Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Mon
18
Sep

Roseville to promote economic development with new online strategy


Roseville’s unique location in the Twin Cities metro area between the region’s economic engines of Minneapolis and St. Paul makes it a natural hub for business.

Mon
18
Sep

Community conversation about business in Shoreview


Shoreview has long been recognized for its natural setting of lakes and open spaces, connected and safe neighborhoods, wonderful parks and trails and highly ranked school system — all contributing to a high quality of life.

Mon
18
Sep

Gun safety locks available in Roseville


The Roseville Police Department reminds you that if you have a gun in your home, store it in a locked place that only you can access. The police have free gunlocks available for Roseville residents who want one.

Wed
06
Sep

Roseville human rights essay contest

This year, the Roseville Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission challenges sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students to discuss the following: “Disparities such as racism, sexism and ageism — among others — are still occurring today.

Mon
28
Aug

Road work beginning near Rosedale

If you are driving to Rosedale Center, expect a temporary inconvenience at County Road B2 and the southbound Snelling Avenue ramps.

Mon
21
Aug

Help Roseville plan two new parks

Roseville will soon be welcoming two new parks to its system, at 1716 Marion St. in southeast Roseville and 2132 Cleveland Ave. on the west side of the city. But before they are officially opened there’s lots of planning to do.

Mon
21
Aug

Roseville seeking applicants for commission

Looking for an opportunity to get involved in city government? The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for a vacancy on the Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission.

Mon
07
Aug

New Brighton looks at police body-worn cameras

New Brighton’s Public Safety Commission wants to hear from residents of the city in regards to the possible future implementation of police body-worn cameras in the community.

Mon
24
Jul

Rice and Larpenteur community safety survey

Roseville police want to hear from you.

Wed
28
Jun

Register your block party for Night to Unite

It’s never too early to start planning. Roseville’s community-wide Night to Unite is coming up on Aug. 1. Get a jump on the crowd, register your gathering and you could get a free picnic bag of goodies for your event.

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