Ed Kriz

Roseville residents, businesses must reduce water use 20 percent

The city of Roseville has announced a mandatory 20 percent water use reduction among its residential and commercial customers due to persistent drought conditions, effective immedi ...

City of Roseville updates Water Conservation Code as drought continues

Residents and businesses that get their water from the city of Roseville still don’t have to worry about mandatory drought measures, but officials are encouraging water custo ...

Roseville will use an estimated $950,000 for drought measures

The city of Roseville will divert more than $950,000 from its Water Operations Fund to cover the costs of implementing a drought escalation plan. The city will likely need to acti ...

Roseville turning on aquifer wells in response to drought

The city of Roseville will turn on its four aquifer wells next week in response to ongoing concerns over the current drought and the critically low levels of Folsom Reservoir. In ...

Roseville not at drought stage — yet

The city of Roseville is asking all residents and businesses to voluntarily reduce their water usage by 20 percent now so stricter, mandatory measures won’t be needed in the ...

Residents to see increase in water, sewer rates

Roseville residents will see an increase on their water and sewer bills starting this July, in what may be the first of five years of rate changes. The Roseville City Council unan ...