Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Tue
10
Jan

“Conversations with Constituents” on Jan. 18

How are our communities and schools dealing with affordable housing, poverty, and homelessness? Those questions, among other issues, are the focus of this year’s “Conversations with Constituents” event on Wednesday, Jan.

Tue
27
Dec

Recycling holiday lights

Don’t know what to do with old or no longer-working strings of holiday lights? Making the switch to energy efficient LED holiday lights? Either way, recycle your old lights.

Tue
27
Dec

Diposing of natural Christmas trees

The holidays are over and it’s time to take down the decorations, but what do you do with your natural Christmas tree?

Tue
20
Dec

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
13
Dec

Lauderdale City Council reception

Head to Lauderdale City Hall on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. for a reception thanking council members Denise Hawkinson and Lara Mac Lean, and Mayor Jeff Dains, for their contributions to the city. Refreshments will be served.

Tue
13
Dec

Recycling holiday lights

Don’t know what to do with old or no longer-working strings of holiday lights? Making the switch to energy efficient LED holiday lights? Either way, recycle your old lights.

Tue
13
Dec

Roseville adopts budget for 2017

The Roseville City Council has adopted a balanced 2017 fiscal year budget that goes into effect on Jan. 1.

Tue
06
Dec

Falcon Heights seeks commission applicants

The City of Falcon Heights has four city commissions that serve the city council in an advisory capacity. Each commission is made up of up to seven volunteer commissioners, a city council liaison and staff liaison.

Tue
29
Nov

Ramsey County to host 2017 Roadwork Open House

Ramsey County and the City of Roseville invite you to an open house to discuss two road resurfacing projects that will be completed in 2017.

Tue
29
Nov

Falcon Heights looks to fill commission vacancies

The City of Falcon Heights has four city commissions that serve the city council in an advisory capacity. Each commission is made up of up-to seven volunteer commissioners, a council liaison and staff liaison.

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