Your Move Advantage Roseville

Business Opportunities

Roseville has the capacity to facilitate new business opportunities. For the seventh consecutive year, it has been rated by the Kosmont Rose Institute as one of the least expensive cities in which to do business in California and is noted for its business-friendly environment. Roseville has worked closely with developers to implement major residential and commercial projects.

Roseville has a proven comprehensive land-use planning process and has successfully implemented 13 specific plans since 1987. The specific plans are developed in a collaborative public-private process and ensure that growth is well-planned and supported with appropriate infrastructure. Roseville also employs smart growth principles to address traffic and air quality issues, while providing open space and recreational opportunities.


As part of our effort to ensure that doing business in Roseville is as profitable as possible, the City of Roseville, Placer County and the State of California offer financial enhancements that can increase your bottom line and help keep expenses under control.

Why spend your time looking for special considerations in a prospective community? Come to a community that will help you take advantage of every opportunity that exists. That’s why we call it “Advantage Roseville”.

Please contact us today and let us help you grow your business and discover our amazing community.

Lifestyle Opportunities

Higher Education

Higher education is a cornerstone of economic development in a knowledge economy. In fact, an educated workforce is one of the primary locational decision factors for businesses. Roseville acknowledges the importance of education and places emphasis on it; this is demonstrated by some impressive statistics and information.

  • In 2016, the Roseville Joint Union High School District had a 95% graduation rate, and an average SAT score of 1607.
  • Placer County had a 95% graduation rate in 2016.
  • 39.1% of Roseville’s adult residents have a college degree, bachelors or higher; the CA average is 31.7%
  • South Placer County is also home to several colleges, including Sierra College, William Jessup University, Brandman University, National University and University of Phoenix.

High Quality of Life

Roseville has a high quality of life with over 66 developed public parks and thousands of acres of undeveloped land. The City prides itself on providing open space for children to play, adults to exercise and everyone to relax.

Within a short drive, there are so many outdoor activities in every season that it might take a lifetime to take it all in. Whitewater rafting, hiking, cross-country and downhill skiing, hot air balloon rides, horseback riding, cycling… the list is nearly endless.

Roseville has indoor activities too. Civic Theatre West, the 3rd Saturday Art Walk, the Carnegie Museum, Maidu Museum and Historic site, Roseville Telephone Museum, the Cosmos Sculpture by Aris Demitrios and dozens more places to spend time.

Full-Service City

Roseville is a “full-service” city, providing all of its own public services; including police, fire, libraries and parks. Roseville owns and operates its own electric utility, in addition to traditional public services like water and materials management. This results in responsive and accountable services, as well as award winning reliability and some of the lowest regional utility rates.

Social Living

The City of Roseville does a great job providing its residents with entertaining social events throughout the year. Some examples include: Downtown Tuesday Nights, Concerts on the Square, Food Truck Mania, Friday Flicks and many more! These events encourage the public to enjoy Roseville’s many resources, while providing them a chance to socialize with others. It’s these social events that make Roseville so much more than just another city to live in, these events are what makes The City of Roseville a community.

City of Roseville – Business Growth 2016

Sneak Peak of Roseville Downtown 2016

Roseville In 90 – Full Service City

And That’s Why I Love Roseville