Mike Shellito

Mike Shellito retires after 30 years of service to City of Roseville

Mike Shellito planned to retire about six months ago — something his wife Jan was excited about — but Mayor Gina Garbolino walked into his office last October with a request. ...

City council discusses new economic development department during budget meeting

For the first time, Roseville has a city department solely devoted to business attraction, retention and expansion. “The City of Roseville has never had a stand-alone economic d ...

City council meets to consider proposed budget

Roseville City Manager Mike Shellito clarified Monday that no city employees will be laid off in the next few months. “There are no layoffs planned immediately, and hopefully no ...

Kerridge wants to preserve Roseville's small-town feel, increase big-city amenities

Current Roseville City Manager Mike Shellito seems fond of metaphors. During the State of the City Thursday, Shellito compared Roseville’s current budget crisis — and the cuts ...

Kerridge wants to "maintain and enhance" Roseville

Incoming Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge said at the State of the City Thursday that his first priority is to maintain and enhance what already exists in Roseville. New develo ...

Roseville City Council approves contract for Mike Shellito

Roseville City Council unanimously approved an employment contract for Mike Shellito as he continues serving as Roseville’s City Manager. The month-to-month contract approved ...

Wanted: New city manager for Roseville

Roseville residents have more to look forward to than warmer weather in the coming months. A new city manager is scheduled to take the helm as early as May, if recruitment and co ...

Martha Riley Communtiy Library nets “Project of the Year” award

There may not have been a red carpet, celebrities or the paparazzi but it still felt like the Academy Awards. At least that’s how it seemed to Mike Shellito, assistant city mana ...