City News Update

Deer Management

Over the years the City had received a growing number of complaints about the increasing deer population, with many calling for a hunt. In 2015, the City Council passed a wildlife management ordinance that imposed a feeding ban on wild animals typically found in Roseville, including deer. It also allowed for organized hunts to control the city's deer population, should the City Council determine there is a need based on population counts and community concerns. Read more...

Absentee Voting at City Hall

Thanks to Ramsey County, beginning October 24, Roseville residents will be able to vote by absentee ballot at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive. A person may register to vote, complete the absentee ballot application, and vote all at the same time.
Hours for absentee balloting are:
October 24-31 - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Pollinators Class

Join us for a free class about Minnesota's pollinators on Saturday, October 22 at the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum, 2525 Dale St. N. Learn about who Minnesota’s pollinators are and how individuals can help protect them. Pollinators are vital to our state, national, and global food systems. Since 2007, bee hives have suffered an unprecedented die-off in the United States due to a combination of higher stress, commercial pollination, mites and diseases. Read more...

Halloween Safety

Ghosts, goblins, fairy princesses: imaginations run wild as kids play on Halloween night. It’s an evening for fun and fright, but it can also be an evening of risk if families don’t plan carefully to stay safe. Roseville Police offer tips for a safe Halloween adventure. And remember, Roseville’s curfew law applies on Halloween. Youths 15 years old or younger must be indoors by 10 p.m. Teens ages 16 and 17 years old must be indoors by midnight. Read more...

Happy Halloween

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