Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

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26
Jul

Roseville city manager presents recommended budget

Roseville City Manager Patrick Trudgeon presented the city’s 2017 recommended budget at the July 18 city council meeting. 

Tue
26
Jul

Ramsey County and Little Candada seek election judges

See democracy in action — become an election judge. Ramsey County needs 2,000 people to serve as election judges for the 2016 presidential election.

Tue
26
Jul

Rice Street Revitalization

Residents, businesses and community partners, what would you do to improve safety and livability at the intersection of Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue?

Tue
26
Jul

Knox Box for Roseville homes

Roseville requires buildings with fire alarm systems, automatic sprinkler systems or other extinguishing systems to have a key box.

Tue
19
Jul

Predatory offender moving to Roseville

According to Minnesota Statute 244.052, the Roseville Police Department is releasing information regarding a Level 3 Predatory Offender Terrell Coleman. Coleman moved to Roseville on July 18.

Tue
19
Jul

Reading and math tutors needed in Roseville and Little Canada

Roseville and Little Canada have an immediate need for 10 literacy tutors and 5 math tutors for the 2016-2017 school year, to participate in Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps.

Tue
19
Jul

Ramsey County and Little Candada seek election judges

See democracy in action — become an election judge. Ramsey County needs 2,000 people to serve as election judges for the 2016 presidential election.

Tue
19
Jul

Roseville Area LWV Launches new website

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters is proud to announce the launch of its new website, including the chapter’s timely police study, which was presented recently to local city councils.

Tue
19
Jul

Wipes clog city pipes

The packaging might say “flushable” but don t believe it. Baby wipes, disinfecting wipes, paper towels or anything other than toilet paper should not go down your toilet.

Tue
19
Jul

Protect Roseville’s Surface Water

When it rains, it pollutes. Rainwater can wash the landscape free of dirt and grime, but it can also wash away grass clipping, pesticides, fertilizers and other pollutants that get carried into Roseville’s storm water system.

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