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Posted on: August 24, 2016

Help our Orchard

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Earlier this spring the City of Roseville collaborated with The Food Group to plant an edible orchard at the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum. Now, volunteers are needed to help maintain the orchard.

The orchard was brought to life thanks to the efforts of volunteers and staff, who planted more than 100 fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. Moving forward, the orchard will provide a community learning experience for classes and for community members to lear...Read on...

Posted on: September 14, 2016

Volunteering: Where Do I Fit In?

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The City of Roseville invites you to join us for a free, fun and interactive class that will help identify the rewards and benefits of volunteering and the steps it takes to find the fit that’s right for you.

We’ll help you answer the questions - What should I consider when volunteering? Will it work with my schedule? How can I identify when, where and how to make a volunteer connection?

Volunteers have discovered that the investment of time and talent ...Read on...

Posted on: September 21, 2016


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Roseville firefighters really know how to cook, and they plan to dish up a hearty serving of the best Booya around. Join the Roseville Fire Department Auxiliary at its annual fundraiser on Sunday, October 2.

Firefighters will be dishing up the booya at the VFW Post #7555, 1145 Woodhill Drive, in Roseville, Starting at 11:00 a.m.

Booya is a hearty beef, chicken and vegetable soup. It will be available for $5.00 per scoop. Hot dogs and other food items wil...Read on...

Posted on: September 21, 2016

Dementia Caregiving Re-Entry

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The dementia caregiving journey can be long, all-consuming and isolating. In the end, care partners often struggle with questions of how to move forward in life once they are no longer caring for a loved one.

The Roseville Alzheimer’s and Dementia Community Action Team (RSVL A/D) invites caregivers to join others who are walking the same path. They are launching a new initiative to help people re-energize and reintegrate their lives.

Keynote Speaker Connie ...Read on...

Posted on: September 21, 2016

Health Care Home: You & Your Primary Care Team

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Many primary health care clinics are reorganizing themselves to deliver more patient-centered care. Find out what this means for patients and their families on Saturday, October 1 at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville.

A health care home is an approach to primary care in which clinicians, families and patients work together to improve health for everyone, especially people with chronic health conditions and disabilities. Representatives from the Minnesota Dept. of Healt...Read on...

Posted on: September 21, 2016

Roseville Offers Great Fall Golfing

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Autumn golfing is the best – not too hot, not too crowded and at a price that can’t be beat. Cedarholm is a par-3, nine-hole course of 1,345 yards. It is located at 2323 North Hamline Ave., one block north of Highway 36.

The course will remain open into November, weather permitting. Call 651-633-TEES (8337) to reserve your tee time. Get additional offers and information at www.cityofroseville.com/golf.

Cedarholm's clubhouse has a pro shop, concessions, practice green a...Read on...

Posted on: September 7, 2016

Making your Garden Grow


Join us for two free classes to get the most from your yard. On October 8, learn how to create a beautifully landscaped yard that will provide a bounty of fresh fruits and on October 22 come learn about pollinators.

Yardscaping with Fruit – Apples, Berries, Cherries, and MoreSaturday, October 810:00 to noon
Harriet Alexander Nature Center2520 Dale St. North, Roseville

Edible Landscaping is made up of several tiers of plants to take advantage of the product...Read on...

Posted on: September 22, 2016

Collins Named Community Development Director


City Manager Patrick Trudgeon removed the “Interim” tag from Kari Collins’ title Thursday, naming her Roseville’s full-time Community Development Director.

Collins was appointed as the City’s Interim Community Development Director in March following the resignation of Paul Bilotta, who accepted a similar position with the City of Corvallis, Ore.

In her time as the City’s Interim Director, Collins has take...Read on...

Posted on: September 14, 2016

Preliminary Budget, Tax Levy Approved

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The City Council approved a preliminary property tax levy increase of 5.5 percent for 2017 at its Monday, Sept. 12 meeting. The 5.5 percent increase is now the maximum amount the City Council can raise the 2017 tax levy.

State statute requires cities to adopt a preliminary tax levy and budget by September 30 for the upcoming fiscal year. Once the preliminary levy is adopted it can be lowered, but not increased.

The recommended 2017 budget of $52,110,685 includes $29,41...Read on...

Posted on: September 7, 2016

Special Event Volunteers Needed

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Are you looking for a short, fun, and rewarding volunteer experience? Join us at the City of Roseville for several fun fall activities and events.

Celebrate fall by helping at the Wild Rice Festival on Saturday, September 17. Set up, organize, greet participants, cleanup, and other tasks based on your interests and availability from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Looking for volunteers for a minimum of a th...Read on...

Posted on: September 7, 2016

Community Wellness - Seniors


Roseville seniors, we’ve got you covered. Roseville Parks and Recreation offers activities and programs designed especially for adults 50 years and older.

Most health experts agree on the benefits of adding exercise and social outings to your daily routine. It can help keep your brain sharp and your heart healthy. Exercise can help lower the risk of some cancers and help control diabetes and blood pressure....Read on...

Posted on: August 31, 2016

Human Rights Essay Contest

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Students, how do stereotypes affect how we interact with each other? Let us know; enter the Roseville Human Rights essay contest and you could win a prize.

The essay contest is open to all sixth, seventh and eighth graders, including home-schooled students, who live in Roseville or attend a school in the Roseville Area School (RAS) District. Students write an essay on a specific topic.

This year’s topic...Read on...

Posted on: September 21, 2016

Imagine Roseville: Community, Policing and Race


Join the community conversation. The City of Roseville invites you to a conversation on community, policing and race in Roseville.

Following the Philando Castile shooting in a neighboring community in July, several residents raised questions about the shooting and whether such an event could happen in Roseville. Residents asked what we as a city, and we as individuals, could do to ke...Read on...