The City of Roseville has enacted a business continuity plan to ensure that essential city services continue to be available to residents.
Following guidance from state health officials, Roseville has closed all facilities to public access from Monday, March 16, to Monday, March 30, to limit the potential for community transmission of COVID-19.The city asks for the public’s patience and understanding of this action. Essential city services will continue without interruption. City employees will be available by telephone and email during the facility closure.To maintain the city’s continuity of business, we ask residents to refer to the following information:
To renew vehicle tabs, driver’s licenses or identification cards without coming to the Roseville License Center, visit dps.mn.gov for online and mail application options and a list of open Deputy Registrar Offices.Customers may renew tabs by mail.MailRoseville License Center2737 North Lexington Ave.Roseville, MN 55113Please include a phone number in case there are processing questions.For questions, call the Roseville License Center at 651-792-7010.
Visit travel.state.gov for a list of open locations. For questions, call the Roseville Passport Center at 651-792-7010.
Information regarding business licenses can be found on the city’s Business License webpage. For questions regarding business licenses please contact Deputy City Clerk Katie Bruno at 651-792-7023 or Katie.Bruno@cityofroseville.com.
Building PermitsInformation regarding building permits and inspections can be found on our Building Permits webpage.Permit applications may be submitted online or mailed to:Community Development2660 Civic Center DriveRoseville, MN 55113Attn: Building PermitsFor questions, call Community Development at 651-792-7080
Code EnforcementEmail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 651-792-7014InspectionsCall 651-792-7080Planning and ZoningCall 651-792-7073 or 651-792-7074
For information on utility billing, starting a new account or closing an existing account, visit the Utilities webpage or call 651-792-7196.
If you have a fire or medical emergency call 9-1-1.Roseville Fire continues to be fully staffed and is operating under normal conditions without interruption. All fire programming have been canceled through Monday, March 30, including the Fire Explorer and Community CPR programs.Fire Inspections and PermitsCall 651-792-7340
If you have an emergency call 9-1-1.Roseville Police continues to be fully staffed and is operating under normal conditions without interruption.24-hour Non-EmergencyCall 651-767-0640
All Parks and Recreation facilities are closed and activities and programs have been canceled through Monday, March 30. Refunds will be processed if a program or event cannot be rescheduled. Once the city determines when programs will resume, program supervisors will be in contact with details on program’s status and/or refund status.For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-792-7006.
For general information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and updates regarding any impact on upcoming city events, visit www.cityofroseville.com/coronavirus. To receive COVID-19 email or text updates from the city, visit our Notify Me page and sign up for City News Updates for the latest announcements.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the State of Minnesota Department of Health and Ramsey County Public Health are the primary sources of information regarding COVID-19 for Roseville residents. Please visit their websites for the latest information.
COVID-19 information is also available from the State of Minnesota Department of Health in various languages: