Monday, May 6, 2013
The City of Roseville wants to know which programs residents value most and which ones need improvement.
Are you willing to pay higher taxes for some city services? What city programs are most and least important to you? Those are some of the questions the city wants to ask you, according to a post on the city's website. The city will hold its budget hearing during the next council meeting starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 13. From the post: Specifically, Councilmembers would like to hear which programs you value the most, and which ones need improvement. We’re also interested in learning about your willingness to pay higher taxes and fees or whether you would prefer reduction or elimination of some services. READ THE FULL POST ON THE CITY'S WEBSITE If you're not able to make it to the meeting, you can email your comments to Finance Director…
Friday, December 21, 2012
Mix of projects included Sienna Green II apartments, new building for Affinity Credit Union and re-opening of Cost Plus World Market.
Even in the midst of a slow economy, the city of Roseville has enjoyed a second consecutive year of strong business development. That's the word from City Community Development Director Pat Trudgeon with only a few days left of 2012. "We've had a good mix of things happening," Trudgeon said Friday. The list of new projects in 2012 have ranged from the re-opening of the Cost Plus World Market at Rosedale Marketplace to the debut of the 80-unit Cherrywood Pointe assisted senior living complex and the relocation of FICO from Minneapolis to Roseville, bringing along 370 jobs, he said. For the first 11 months of 2012, the city has had $59 million of development activity including new construction and remodeling, Trudgeon said. That's down from…
Sunday, November 4, 2012
The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Editor's note: The following voting information appeared in the latest city of Roseville weekly newsletter: This year’s election is on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polls are open 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Log on to https://mnvotes.sos.state.mn.us/VoterStatus.aspx to see if you are registered and to find your polling place. If you have questions about the election contact Ramsey County at 651-266-2171 or email@example.com. To see a map of Roseville's precincts, click on to this link: http://www.cityofroseville.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/201 Here are Roseville's precinct locations: Precinct 1: Centennial United Methodist Church 1524 County Road C-2 West Precinct 2: Roseville Covenant Church…
Thursday, August 23, 2012
A proposal for a $25,000 makeover to Roseville's website was presented at Monday's Roseville Council meeting.
A proposed $24,750 redesign to the city of Roseville’s website would bring a mobile version compatible with smartphones and allow city staff to include more photos and graphics on the site’s pages and in email newsletters. Tim Pratt, city communications specialist, presented that proposal from the web developer Vision Internet at the Roseville Council’s Monday meeting. Roseville has been using the design firm CivicPlus since that business won a bidding process in 2007. “While CivicPlus brought our website out of the stone ages, it is incapable of providing additional services and features that will meet the two objectives: improve citizen usability and enhance engagement,” Pratt wrote in a document submitted to the council. Pratt said that…
Friday, April 6, 2012
Roseville University, class sessions to provide insights on police, community development and other city operations.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Submitted by the city of Roseville: The registration deadline is today (Friday) for people who want to get a behind-the-scenes look at how your local city government works. Apply today to attend Roseville University. Roseville U promises you insights into the day-to-day world of City Hall. The seven weeks of free classes will meet Thursday evenings starting April 12. Roseville U will feature presentations and interactive field trips with the Administration, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Police, Fire, Community Development and Finance departments. The classes will meet at 6:30 p.m.m at City Hall or other city facilities. City departments will spend the evening giving attendees a behind the scenes look at how each department operates …
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Update presented on Neighborhood Enhancement Program.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Minnesota Wild scheduled for outdoor practice at Roseville's John Rose OVAL Skating Center on Sunday, Jan. 22.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
News from the city of Roseville: The National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild will hold an outdoor practice on at noon, Sunday, Jan. 22 at the John Rose OVAL, 2661 Civic Center Drive, Roseville. The outdoor practice will cap off a hockey-themed weekend that starts with Hockey Day Minnesota on Saturday, Jan. 21. The practice is free and open to the public. Fans who stick around after the practice can enjoy open skating beginning at 2 p.m. Parking at the Oval is limited, so fans are encouraged to arrive early for the festivities. Practice is subject to cancellation if there are extreme weather conditions. The Guidant John Rose MN OVAL is the largest outdoor refrigerated skating facility in NorthAmerica, featuring a 110,000 square foot …
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Roseville group looks to stop city's issuing of bonds without a referendum
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Meetings sponsored by Roseville-Maplewood-Falcon Heights chapter of the Minnesota League of Women Voters
The Roseville-Maplewood-Falcon Heights chapter of the Minnesota League of Women Voters is sponsoring forums today and Wednesday on the challenges cities face with aging infrastructure. The scheduled guest speakeer is James DeBenedet, a civil engineer who has served on numerous boards and commissions in the city of Roseville. He also serves on RoMaFH board of directors. Officials at the Rosville-Maplewood-Falcon Heights League chapter said, "Public entities are facing twin challenges of public skepticism and reduced funding. These challenges are causing concern among public utilities managers and professionals while they deal with increasing failures of aging infrastructure systems. "While education is needed to address public …
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Students, staff at Roseville's Parkview Center School star in award-winning video guide to school recycling.
The District 623 School Board Tuesday honored students and staff from Roseville’s Parkview Center School who starred in a video that has won a 2011 Upper Midwest Region Emmy Award. Hayden Prenzlow, Tori Koos, Dustin Wolfe and their dean of student services, Jake Von De Linde, were recognized for their work on “Boxes, Bottles and Banana Peels: A Guide to School Recycling.” The video won first place in the “Education/Schools – Program/Special Series” category of the Regional Emmy Award competition of the Upper Midwest Chapter of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The video highlights the success of Parkview Center’s “Green Team” and how it has reduced costs in increasing the amount it recycles. The students explain the nuts and …