Welcome to The City of Roseville!
Our mission is to provide ethical, efficient, and responsive local government. We are guided by our key community aspirations and the policies of the City Council, elected by the community.
Through the work of our professional staff, volunteers and the community, we all have a part in ensuring that Roseville remains strong, vibrant, and sustainable for current and future generations. We take pride with being accessible and responsive.
Over the past several months, city staff and project consultants have been working with community members to help develop a vision for the City of Roseville – one that responds to the values of the people who live and work in Roseville today.
This community vision will provide a blueprint to guide key decisions throughout Roseville, now and into the future.
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Roseville Firefighters Test Rescue and Fire Attack Skills at Live BurnThe room was pitch black and filled with smoke. Firefighters couldn’t see their gloves in front of their faces, so they dropped to their hands and knees and relied on their other heightened senses and years of training to search for survivors. Read on...
Neighborhood Enhancement Program Kicks OffCity of Roseville staff will be out walking neighborhoods starting in May for the annual Neighborhood Enhancement Program. Read on...
Help keep our lakes and wetlands clean. Adopt a Drain!Storm drains flow directly into our local lakes, rivers, and wetlands, which can deposit trash and debris into our treasured natural resources. Read on...
Mi-Sant Brings Vietnamese Favorites to RosevilleA Roseville family of foodies is reimagining fast-casual cuisine with fresh ingredients, made-from-scratch pastries, and the bold and bright flavors that nod to their Vietnamese roots. Read on...
Roseville Holocaust Survivor Says it’s Important to Share his StoryRoseville resident Erwin Farkas says he may have survived the Nazi death camps by lying about his age. Read on...
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Minnesota State Statute 471.701 states “a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees.”
For the City of Roseville, titles and salaries as of January 2023 are:
- City Manager - $185,660.80
- Assistant City Manager - $156,228.80
- Finance Director - $153,316.80