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Tue
27
Sep

Booya! kicks off Fire Prevention Week in Roseville

Roseville firefighters really know how to cook, and they plan to dish up a hearty serving of the best Booya around — join the Roseville Fire Department Auxiliary at its annual fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 11:00 a.m.

Tue
27
Sep

League of Women Voters candidate forums for Roseville area races

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters is sponsoring forums in September and October for candidates seeking local and legislative office in Lauderdale, Little Canada and Roseville. All candidates have been invited to participate.

Tue
20
Sep

Absentee voting begins Sept. 23

Absentee voting for the 2016 presidential election begins Sept. 23.

Tue
06
Sep

Roseville Human Rights Essay Contest

Students, how do stereotypes affect how we interact with each other? Let Roseville know: Enter the Roseville Human Rights essay contest and you could win a prize.

Tue
23
Aug

Remodel Green

Building or remodeling? Roseville wants you to go green. To encourage you, the Roseville Economic Development Authority (REDA) is offering prizes for residential property owners who do it best.

Tue
23
Aug

Roseville seeking nominations for Human Rights Award

Who are the unsung heroes of Roseville? Every community has groups or individuals who work to build an atmosphere that promotes fair and equal treatment for all.

Tue
16
Aug

Lake Owasso County Park redevelopment meeting

Ramsey County wants your feedback. The county’s Parks & Recreation department is planning a redevelopment project for Lake Owasso County Park in 2017 and is looking for citizen input.

Tue
16
Aug

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
16
Aug

Roseville seeking nominations for Human Rights Award

Who are the unsung heroes of Roseville? Every community has groups or individuals who work to build an atmosphere that promotes fair and equal treatment for all.

Tue
16
Aug

Keep house numbers visible

If you have an emergency at your home, could the police or firefighters quickly find you? Emergency workers often have a difficult time finding a home because the address numbers are not legible or they are obscured by trees or other objects.

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