Ray Kerridge

City of Roseville’s travel cost nears $411,000 for a year

The city of Roseville will spend an estimated $411,000 by the end of this fiscal year for travel undertaken by employees and City Council members. These trips include out-of-state ...

Roseville officials travel to South Africa for hotel/conference center meetings

Four officials with the city of Roseville returned from a recent trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, feeling positive about the likelihood of securing an investor in a hotel confer ...

City of Roseville ‘blowing up silos’

A city doesn’t run quite like a typical business, because it’s not one. But, maybe a municipality wouldn’t fare badly to mimic this type of enterprise. That&rsqu ...

Still at odds: Roseville man served restraining order

John Zisk considers himself the largest private landowner in central Roseville. Here, he claims to own slightly more than 12 acres of property in three parcels. Dry Creek runs thr ...

The Old Town experiment: A talk with city officials on historic Roseville

The city’s grand experiment in Old Town Roseville began some in earnest some 15 years ago, with the establishment of the Roseville Redevelopment Agency. Finally, after numer ...

Roseville aims to create vibrant downtown

On a typical Saturday evening, you can find customers dining on ceviche and sipping cocktails, as band members of that night’s musical act prep the stage for their gig inside ...

Roseville close to having all employees pay CalPERS share

In an ongoing effort to lower pension expenses, the city of Roseville has been asking all employees to pick up their full share of CalPERS retirement costs. If the city successful ...

Roseville police swear in new staff, officers

The Roseville Police Department swore in more than 30 new officers and volunteers Wednesday morning at the Roseville High School Theater. Hundreds of friends and family gathered ...

Roseville officials: city budget once again 'status quo?

Roseville's upper management went through what City Manager Ray Kerridge calls a "brain-numbing" process of reviewing all department budgets line by line. If there was a random $1 ...

Roseville formalizes partnership with Sac State

California State University, Sacramento President Alexander Gonzalez, Roseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci and City Manager Ray Kerridge signed a memorandum of understanding Wednesday ...

Third-party audit for Roseville shows efficiency, room for improvement

The city of Roseville operates efficiently and effectively but has room for improvement according to the results of a third-party audit presented during Wednesday's council meeting ...

Roseville Urban Forest Foundation hosts tree planting

The Roseville Urban Forest Foundation wants to spruce up a riparian area along Dry Creek and they’re asking residents to pitch in. Over the past decade or so, students at Adelan ...

Roseville to reconsider marijuana smell nuisance

The Roseville City Council will reconsider a proposed ordinance to prohibit backyard medical marijuana plants. The item was introduced to the council in July and essentially shelv ...

Roseville breaks ground on new fire station

The city of Roseville broke ground on Fire Station No. 9 Thursday, and expects to finish the construction by this winter. The station, located on Hayden Parkway, will serve the we ...

Are recruitment costs worth it?

Roseville has gone through two interim fire chiefs since former Chief Ken Wagner took an early retirement incentive in November 2010 and a permanent chief has now been hired &mdash ...