2019 has already been a busy one in the City of Roseville. From changes to the Roseville City Council, to harsh winter weather conditions and significant progress on the Downtown Bridges and Trails project…things are definitely active in our city right now. Take a look at four of the latest updates going on in Roseville right now.
With the resignation of Roseville Mayor Bonnie Gore due to her recently-elected seat on the Placer County Board of Supervisors, the Roseville City Council filled her vacant seat and appointed a new mayor. Following the review of several applications for the city council seat, they appointed Bruce Houdesheldt to the council on February 6th. John Allard was also selected as our new mayor.
It’s that time again…time to nominate someone in our community that dedicates their time and energy to volunteering. With almost 150 non profits located in Roseville, be sure to take the time to recognize an outstanding volunteer who is making a significant impact through their efforts serving our community.
3. Junction Intersection Becoming More Bike/Pedestrian Friendly
The City of Roseville was named the 10th best places to raise a family in 2018, and our ongoing commitment to parks, recreations and trails is just one of the reasons. One of the newest updates is coming to the Junction and Park Regency intersection, where a new bike and pedestrian crossing will provide a safer, more direct connection for trail users when crossing Junction Blvd. Construction is set to begin in mid-March.
4. Coffee with Your Newest Councilmember
Join Councilmember Pauline Roccucci for a little coffee talk on Tuesday, March 5th at 1:30 pm at the La Bou Bakery & Cafe located at 1730 Santa Clara Drive. It’s a great opportunity to sit down and discuss things one-on-one with those making a difference in our city.