Posted on: June 7, 2023
There is a watermain break on County Road B2 in front of Roseville Area High School.
Roseville Public Works staff is addressing the problem and will need to shut down portions of B2 between Hamline and Lexington.
Residents may experience temporary disruptions in service. We will provide updates as soon as possible.Read on...
Posted on: May 11, 2023
Storm drains flow directly into our local lakes, rivers, and wetlands, which can deposit trash and debris into our treasured natural resources.
Residents can help keep some of those pollutants out of our community’s water bodies by volunteering for the Adopt-A-Drain program.
Adopting a drain is easy. Residents can sign-up at Adopt-a-Drain.org, where they create an account with...Read on...
Posted on: April 4, 2023
The cool start to spring after this winter’s record-setting snowfall may dampen our spirits a bit, but it’s good news for the City of Roseville’s stormwater system.
The slow spring melt means the city’s storm system is flowing smoothly and the risk of water overflowing storm basins is low.
“As of right now, city crews did some investigative work and we don’t have concerns at this point,” said Roseville’s Env...Read on...
Posted on: March 20, 2023
Have you ever questioned if recycling is worth it? Short answer: yes. Beyond saving energy and protecting natural resources, recycling also supports vital industries.
Recycling is the process of collecting materials that would otherwise be thrown away and turning them into new products. Our cans, bottles and paper are dropped off at a local facility where people and machines sort the recycling into material types which...Read on...
Posted on: February 6, 2023
Looking to score a great deal on new appliances over President's Day weekend? Be sure to buy high-efficiency labeled appliances and get a rebate on your water bill.
The City of Roseville, in partnership with the Metropolitan Council and the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment, is offering up to $300 off your water bill for upgrading/repairing your irrigation system (75% rebate) or replacing your toilet, clothes w...Read on...
Posted on: December 27, 2022
Ramsey County, in collaboration with the cities of Roseville and Saint Paul, is working to redesign Dale Street between Highway 36 and north of Como Avenue.
This redesign will include a 4-to-3 lane conversion of Dale Street to reduce the frequency and severity of crashes occurring along the roadway.
The roadway will be resurfaced and restriped and signals will be replaced or updated along the corridor. The ear...Read on...
Posted on: December 15, 2022
Recycling pick-up today (12/15) will be delayed until tomorrow (12/16) due to weather and road conditions. Friday’s pick-up will be delayed to Saturday (12/17).
If you have questions, please contact Eureka Recycling at 612-NO-WASTE (612-669-2783).
Posted on: November 28, 2022
The City of Roseville is excited to name Jesse Freihammer as its new Public Works Director.
Freihammer received his degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University and started with the City of Roseville in 2015. Freihammer served as City Engineer and Assistant Public Works Director before his recent promotion to Public Works Direc...
Posted on: November 14, 2022
Hate it or love it - snow is flying here in Minnesota! Check out these winter tips and always remember to slow down and leave extra room between other vehicles during the winter season.
The city makes every effort to clear snow as quickly as possible after each snow event. Plows often operate overnight when fewer cars are on the road. Crews generally start with the most heavily trafficked roads before moving on to other roads, cul-de-sac...Read on...
Posted on: October 24, 2022
Keystone Community Services is offering a free drive-through grocery pick-up event at Roseville Public Works. Families can expect to receive one bag of 5-7 varieties of fruits and vegetables and assorted shelf-stable grocery items.
November 5, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Roseville Public Works - 2660 Civic Center Dr
Registrations are nearly full - sign up today!
What will I receive? Every household will receive one box that includes:
- 1 bag of 5 – 7 varieties of fruits and vegetables...
Posted on: October 6, 2022
Please expect less parking space at the License Center while this maintenance work is completed - we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Posted on: September 21, 2022
On Monday, September 19, Roseville City Council approved two new commissioners to the Planning and Public Works, Environment & Transportation (PWET) Commissions.
Allison Luongo will join the PWET Commission and Pamela Aspnes will join the Planning Commission. Both commissioners will hold their positions until March 31, 2024.
Luongo has been a Roseville resident for two years and is excited to use her skills as a ci...Read on...
Posted on: September 16, 2022
There will be a community meeting to discuss the Civic Campus Pre-Design Project. The project builds on the general direction established during the 2020-2021 Civic Campus Master Plan.
Posted on: August 22, 2022
Do you know a young person who would be a great voice in local government?
The City has openings for Roseville residents under 18, who would like to be youth commissioners.
City of Roseville Seeks Student Voices
There are openings on the Finance Commission; Human Rights, Inclusion, and Engagement Commission (HRIEC); Parks and Recreation Commission; and the Public Works, Environment, and Transportation (PWET) Commission.&n...Read on...
Posted on: June 30, 2022
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires water suppliers to provide consumers with an annual report. The report details some of the levels of common contaminants, and indicates whether these substances are at dangerous or actionable levels.
Safe Drinking Water
Roseville Public Works Director Marc Culver leads the team in measuring these potential contaminants. They test the water in the City three-to-four times each year by collecting samples from residents’ homes. This year’s test showed ver...Read on...
Posted on: May 18, 2022
Most Minnesotans are aware of our two seasons – Snowplow Season and Construction Season. With winter behind us, here are some construction updates that might impact your drive-time or jogging route.
The City is replacing two areas of water mainline pipe this summer. Both have an expected construction schedule from May to the end of June.
- Lexington Avenue from County Road C to Woodhill Drive.
- County Road B from Merrill Street to Lexington Ave...
Posted on: May 18, 2022
On Tuesday, May 24th, Public Works Environmental Manager Ryan Johnson will present the MS4 Update on storm water projects the City completed in 2021 and look to the future of 2022 and beyond.
The meeting will be held Tuesday, May 24 at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, during the Public Works, Environment, and Transportation (PWET) Commission meeting.
"Storm water and lakes are so important to Roseville’s Comprehensive Surface Water Manage...Read on...
Posted on: March 2, 2022
In redeveloping the Twin Lakes area near the newly built Oasis apartment development (West of Snelling Avenue), the City wanted to improve the area aesthetically, environmentally, and for safety reasons. That’s why they created an underground pipe for dra...Read on...
Posted on: February 23, 2022
In this year’s State of the City Address, Mayor Dan Roe, City Council members, and City of Roseville staff co-created a video presentation that reviews the work of the City through our long-held community aspirations.
View or Read the State of the City Address
Posted on: February 18, 2022
Why should you apply to become a City of Roseville Board Commissioner? We can't answer that for you, but these phenomenal City commissioners sure can. Take a look below and see if you would like a "seat at the table."
There are three open commissioner positions open in the City of Roseville.
- Finance Commission
- Parks and Recreation Commission
- Public Works, Environment, and Transportation (PWET) Commission
Application deadline is March 7, 2022. In order to be consi...Read on...