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Roseville City Council proclamations honor Constitution; prostate cancer awareness

During a quick 25-minute Roseville City Council meeting, a council proclamation honored the U.S. Constitution as Sept. 17 through 23 is now Constitution Week in Roseville.  ...

Union reps criticize Roseville ending janitorial agreement

Four union representatives spoke during public comment at Roseville City Council's Wednesday meeting, criticizing a city decision to give half its cleaning work to a non-union ...

Roseville to spend extra $500K a year on capital improvements

Roseville City Council unanimously approved $500,000 annual increases for Capital Improvement Plan rehab after a top official said Roseville was spending $4.1 million less than it ...

City workshop Feb. 7 to discuss ending RCDC

Discussions since October to close the Roseville Community Development Corporation moved forward Jan. 17, with RCDC CEO and the city’s Economic Development Director Chris Rob ...

Park to be named for late Roseville city planner Nela Luken

Much of West Roseville bears the imprint of Nela Luken, a senior city planner who helped guide development in that part of town before dying of injuries from a 2013 car accident th ...

City council approves $4M in one-time expenditures

For months, Roseville leaders have spoken of tough financial times for the city, of possible looming service cuts and increasing debt to the California Public Employees Retirement ...

Roseville approves $6M in tax-exempt bonds for John Adams Academy

Only rarely does the Roseville City Council vote other than unanimously in support of planned city projects or initiatives, but Dec. 6 was one of those nights. With Mayor Susan Ro ...

North Roseville senior care facilities moving forward

Once every six months or so, a Roseville City Council meeting has all the length and substance of a “Friends” rerun. Nov. 15 was such an evening for the council, with ...

Old Town affordable housing project stirs parking concerns

A long-intended affordable housing project could be back on the table for Old Town Roseville, with parking concerns freshly stoked for two business owners. Roseville City Council ...

Roseville accolades, challenges covered in 2017 State of the City

Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan and City Manager Rob Jensen gave the annual State of the City address on Oct. 18, recounting recent accolades for the city and reviewing potential chall ...

Roseville joins hunt for new Amazon headquarters

Count Roseville among the numerous North America cities that would love to build a second corporate headquarter base for Amazon. Roseville City Council voted 5-0 at a sparsely att ...

Councilman John Allard announces cancer diagnosis with optimism

In recent months, Roseville City Councilman John Allard has appeared slightly thinner in the face and let his hair grow out. On Wednesday evening, he announced why this is. Allar ...

Roundabout planned near fairgrounds

Another roundabout could be coming to Roseville, city staff confirmed during a discussion about air-quality grant money at Wednesday’s Roseville City Council meeting. Counci ...

Roseville city leaders, attorneys clash over health club

An environmental lawsuit could be brewing over long-planned luxury health club, VillaSport LLC in Roseville. On Aug. 2, Roseville City Council considered an appeal of a 3-2 decisi ...

City council approves new manager positions after budget cuts

Roseville City Council voted 5-0 on July 19 to add three managerial-level city positions – shortly after a regular meeting attendee questioned the timing. Richard Tepolt, on ...