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Roseville group aims for more neighborhood associations

Organizing outreach effort in central part of the city
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The Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations is spearheading a city-wide effort to activate or revive neighborhood associations in the central city.

The nonprofit, community organization is working in cooperation with Roseville police and fire, and the city’s neighborhood services department on this outreach effort. They’re encouraging residents to attend a community meeting to learn about forming a neighborhood association where they live.

The group held its first meeting Feb. 23 in the Highland Reserve neighborhood and the second meeting is for residents of the Los Cerritos neighborhood. Six other community meetings are scheduled through June.

RCONA works to promote and foster neighborhood unity and community partnerships, and enhance the quality of life in Roseville. The organization hosts the summer Movies in the Park series.

~ Sena Christian

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Mark your calendars

What: Neighborhood community outreach meetings

When: All meetings at 6:30 p.m.
• Tuesday, March 6 for Los Cerritos neighborhood in the Garden Room at Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All America Blvd.
• Thursday, March 29 for Kaseberg/Kingswood neighborhoods at Kaseberg Elementary School, 1040 Main St.
• Tuesday, April 10 for Harding/Creekside neighborhoods at Spanger Elementary School, 699 Shasta St.
• Thursday, April 26 for Sierra Vista/Enwood neighborhoods at Spanger Elementary School, 699 Shasta St.
• Wednesday, May 16 for Diamond Oaks neighborhood at Catheryn Gates Elementary School, 1051 Trehowell Drive
• Friday, May 31 for Hillcrest/Cherry Glen/Theiles neighborhoods at Cirby Elementary School, 814 Darling Way
• Thursday, June 28 for Vineyard neighborhood at Impact Church, 8330 Brady Lane

Info: For more information, visit www.rcona.org