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Downtown Roseville by the Numbers Below are some interesting numerical facts about Downtown Roseville:
Downtown Roseville's Alley Clean-Up Efforts Were a Huge ... Thanks to the hard work of the 13 scouts and 5 adults who participated, Downtown's all...
Spray Grounds Schedule 2022Summer is quickly approaching, so here is an update about summer hours for spray groun...
Downtown Site Planned for Future Senior HousingRoseville City Council approved a purchase and sale agreement with Bridge Housing Corp...
Doug Wagemann, Founding President of DRP, Returns as Boa... We would like to extend a warm "welcome back" to Doug Wagemann. He has rejoined the bo...
Downtown Roseville Façade Improvement Rebate Program: Re... If you've completed a storefront makeover in the Downtown Roseville area, there's stil...
Randy Peters and the Salvation Army Partner Up for the "... With the motto “great food, great service, stress free,” Randy Peters Catering & Event...
UPDATE: 401 Oak Building Demolition Now Begins on April 21stThe demolition of the 401 Oak building has been moved up to Thursday, April 21st from ...
South Grant Street Closed on April 7th from 6-8amA crane lift is scheduled on April 7th for the 116 South Grant Street building to repl...
401 Oak Building Demolition Begins on April 25thThe vacant, city-owned building on 401 Oak Street (formerly the fire station) is sched...
Upcoming Special Event Street ClosuresThe following streets will be closed due to special events:EventEvent DateTime for Str...
Wine Down at Town SquareWednesdays just got better!Enjoy primo vino on Wednesdays this spring at Wine Down Wed...