept partial payments and emphasized that...
Absentee voting for the 2020 primary began on Friday, June 26. To minimize direct contact with others, Ramsey County is encouraging voters to vote by mail. All Minnesota voters are eligible to vote by mail.
Voting absentee is easy to do, as long as you plan ahead. A voter must have a registered voter serve as a witness for a ballot to be accepted.
Voters can apply for ballot online at mnvotes.org or call 651-266-2171 and an application will be sent ...
The City of Roseville has compiled the following information for businesses to help answer questions and assist those seeking help accessing services and resources, including recovery, tax relief, and loan options.
Coronavirus Survey for Roseville Businesses
Note: Please review our guidance on the Governor’s Emergency Executive Order 20-20 to determine if your business can remain open or must close.
Governor Tim Walz has issued Executive Order 20-5...
The City of Roseville has compiled the following information for residents and students to help answer questions and assist those seeking help accessing services and resources.
Ramsey County provides information and links to apply for emergency assistance for cash, SNAP, child care, health care and financial assistance. Information is available in English, Hmong, Spanish, Somali and Karen.
A list of upcoming meetings and events is included in the last News Update of the month. Meeting times and locations are subject to change. Contact the City of Roseville at 651-792-7001 if you have questions.
All August meetings will be conducted virtually through the Zoom webinar platform. Members of the public who wish to comment during virtual meetings will be asked to join the meeting through Zoom. To register to attend a meeting, visit www.cityofroseville...
Parks and Recreation programs and facilities impacted by COVID-19.
Roseville Parks and Recreation is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our participants, staff and community as a whole. Below are modifications that are in place as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PROGRAMS & EVENTS