Placer County’s largest city, Roseville, a full service city which is home to approximately 135,000 residents is located approximately 20 miles outside Sacramento.

Shooting Victim Dies, Murder Charge Expected

Chrisopher Lee Jackson, 40, of Roseville, died yesterday, August 27, in a Sacramento area hospital as a result of injuries from a gunshot wound. The shooting occurred on the night of August 13 at a home on Magpie Court in west Roseville.

Brita McNay appointed as Roseville City Attorney

Senior Deputy City Attorney Brita McNay takes the reigns Saturday as Roseville’s City Attorney after being appointed to the position by the Roseville City Council.

Sierra College Boulevard Road Closure

Motorists who normally use Sierra College Boulevard in Roseville are advised to seek alternative routes due to a temporary road closure from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 25 to Aug. 31.

Roseville offers battery and hazardous household dropoff

It’s now easier than ever to safely and legally dispose of household batteries and other hazardous household items thanks to two City of Roseville programs.

Three Alarm Fire On Berry Street in Roseville

At 4:47 this afternoon Roseville Firefighters responded to a fire at the Roseville Dry Mix Products business located at 700 Berry Street.

86 year old man arrested in Roseville shooting

At 10:54 p.m. Sunday night, August 13, Roseville Police and Fire personnel responded to a reported shooting inside a home on Magpie Court, in west Roseville.

2007 Roseville Student Art Calendar Contest

Grab your art supplies and enter Roseville Electric and the Roseville Environmental Utilities Department calendar contest. Roseville residents between the ages of 3 and 17 are eligible to submit artwork and possibly win a cash prize.

New Clean Air Technology tested in Roseville

An innovative technology to capture and treat emissions from diesel train locomotives was unveiled today in Roseville as part of a project to demonstrate the system’s effectiveness in improving air quality near working rail yards.

$1.6 million for affordable housing in Roseville

The City of Roseville was awarded a check for $1,663,000 from the state July 12, which will go toward expanding its affordable housing and first time homebuyer programs.

Roseville Electric Customers Asked to Conserve Energy

With temperatures expected to reach triple digits again today, it’s important for Roseville Electric customers to conserve energy when possible. State officials expect the demand for energy to reach record breaking levels today