City News Update
Hands-Free Driving

Hands–Free Driving

Roseville Police want you to stay safe. Beginning August 1, Minnesota will be joining states across the country that prohibit holding a cell phone while driving for anything other than emergency assistance calls. The new law allows a driver to use a cell phone to make calls, text, listen to music or podcasts and get directions, but only when using voice commands or single touch activation without holding the phone. Police officers remind you that hands-free is not necessarily distraction free. Read more

Fire Department's Little Free Library

Roseville Fire now has its own Little Free Library. The library was built by firefighter Josh Waylander and is designed to look like the Roseville Fire Station located at 2701 Lexington Ave. The department's Little Free Library is currently stocked with books about fire safety, but all book genres are welcome for exchange. For the past 10 years, people throughout the world have been building Little Free Libraries. It started in 2009, when Todd Bol created the first Little Free Library. Read more

Little Free Library

Thank You Roseville Park Champions

The City of Roseville offers thanks and a round of applause for the dedication and support of the Adopt-a-Park volunteers who maintain garden beds, remove litter and keep a protective eye on a designated park in Roseville. Thanks to the caring volunteers who donate their time and assist park staff in maintaining Roseville’s park system to the highest standard of quality. Several parks remain available through Roseville’s Adopt-a-Park program. Read more

Keep House Numbers Visible

If you have an emergency at your home, could the police or firefighters quickly find you? Emergency workers are concerned that many homes do not have address numbers or the numbers are not visible from the street. Not having your house number clearly legible or if the numbers are obscured by trees or other objects could delay fire, police or ambulance services from finding your home. Those few seconds could mean the difference between life and death. Read more

House Numbers

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