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Posted on: April 12, 2021

Governor Walz declares countywide curfew

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Due to the Emergency Declaration declaring a curfew in Ramsey County issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, all Roseville Park and Recreation activities scheduled after 6:45 p.m. are cancelled for tonight.

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Severe Weather Awareness Week

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April 12-16 is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota. Roseville Fire and Police ask residents, schools and businesses to review emergency plans for taking shelter in case of severe weather.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety promotes a better understanding of the types of severe weather that can occur in Minnesota and what you can do to protect yourself, your family and your business. Visit dps.mn.gov to learn about weather dangers an...

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Help Maintain Roseville Parks

Rain Garden maintenance

Make an impact on Roseville parks and natural resources. Roseville is looking volunteer to join our Natural Resources Renewal efforts. On Saturday, April 17 we'll be gathering to clean up the raingarden at Lexington Park.

Each month, Roseville hosts a volunteer opportunity at one of the local parks as part of the natural resources renewal project. Groups, individuals, and families are encouraged to participate. People of all ages are welcome and will have a role to play.

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Free Car Seat Clinic

Car Seat Clinic

The City of Roseville is committed to keeping your children safe. One simple task is to make sure that your child’s car seat is installed correctly. Approximately 90% of car seats are not.

The Roseville Fire Department is collaborating with Health Partners to offer a free car seat clinic. Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians will help residents install their kids or grandkids’ car seats. It takes approximately 30 minutes t...

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Posted on: April 1, 2021

Zoning Code Update Meetings Continue

Zoning Project

The City of Roseville invites residents to share their thoughts on the 2021 Zoning Code update. The last of five meeting covering the update will feature a presentation on the Rice St. Corridor on Wednesday, April 14.

Roseville’s Zoning Code update will bring zoning regulations into alignment with the city’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan adopted in April 2020. The Zoning Code contains land use and building rules that apply to properties in the city.&n...

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Clean Up Day in Roseville

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Roseville residents can bring unwanted items to the Dale Street Soccer Fields parking lot, 2555 Dale St., for Roseville's Clean Up Day on Saturday, April 24. Crews will be there from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

This year only, residents can dispose of mattresses and box springs for free.

Residents are requested to wear mask and to stay in their vehicles while workers unload and sort items.

General LoadCar: $14Minivan/SUV: $26Trailer (4x4x8): $36Pickup Truck: $36

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Kite Day in the Park

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Bring your family and friends and rediscover the forgotten pleasure of kite flying. Roseville Parks and Recreation invites you to a kite flying extravaganza on Saturday, April 24 from 10:00 to noon.

Meet us at Central Park - Victoria Ballfields, 2940 Victoria Ave. Bring your own kite, or kids can receive a free kite from the Kiwanis Club of Roseville and Do Good Roseville, while supplies last.

The event is free, but registration is required to ensure ...

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Posted on: April 7, 2021

Free HHW Collections

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Many products used to maintain a home, yard or vehicle or to control pests are hazardous. Getting rid of any of those unwanted products can be a challenge. Ramsey County offers an easy, free solution.

Residents can drop off unwanted household hazardous waste materials at a free Ramsey County HHW collection site for safe disposal.

Items accepted include antifreeze, batteries (all types), bug killers/repellents, cell phones, cleaners, cooking oil (must be...

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Posted on: March 31, 2021

Protecting our Groundwater

Lawn Fertilizing

As you get ready for spring yardwork, the City of Roseville asks you to do your part to protect the city’s groundwater. The chemicals you apply to the lawn can seep into groundwater.

Runoff from fertilizer can enter the storm sewer system and wind up in neighboring lakes and ponds.

Environmental reminders:

  • Roseville City Code prohibits applying fertilizers before April 15.
  • City Code prohibits applying fertilizers within 50 feet of any we...
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Posted on: March 11, 2021

Message to the Community Regarding the Chauvin Trial

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Jury selection for the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin started on March 8. The City of Roseville recognizes that the trial will undoubtedly have an impact on all of us, particularly our communities of color.

As the trial unfolds, it is essential that the city allow space for mourning, grief, and protest. Last summer, the city was heartened to observe that the vast majority of residents who expressed their right to free speech and assembly did so peacefully. I...

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Posted on: March 31, 2021

Spring Yardwork

Leaf Site Drop Off

The early spring means many homeowners are getting a jump on yardwork. One of the big projects is often raking leaves, grass, mulch and dead plant material to prepare the soil for spring planting.

The City of Roseville reminds you that these items may not be raked into the street. Homeowners are responsible to dispose of any yard waste.

Residents have several options to dispose of yard waste. Leaves can be dropped off at Roseville’s Leaf C...

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Posted on: March 31, 2021

Brooks Named Equity and Inclusion Manager

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Roseville City Manager Patrick Trudgeon announced the hiring of Thomas Brooks as Roseville’s Equity and Inclusion Manager. Brooks began his role with the city on Monday, March 29.

The Equity and Inclusion Manager is a new position that was authorized by the City Council in its 2021 budget. Brooks’ hiring is part of the city’s commitment to identify and address barriers to equity. 

Brooks will work to ens...

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Posted on: March 31, 2021

Sjostrom Tapped as Next Assistant Fire Chief

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The City of Roseville announced that Neil Sjostrom has been selected as the Fire Department’s next Assistant Chief. Sjostrom will assume the role on June 1, when current Assistant Chief David Brosnahan becomes Fire Chief.

Sjostrom currently serves as a battalion chief with the Roseville Fire Department. He initially joined Roseville Fire as a part-time firefighter in 2005. Since then, he filled numerous roles within the department, including administrative assistant, full-...

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Posted on: March 24, 2021

Help for your Garden

Compost Delivery

Pick up free compost and wood chips from the bins in front of Roseville’s Leaf Recycling Center at 2580 Dale St., located just south of County Road C. This nutrient rich compost boosts your soil and helps your garden.

Wood chips make a great ground cover that reduces time needed for weeding, saves water, nourishes soil and reduces the need for chemical weed killers or herbicides.

The gates to the Leaf Recycling Center will be open from April 2 to May 3, letting resident...

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Posted on: March 30, 2021

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Virtual Meeting

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.

Meetings will be conducted through the Zoom webinar platform. Members of the public who wish to comment during the meeting are asked to register at www.cityofroseville.com/attendmeeting. Zoom meeting information will be posted in the calendar notification...

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