Social Media Site Disclaimer
The City’s of Roseville's social media sites are operated by the City of Roseville. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify, add or delete comments or posts, photos and video at any time.
Comments associated with unlawful activity or that contain offensive or vulgar language or photos, personal attacks on staff or members of the public, political endorsements of any kind, commercial advertisements or any other form of commercial solicitation will be removed.
The City of Roseville has the right to reproduce any pictures or videos to this site in any of its publications or websites or any other media outlets.
The views, postings or opinions expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect those of the City of Roseville.
The City of Roseville does not endorse any product, service, company or organization advertising on its Facebook page. The ads that appear on the pages are sold, posted and maintained by Facebook.
The City of Roseville does not share information gathered through its social media sites with third parties for promotional purposes. However, any information you provide to the city is subject to the Minnesota Data Practices Act. This law classifies certain information as available to the public upon request.
Moderating Public Comments
City of Roseville staff, with administrative rights, will not edit posted comments, but may remove comments that are abusive; obscene; defamatory; in violation of the copyright, trademark right or other intellectual property right of any third party; or otherwise inappropriate or incorrect. The following may be removed by city staff:
Potentially libelous comments
Obscene or racist comments
Personal attacks, insults or threatening language
Private, personal information published without consent
Comments totally unrelated to the topic of the forum
Commercial promotions or spam
Hyperlinks to material that is not directly related to the discussion
Sexually content or links to sexual content
Encourage or promote illegal activity
Promote political campaigns or ballot measures
Information that may compromise the safety or security of the public