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  1. Trick or Treat

    Halloween Safety

    Usually when talking about Halloween safety, we talk about watching for cars or not eating too much candy. This year, however, we have another worry – COVID-19. Read on...
  2. voting booth

    General Election is November 3

    Roseville residents will elect two councilmembers at the November 3 election. Voters will also vote for several federal, state, county and judicial offices. Four candidates are running for Roseville City Council. Read on...
  3. Smoke Alarm

    Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

    Stay safe. Replace the batteries in your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide (CO) detector at least once a year. Roseville Fire suggests changing batteries every year at the end of Daylight Saving Time on November 1. Read on...
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    What's Open and Closed


    Find out what's open and closed at the City of Roseville. Many city services are available online and can be found on Roseville's online city services for residents and businesses page. For other COVID-19 information and updates, visit our COVID-19 (Coronavirus) page.