Welcome to The City of Roseville!
Our mission is to provide ethical, efficient, and responsive local government. We are guided by our key community aspirations and the policies of the City Council, elected by the community.
Through the work of our professional staff, volunteers and the community, we all have a part in ensuring that Roseville remains strong, vibrant, and sustainable for current and future generations. We take pride with being accessible and responsive.
Make a Change in your Community! Apply to be a City of Roseville Commissioner.
City Council has extended the application period for the vacancies on both the Finance and Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commissions.
Applications for Finance and HRIEC have been extended through March 31, 2023.
Click here to learn more and apply
Roseville Awards $60,000 to Nonprofits Impacted by COVIDThe City of Roseville has awarded $60,000 to six local nonprofits impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including a food shelf, a furniture bank, and a mental health and youth services provider. Read on...
Minnesota Recycling WorksHave you ever questioned if recycling is worth it? Short answer: yes. Beyond saving energy and protecting natural resources, recycling also supports vital industries. Read on...
Visit Roseville’s Julie Wearn Named Tourism Professional of the YearMarch is Women’s History Month. This year’s theme is Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories. The City of Roseville is recognizing influential women who are doing exceptional work and bringing positive change to the community. Read on...
Roseville Welcomes New Nature Center SupervisorThere’s a new leader of the pack at Roseville’s Harriet Alexander Nature Center! Deon Haider is the new parks and recreation supervisor overseeing programming and staff at the nature center. Read on...
Roseville Parks and Recreation Offers New Inclusion Services ProgramThe City of Roseville will partner with a Twin Cities nonprofit to ensure children and adults of all abilities can more fully participate and enjoy recreational programs. Read on...
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Minnesota State Statute 471.701 states “a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees.”
For the City of Roseville, titles and salaries as of January 2023 are:
- City Manager - $185,660.80
- Assistant City Manager - $156,228.80
- Finance Director - $153,316.80