Roseville rate hike

“Temporary” surcharge to become permanent under proposal

Roseville, Calif.- Roseville Electric Utility long known for providing the most affordable and reliable electricity in the region is proposing a pair of rate hikes that would see prices jump 18% within a timespan of just 7 months. The first proposed 9% hike would hit consumers on June 1 of this year with an additional 9% increase on New Year’s Day 2025.

The City of Roseville cites “skyrocketing fuel prices, increased operating costs including materials and labor, renewable energy compliance regulations, and a loss of revenue from the state.” A “temporary surcharge” approved in 2022 would become a permanent base rate increase next year.


Behind the Cellar Door

Behind the Cellar Door

Behind the Cellar Door

Behind the Cellar Door

Double digit hikes

Roseville Electric has faced major revenue shortfalls in previous years and double digit hikes are not unprecedented. Roseville is among a small, elite group of full service cities. Roseville residents and business owners often cite the lower cost and reliability of electricity as a factor in choosing to live and do business in the community.

A series of informational workshops that will also address customer questions will be available in both virtual and in-person workshops.

Energy Park in Roseville

Public Workshop

Virtual Rate Proposal Workshop

January 25, 2024 @ 6 p.m.
Microsoft Teams Live
Meeting Link

In-Person Rate Proposal Workshop

February 8, 2024 @ 6 p.m.
Roseville Electric Customer Service Center
116 S. Grant St., Roseville

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