Roseville City Council

Roseville Councilman questions funding Salvation Army luncheon

Roseville City Council recently approved giving $2,500 to the Salvation Army. They did the same thing last year. And the repeated request by the nonprofit organization for a piece ...

Roseville mayor: City’s structural deficit not a long-term solution

Roseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci gave her State of the City address before the city council meeting Wednesday, remarking on the importance of having a financially and physically he ...

What’s happening: State of the City address

Want to know what's going on with the city of Roseville? Roseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci will give her State of the City address before tonight's City Council meeting, remarking o ...

Roseville City Council approves Creekview Specific Plan

Roseville has moved forward with plans for the development of 501 acres of land with the City Council's unanimous approval of the Creekview Specific Plan during Wednesday's meeting ...

Roseville establishes entertainment ordinance

In an effort to promote public safety in downtown and Old Town, the city of Roseville is asking businesses to become more self-policing. Roseville City Council unanimously approved ...

Roseville City Council approves energy plan

Roseville Electric will spend an estimated $4.5 million this fiscal year to comply with renewable energy and greenhouse-gas reduction mandates. The Roseville City Council unanimous ...

Roseville to begin selling ads on buses

Roseville's buses will soon have advertisements plastered on their sides in an effort to generate a new revenue stream for the city. The Roseville City Council voted unanimously in ...

Want to know your Roseville City Council candidates?

Get to know your seven candidates for Roseville City Council during a public forum. The Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations is hosting the forum, which takes from 7-9 ...

Roseville enters statewide cap-and-trade program

Roseville Electric is figuring out how exactly to comply with a new statewide cap-and-trade program. Director Michelle Bertolino calls the program's rules and details "a moving tar ...

Roseville takes ‘aggressive’ approach to tackling economic woes

Roseville is taking what city officials call an aggressive approach to improving the local economy with the adoption of the citywide Economic Development Strategy. Roseville City C ...

Roseville's election season begins

What's that knock on your front door? It could be a candidate running for Roseville City Council or a local school board. The official candidate filing period closed Friday, Aug. 1 ...

Construction moves forward on new Town Square

The parking lot in front of Civic Center was a pile of rubble on Thursday morning, as construction crews dug up the concrete to make way for the new Town Square in downtown Rosevil ...

Roseville Electric pursues new option for addressing wastewater

The Roseville Energy Park may change the way it deals with wastewater in an effort to save money and become more reliable. Roseville Electric, which operates the energy park in wes ...

City View: Participate in the future of your community

On Nov. 6, voters will select three members of our community to serve on the Roseville City Council. Of the three seats available, one is currently held by Mayor Pauline Roccucci ...

Public commenter: 1,000 kids to descend on Roseville

A public commenter during the Roseville City Council meeting Wednesday issued a warning about a whole bunch of youth soon coming to town. Roseville resident Jeff Dubchansky, repre ...