The City of Roseville operates under the Council-Manager plan. Under this form of government, all legislative power is vested in the elected, part-time City Council. This Council consists of a Mayor (the ceremonial head of the City who presides over Council meetings) and four Councilmembers who are elected at large for four-year overlapping terms. Each member has a single, equal vote.
The Council adopts policies and ordinances and appoints a professional, full-time City Manager to carry them out. The City Manager is solely responsible for the administration of City business and may delegate authority to promote efficient use of staff time.
The City Council meets the second, third and fourth Mondays of most months at 6:00 pm at Roseville City Hall. Meetings are conducted using Rosenberg's Rules of Order
. Except for closed executive sessions authorized under state law, all meetings of the City Council are open to the public.
What to expect at a Council meeting