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2660 Civic Center DriveRoseville, MN 55113
City Hall is located on the corner of Lexington Avenue and County Road C. The main phone number for City Hall is 651-792-7000.
Yes, there are several ways to donate to the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum. For specific needs, please contact Jim Taylor at 651-792-7107.
Yes, we have several volunteer opportunities. For more information please contact Roseville's volunteer coordinator at 651-792-7028.
The arboretum first opened in 1991.
Commercial permits require a minimum of 10 business days for staff review. Some residential permits can be issued immediately over the counter, including roofing, re-siding, HVAC, plumbing, and window replacements. Permits that require plan approval generally take five to seven business days for staff review. Examples include garages, additions, remodeling, decks, and others. Projects that involve variances or other land use requirements may require more time for review.
Permits are required when permanent repairs or improvements are made to a structure and the work is regulated by state or local codes and ordinances. Examples of work requiring a permit include, but are not limited to: Additions, Remodeling, Basement Finishes, Garages, Sheds, Decks, Driveways, Exterior Doors, Retaining Walls, Fences (over 4 feet in height), Roofing, Siding, Windows, Grading/Filling, Mechanical systems changes/additions, Electrical system changes/additions
Permits issued for an addition or improvement to a single family residence and for accessory buildings are valid for a period of 180 days from the date of issuance (provided construction has begun within 90 days of issuance) with the exception of electrical permits, which are valid for 1 year from the date of issuance. Contact the Building Division for information regarding extensions.
Please review this chart for more information.
Golf tournaments can be booked from two weeks to six months in advance.
Cedarholm's grill offers burgers, brats, chicken tenders, deli wraps, pizzas and several beverage options.
The community room is available to rent for $40 per hour. Reservations must be made in advance.
Cedarholm has driving carts available for $12 per cart
Yes, right- and left-handed clubs are available to rent for $6 each.
Food and golf packages can be arranged in advance through the community building manager.
No, just green fees or food and golf package fees.
Golfers can have a shotgun start. A course clear fee will be applied.
The Council meets most Mondays at 6:00 p.m. at Roseville City Hall. The meeting schedule is available here.
All mechanical permits, sign permits, and any type of commercial building permits require a City Contractor license. Other types of work are covered by state electrical, plumbing, or building contractor permits.
Contact the Well Management Program, part of the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-4600.
If the property ID has been issued by Ramsey County, it will display in MapRamsey. Property ID numbers are created and maintained by Ramsey County, not the City of Roseville.
Resolution No. 11725 is a resolution adopted by the City Council on Monday, July 20, 2020 to amend local emergency order to require the use of face coverings within the City of Roseville, Minn.
All individuals, while present within the City of Roseville, shall wear a face covering in indoor areas accessible to the public, unless specifically exempted. Indoor areas accessible to the public shall include:
Restaurants and Bars. These establishments shall include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all customers are required to wear a.
Spaces of Public Accommodation. Owners and managers of spaces of public accommodation must include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all employees are required to wear a face covering when the individual is within any area open to the public or within six feet of another person. Customers of these establishments shall be required to wear a face covering before entering the spaces of public accommodation and must wear the face covering until exiting.
Public Transportation. Users of public transportation are required to wear a face covering before boarding a bus and wear the face covering until the user exits the bus.
Entertainment Venues. Users are required to wear a face covering when the user is within six feet of another person. When the user is seated and not within six feet of a person they can remove the face covering, but must wear the face covering when walking to or from their seat and while standing in or walking through public areas such as lobbies and restrooms.
Common Spaces in Multi-Family Residential and Multi-Tenant Office Buildings. Residents of multi-family housing buildings, and their guests; and tenants, employees and their guests in multi-tenant office buildings shall wear a face covering when in common spaces such as hallways, corridors, lobbies, restrooms, mail rooms, elevators, trash and recycling rooms, fitness rooms, recreation rooms, laundry rooms and other space owned and used in common by the residents, employees and tenants of the building.
City Facilities. All users of City of Roseville facilities shall wear a face covering at all times while within the premises of such facilities.
The resolution goes into effect on Monday, July 27, 2020 at 12:01 a.m.
Yes. The resolution features several exemptions, including:
Examples include retail stores, rental establishments, City of Roseville government buildings, and service establishments as well as recreational facilities and service centers. This definition includes establishments and facilities that offer food and beverage not for on-premises consumption, including grocery stores, markets, convenience stores, pharmacies, drug stores, and food pantries.
Yes, patrons of bars and restaurants are required to wear face covering when not seated at a table.
No. Indoor athletic facilities shall follow CDC and Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Patrons are not currently required to wear face coverings or masks while actively participating in permitted athletic activities, but are encouraged to wear face coverings when not actively training.
Yes. Rosedale Center is considered a retail establishment.
Yes. Owners and managers of spaces of public accommodation must include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all employees wear a face covering when the individual is within any area open to the public or within six feet of another person. Customers are required to wear a face covering before entering the spaces of public accommodation and must wear the face covering until exiting.
Yes. Owners and managers of spaces of public accommodation must include in their COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that all employees wear a face covering when the individual is within any area open to the public or within six feet of another person.
Residents of multi-family housing buildings, and their guests shall wear a face covering when in common spaces such as hallways, corridors, lobbies, restrooms, mail rooms, elevators, trash and recycling rooms, fitness rooms, recreation rooms, laundry rooms and other space owned and used in common by the residents, employees and tenants of the building.
Tenants, employees and their guests in multi-tenant office buildings shall wear a face covering when in common spaces such as hallways, corridors, lobbies, restrooms, mail rooms, elevators, trash and recycling rooms, fitness rooms, recreation rooms, and other space owned and used in common by the employees and tenants of the building.
Please call the City of Roseville Administration office at 651-792-7001 to report a business that is not requiring customers to wear a face covering. City staff will follow up directly with the business to ensure compliance with the face covering order.
You should first make the employees of the place of business aware of the situation. They will ask the customer to put on a face covering or leave. If that person does not leave, the business can call the Roseville Police Department’s non-emergency line, 651-767-0640. Police will do their best to respond, though other types of calls may be prioritized first. Police will seek voluntary compliance. If that fails, police may trespass the individual from the business at the request of the business owner.
Please ask the person to leave your business. If the person refuses, call the Roseville Police Department’s non-emergency line, 651-767-0640. Police will do their best to respond, though other types of calls may be prioritized first. Police will seek voluntary compliance. If that fails, police may trespass the individual from the business at the request of the business owner.
Yes. Owners or managers of property subject to this order shall post written notice of this order at all points used by the public to access the property. The city has downloadable notices at www.cityofroseville.com that are available for printing and use by businesses.
The list of candidates is available at www.cityofroseville.com/3280/2020-Candidate-Information
In addition to voting at the polling place on election day, voters can vote early, either through the mail or in person.
Voting through the mail
Complete an application at rcelections.org and a ballot will be mailed to you, or call 651-266-2171 to request an application. Once you complete the application and mail it to Ramsey County, a ballot will be mailed to you.
Absentee/early voting at Ramsey County Elections Office, the Ramsey County Library in Roseville and the New Brighton Community Center begins 45 days before the election
Ramsey County Elections
90 West Plato Blvd, St. Paul
Ramsey County Library in Roseville
2180 Hamline Ave N
New Brighton Community Center
400 10th St. NW
Ramsey County will offer early voting at several locations throughout Ramsey County the week before the general election. Visit rcelections.org or call 651-266-2171 for hours and locations of the early voting locations
No early voting at Roseville City Hall this year.
Roseville is divided into ten precincts. Check out the Minnesota Secretary of State's website at www.MNVotes.org to see a sample ballot or to locate your polling place.
You may register any time up to 20 days prior to an election or register at the polls on Election Day. A person can register online at www.MNVotes.org.
Ramsey County hires and trains all election judges. Call 651-266-2219 or visit rcelections.org to get information about applying to be an election judge.
The primary election will be August 11, 2020 and the general election will be November 3, 2020. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Roseville City Code 1009.3E states: 1. In years when a state general election is held, political signs may be posted 46 days before the primary election until 10 days following the state general election. Any such signs must be removed by those responsible for their being posted. 2. In years when no state general election is held, if there is a primary for any office, political signs for all offices may be posted no more than twenty one (21) days before the primary election. When there is no primary for any office, such signs may be posted not more than twenty one (21) days before the general election. All such signs must be removed by those responsible for their being posted within five (5) days following the general election. Said political signs shall not exceed twelve (12) square feet gross area. 3. Political signs shall be set back at least fifteen feet (15') from the outside edge of any street or back of curb of all city and county streets. 4. Political signs shall not be placed so as to cause a hazard to public safety. 5. Political signs shall not be placed on any property without permission of the property owner. 6. Political signs shall not be located on any city owned property. 7. Signs in violation of above provisions may be removed by city staff and stored for two (2) weeks. After two (2) weeks, unclaimed signs will be disposed of by the city. (Ord. 1165, 2-12-1996)
Residents are encouraged to contact the candidate and ask him/her to remove any signs that are illegally placed. Residents can call Code Enforcement at 651-792-7014. They will respond as time allows.
Election results are compiled by Ramsey County and are available on their website.
The City of Roseville provides water, sewer, storm sewer and recycling services to residential and commercial properties in Roseville. Please see the Utility Billing Information page or call 651-792-7196 to learn about services and to sign up for auto pay.
The city licenses a variety of businesses, from amusement devises to veterinarian centers. Call 651-792-7036 or visit Business Licenses for details.
Ramsey County is responsible for setting property values. Contact them at 651-266-2000 or visit their website
Roseville has four shelters in Central Park. Outdoor park shelter reservations begin the first working day after January 1. A person can reserve a space online at Parks and Recreation at call 651-792-7006.
Ramsey County operates compost sites for disposal of leaves, grass, brush and other yard waste. Sites are open year round with limited hours from December to March. Roseville's leaf recycling site only accepts leaves and is open in the spring and fall.
We will send someone out to determine whether the blockage is in the homeowner’s sewer line or in the City’s sewer main.
If the blockage is in the homeowner’s sewer line (connection from the home to the sewer main), the homeowner is responsible to contact a plumber and pay any cleanup or repair costs.
The Clean Up Day is the fourth Saturday in April of each year.
Ramsey County provides an extensive list of no-cost or low-cost recycling options.
The hours vary so check facility schedules or call the Skating Center Facility Hotline at 651-792-7191 for daily updates.
The Nature Center does not care for wild animals. Instead contact the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at 651-486-9453.
If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call 651-767-0640.
No. If a crime took place outside of the City of Roseville, please call the police department for that city.
If the incident took place on Interstate 35 or Highway 36, please call the Minnesota State Patrol (9-1-1) to report the incident.
A known suspect is when you or someone else knows the person or where to find the person who committed the crime or the license plate number of the vehicle the suspect(s) were in.
When you, the victim, believes the offender was motivated to commit the act based on race, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or characteristics identified as sexual orientation.
Who, is reporting the incident or owns the property (name, date of birth, contact information); What was lost, stolen or damaged (make, model, serial number, description, estimated value of loss)- photos are helpful; When it happened (date and time); Where it happened (the address).
Passport application and service fees must be paid by check (personal, certified, cashier's, traveler's) or money order payable to "U.S. Department of State." Separate checks or money orders are needed for each application. One check for the entire family is no longer accepted.
Unfortunately, these fees may not be paid with a credit or debit card. All other fees, including processing and photo fees must be paid separately and may be paid by cash, check (from a Minnesota bank) payable to City of Roseville, debit or credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover).
Yes, we take passport photos at our location by appointment only at this time. Please visit rosevillepassportcenter.fullslate.com to schedule an appointment. The fee for photos is $15 per person. Visit our Passports page for additional information.
Yes. The Roseville Passport Center is currently processing passport applications on an appointment-only basis. Appointment’s are available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Sorry, weekend appointments are not available. To schedule an appointment with the Roseville Passport Center, visit rosevillepassportcenter.fullslate.com.
Copies of police reports and accident reports are available at the police department’s front counter no less than seven days after the incident. You can request a copy of a report by downloading a report request form and emailing to email@example.com. You may also call the police department Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (651-792-7008).
Appointments are required for all property releases. Please email or call 651-792-7236 to set up a date and time to pick up your property.
A Permit to Carry a Firearm must be requested through the County Sheriff’s Department in which you reside. The Permit To Purchase Firearms application may be downloaded, completed and returned to the Roseville Police Department for processing. Email the completed permit along with a photo or copy of your Minnesota issued identification (listing Roseville as your residence) to Kelly.Roberto@cityofroseville.com. If you have questions, contact Kelly at 651-792-7204.
No parking signs may be covered for events with permission from the police department. Please fill out and submit the online parking request form. All applications must be received no later than five days prior to event. Application responses will be sent by email.
Adopt a speed board through the department's Neighborhood Speed Board Program
Register your party and you'll be eligible for prizes.
The City does not survey residential properties. A metal stake should be buried at each corner of the property, which can be located with a metal detector. Contact the Engineering Department to get additional information on where your front property line starts.
Please call Ramsey County at 651-266-2000 or visit their website. Note: Pending assessments can be verified at Roseville
Contact Public Works at 651-792-7004 or by email at PublicWorks@cityofroseville.com for more information.
You can recycle plastic food and beverage containers except for 3s, 6s or black plastics.
Plastic bags cannot be recycled curbside but can be taken to a participating grocery store or check Plastic Film Recycling for more information.
Fluorescent bulbs tubes contain a small amount of mercury so they can't go in your trash. Take them to Ramsey County's free Household Hazardous Waste site. Businesses call 651-266-1199 for options. Calls answered 24/7
In October 2013, the Roseville City Council passed an ordinance requiring multifamily rental dwellings with 5 or more units to be licensed. The Rental License Program helps assure that MRDs with 5 or more units are safe, sanitary, and well-maintained throughout our community. Beginning in 2018, the Fire Department began managing the program.
The license fee is paid before the end of the first quarter of each year. License fees can be paid online or by sending a check to the Fire Department.
Fees are set by the City Council on an annual basis.
Approximately 33 percent of building units are inspected each year. Additional units may be inspected if the inspector determines more are needed to give an accurate rating of the entire rental building.
The fire inspector chooses which units to inspect. The owner/manager is required to give reasonable notice of entry to all rental unit tenants.
A license is valid for one year.
The license is issued when the building has passed inspection and the license fees have been paid.
A copy of the Rental License Ordinance is available in Title 9; Chapter 908 of the City Code.
Please contact the Fire Inspection Line at 651-792-7340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration occurs on an annual basis and expires 365 days from date of issuance.
If snow is falling at a rate greater than can be cleared by the Zamboni, the OVAL must be closed to maintain a quality, safe sheet of ice.
As a general guideline, OVAL activities are cancelled when windchills are consistently below -25 degrees according to Weather.com. However, user groups have the option to skate even if windchills fall below this threshold with management approval.
The OVAL is one part of the Roseville Skating Center. The Skating Center also includes an indoor arena and a first-class banquet facility.