City of Roseville

Casey takes over Roseville’s parks

As one might expect, Roseville’s new head of parks and recreation is an avid exerciser. Dominick Casey, 37, works out every morning before hitting up the office. It’s a routine ...

Official says avoidance best way to handle snakes

Valerie Lewellen and her dog were walking on the bike trail near E. Roseville Parkway when they encountered an unwanted surprise — a coiled-up rattlesnake. The pair nearly stepp ...

Roseville’s total property value drops 4.74 percent

Roseville’s property tax revenues decreased this year, but officials say they will not know the full impact on the city until the midyear budget review in December. A report ...

Kids explore the world at Roseville libraries

Isabella Kozlov’s recent trip to Maidu Library was her first visit to the establishment, but it won’t be her last. The 2-year-old sat around as volunteer Leslie McNeil ...

Roseville considers redevelopment agency’s future

To pay or not to pay: That is the question for the City of Roseville. The city must decide if it will shell out about $1.8 million in redevelopment funds to the state of Californi ...

Busted for busting a move

Len Travis says the city wants to break up the party. The Roseville business owner has started a media campaign accusing the city of banning dancing and targeting his establishmen ...

Council approves raises for Roseville managers, labor groups

Roseville’s managers and labor groups will receive their promised raises after the City Council OK’d honoring their contracts Wednesday. The council voted 4 to 1 to ho ...

Helpers’ vigilance saves water

Gary Schreib scans the streets for signs of offenders — flooded gutters, puddles of water forming on lawns or algae growing on sidewalks. When driving through his Meadow Vista n ...

Why we can’t afford to lose redevelopment

We expected change. Given the dire straits of the state budget, cities like ours knew there would be give-and-take in the way tax revenues are used throughout the state. But it’ ...