City of Roseville

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’ ...

City View: Free Fourth of July parade, fireworks, music and more

Come join your friends, family and neighbors at Roseville’s Fourth of July celebration and parade. In addition to the parade, the festivities include free family fun activities ...

Residents rethink the future of downtown

Jennifer Bortz grew up in San Jose and participated in children’s theater throughout her youth, performing at a downtown theater surrounded by restaurants, hotels, shops and a pa ...

Group needs money for WWII monument

A bronze monument to World War II soldiers got a boost June 1 when the Roseville City Council announced grant awards, including one for $14,625 to the Placer County Japanese Americ ...

New speed limits posted in Roseville

Roseville motorists might notice slight increases in speed limits posted around the city. The Press Tribune sat down with Roseville’s acting Public Works Director Rhon Hernd ...

Group needs money for WWII monument

A bronze monument to World War II soldiers got a boost June 1 when the Roseville City Council announced grant awards, including one for $14,625 to the Placer County Japanese Americ ...

Footbridge removal begins

Crews are removing the Royer Park footbridge near the Downtown Roseville Library due to damage from winter storms. But fear not, Roseville residents. The city plans to construct a ...

New librarian takes the helm

Natasha Casteel left her home in Albuquerque to join the City of Roseville’s ranks as new head librarian. She will also supervise the Maidu Museum and Historic Site. Castee ...

City seeks name for new park

Roseville residents have a voice in the naming of a new city park on Nettleton Drive that will be under construction in 2012. The unnamed park is currently known as site W-53, a 9 ...

Putting the ‘care’ back in health care

When Care Innovations employees enter their Roseville office, they walk pass a wall covered with dozens of black and white photographs. Some photos show a staffer’s mom who suf ...

Fate of City Hall Annex

What should happen to old City Hall? Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge seeks an answer to that question. He has an idea, though. Kerridge thinks the building located at 316 Vern ...