Posted on: May 24, 2022
The City released its 2021 All-Department Equity update to City Council at the regular Council meeting on Monday, May 23.
Each City department leader spoke about how their departments have focused on helping Roseville achieve its goal where, "the predictability of success is not based on race or ethnicity."
It takes hard work and consistency to get the results we wa...
Posted on: June 16, 2022
On June 16, Mapping Prejudice and partner "Welcoming the Dear Neighbor?" Project at St. Catherine Univ. released a preliminary map of racially-discriminatory property covenants for Ramsey County. The map was developed through review of property records.
An example of a racially-discriminatory covenant included variations of the following language:
The said premises shall not be sold, mortgaged, leased or occupied by any person or persons who are not members of the Caucasian race, but this shall ...
Posted on: February 18, 2022
This year, the focus of Black History Month centers around the theme of Black Health and Wellness, and it could not come at a more appropriate time. Many of the city’s residents look forward after more than two years of the Covid-19 pandemic tha...Read on...
Posted on: November 16, 2021
In a unanimous decision November 8, City of Roseville council members voted to ban “conversion therapy” within the city.
In a unanimous decision November 8, City of Roseville council members voted to ban conversion therapy within the city.
Conversion therapy is a practice used to try to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. It is most often practiced on mi...Read on...
Posted on: February 23, 2022
In this year’s State of the City Address, Mayor Dan Roe, City Council members, and City of Roseville staff co-created a video presentation that reviews the work of the City through our long-held community aspirations.
View or Read the State of the City Address