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  2. October 17, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Every community has crime. Recognizing and reporting suspicious activity helps reduce the opportunity for criminal activity. Play your part in keeping Roseville safe by keeping up with the crime that happens in our community. Access the latest Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Halloween Safety Tips With all the excitement that Halloween brings, children may forget many of the safety rules you have taught them. Therefore, it is important to carve out some time before your children head out the door on Halloween to remind them of the safety rules that you expect them to follow. Here are a few safety tips to go over with your kids before they head out: Never get into strangers’ cars no matter what the person says. If your child is old enough to go out on Halloween with friends, make sure that he/she has a pre-programmed cell phone with all-important numbers. Children and adults are reminded to put electronic devices down, keep their head up and walk, don’t run, across the street. If your older children are going out without an adult, plan and review the route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when you want them home. Tell your child to only go to homes with an outside light on, and never enter a home or car for a treat. When crossing the street remind your child not to assume drivers will stop. Motorists may have trouble seeing trick-or-treaters. Just because one car stops does not mean others will. Tell your child not to eat any of their treats until you have checked them. Law enforcement should be notified immediately of any suspicious or unlawful activity. Motorists need to take extra precautions when driving on Halloween night. Here are a few tips to remember: Do not use a cell phone or other electronic device. Even with hands-free devices, a driver’s attention is not totally focused on driving when talking on the phone. Avoid distraction by waiting until you are parked to call, text, or surf. Drive below the posted speed limit in residential areas during trick-or-treating hours. Watch for children darting into the street. Kids can cross the street anywhere, and most young pedestrian deaths happen at spots other than intersections. Do not pass other vehicles that have stopped in the roadway. Children could be crossing the street, or parents may be dropping off children. Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully. At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing. Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic, and turn on your headlights earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere. Every year, the majority of fire deaths in North America happen at home. Today’s home fires burn faster than ever. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. It is important that you and your family take the time to prepare so that should a fire happen in your home, you can get out safely. Your family can start by making sure you have a home fire escape plan: • Home fire escape planning and drills are an essential part of fire safety. A home fire escape plan needs to be developed and practiced before a fire strikes. • A home escape plan should include the following: o Two exits from every room in the home – usually a door and a window o Properly installed and working smoke alarms o A meeting place outside, in front of the home, where everyone will meet after they exit o A call to 9-1-1 or the local emergency number from a cell phone or a neighbor’s phone. For more tips on creating a home escape plan or other fire safety tips, visit here. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. (by the tennis courts) Police- 1051 Junction Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678 Fire- 401 Oak Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5000 - Police 916-774-5800 - Fire | www.roseville.ca.us/police | www.roseville.ca.us/fire
  3. Deadline Extended: Share Your Ideas Share your input on the potential Dry Creek Greenway West trail location, a 3-mile, multi-use, paved trail from Cook Riolo Road to Riverside Avenue. Participate in the online workshop through Friday, Oct. 19. About Dry Creek Greenway West In collaboration with Placer County and the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the City of Roseville is evaluating the possibility of Dry Creek Greenway West, a 3 mile multi-use paved trail between Cook Riolo Road and Riverside Avenue. This potential trail would ultimately connect with the proposed Dry Creek Greenway East (Riverside Avenue to Old Auburn Road), as well as trails west of Cook Riolo Road in unincorporated Placer County. The Dry Creek Greenway is just one of the trails in Roseville and Placer County's bikeway master plans. LEARN MORE. Public Works - Alternative Transportation 316 Vernon Street, Suite 150, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5293 | transportation@roseville.ca.us | www.roseville.ca.us/bikeways
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  5. This short video will answer many of those questions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUgJ_rN8VZI Many more of your questions are answered at www.roseville.ca.us/MeasureB At the request of the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Association, we are holding two Measure B Open House Information Sessions. Drop in, get information and ask questions. 6-8 p.m., Mon, Oct 15, Riley Library 6-8 p.m., Tues, Oct 16, Maidu Community Center.
  6. PLACER COUNTY NEWS Stay connected with your government www.placer.ca.gov Photo of the week This #PlacerLife photo, taken by @lunamunn and shared by @liveplacergrown on Instagram to mark PlacerGROWN month, was captured at the Tahoe City Farmers Market. Serve our democracy as a Placer County poll worker Be part of our country’s electoral process and become one of the more than 1,300 poll workers we’ll need to staff Placer County polling sites for the Nov. 6 general election. (And earn up to $135 while you’re at it.) Learn more National Walk Day Oct. 10 is National Walk to School Day, but with #PlacerWalks you can participate not just at school but also work, home or anywhere in the community! Sign up for a free toolkit and get walking! Sign up Employment Services programs transform lives of clients A victim of domestic violence forced to leave her home and job behind. A single mom struggling to build a life for herself and her son. Meet a handful of clients who have found meaningful careers and more by working with the county’s Employment Services team. Learn more Walk of Honor memorial Granite Bay Community Park is home to a new memorial that pays tribute to our nation’s fallen service members and their families. A dedication ceremony was held on Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day, Sept. 30, with a special dedication ceremony to honor Gold Star families and veterans. Read more Meet pets, wild animals open house this weekend Gold Country Wildlife Rescue and Placer County Animal Services will hold a joint open house to showcase their programs for domestic and wild animals on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Learn more Old Auburn Cemetery tours Meet the ghosts of the Old Auburn Cemetery on Sunday, Oct. 7, from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Witnesses, officers, jurors and murderers will rise from the grave to tell you their stories. Discover tales of love and lives lost, revenge and mourning as they are brought to life through first-person narratives. Re-enactors from Placer County Museums will be stationed at plots throughout the cemetery to impart the buried history of some of Auburn’s permanent residents. Don't miss the fun - they're dying to meet you! Learn more PlacerGROWN Farm & Barn self-guided tour Start off celebrating PlacerGROWN month with this weekend’s Farm and Barn Tour! This tour is self-guided and will take you on an expedition of farms, ranches and hop fields in the beautiful countryside of Placer County. Get your cameras ready and don’t forget to tag or add #PlacerGROWN when you share your pictures! Sign up today to receive a map of the tour. Sign up Seeking young leaders for program Are you a high school junior or senior looking to develop your leadership skills? Apply today for the Sacramento Area Council of Governments' Youth Leadership Academy. Apply here Oil filter exchange Do you change your car’s oil filter yourself? Now is a great time to give your car some love because every Saturday and Sunday in October, you can bring your used motor oil filter to a participating auto store and leave with a new one — for FREE. Learn more Virtual workshop on proposed Dry Creek Greenway West trail project Couldn't make it to this week's community open house about the proposed Dry Creek Greenway West trail project in Roseville? There's still time to share your feedback! Attend the virtual workshop on your own time through Oct. 15 to learn more about the project and give your comments. Join the workshop Click here to sign up for emergency notifications List of active projects throughout Placer County Projects are listed alphabetically and by Board of Supervisors districts. A hard copy of the list is available at the Placer County Community Development Resource Agency, 3091 County Center Drive in Auburn. Active Projects Upcoming public meetings and events Squaw Valley Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 4, 6 p.m. Agenda County Offices CLOSED for the Columbus Day holiday, Oct 8 Board of Supervisors meeting, Oct. 9, 9 a.m. Agenda CANCELED - Sheridan Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 10 North Tahoe Regional Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 11, 6 p.m. Agenda To learn about other Placer County committees and commissions and current opportunities to serve your community click here. Upcoming community events Don’t miss the fun coming this next week in... County-wide: PlacerGROWN Farm & Barn Tour Auburn: Oktoberfest, Free kids fishing event Colfax: Llamas & Pajamas Loomis: Loomis Eggplant Festival, The Flower Farm Pumpkin Patch, MandaRIDE Roseville: 24th Annual Roseville BikeFest 2018 Rocklin: Rocklin Mini Maker Faire North Lake Tahoe: Great Trail Race ...and many Placer County Library and Placer County Museum events. Visit our regional partners to discover more of the fun happening right here in Placer County! Placer County Visitors' Bureau North Lake Tahoe Resort Association The Arts Council of Placer County Placer Valley Tourism PlacerGROWN County jobs website is updated regularly Check out Placer County's employment website for a list of open positions, including internships. Job seekers can apply for positions and sign up for job alerts to be notified of openings. Those without internet access can use a computer kiosk in the Human Resources Department's lobby, at 145 Fulweiler Ave., in Auburn. Apply for a job Sign up for job alerts Placer County Communications and Public Affairs piostaff@placer.ca.gov | 530-886-4646 Stay connected with us Copyright © Placer County. All Rights Reserved.
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    Date: 9/4/2018 at Holiday Retirement at Mistywood The Harder and Co. Community Research had contacted RCONA to see if we could use our city-wide resources to invite volunteers to participate in a focus group on behalf of the Kaiser Foundation. The goal was to get feedback on the health needs of the region. RCONA ended up providing 15 attendees from all over Roseville to attend the event Questions covered some of the following areas: How we felt about our community—described as a whole or a neighborhood in particular. Concerns were not just about medical concerns, but “community” in general. What “healthy” meant to us in a community sense—everything from emotional/spiritual/economic/access/senior support/nutrition/air quality as mentioned. What were our health issues—stress/anxiety/isolation/nutrition/lack of services for seniors. What “resources” we have now or what were our barriers—Maidu Community Center and Seniors First were among those mentioned. Many discussions led back to some of the same concerns noted by several members from different areas: Lack of access — no medical facilities in the West Roseville area. Increased traffic concerns causing stress and a lack of effective public transportation is a problem. Concerns voiced that Kaiser ‘mental health’/psychiatric services needed improvement. Technology issues—tends to assume everyone is tech literate or has access to PCs, etc. Maidu Senior Center is good, but it’s the only one in the city, and not easily accessed by everyone. All the participants were presented with a $25 gift certificate to local stores for participating, and RCONA was presented with a $250 Walmart thank you for coordinating the event. A copy of the final compiled area study (no names will be used) will be shared with RCONA when completed. Thank you to all the participants who did a great job sharing their concerns.
  8. September 19, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Chain of Survival Award On July 10, Roseville Fire responded to a vehicle accident on Olympus Point at Sierra College Blvd. The driver of the vehicle required extensive extrication and patient care from our crews. While we usually tell you about our department’s role in an incident, this time we are able to tell you about the “Chain of Survival” for one of the patients that was highlighted at an event yesterday. Yesterday, Sierra Sacramento Valley EMS Agency brought together at Sutter Roseville Hospital: - An off duty Police Sergeant from a neighboring City who was on his way home when he came upon the accident. The patient’s car was on fire with the patient trapped inside. The Sergeant was able to extinguish the fire before first responders arrived on scene and provide scene safety. - Roseville 9-1-1 Dispatchers were recognized for their work in professionally fielding 9-1-1 calls from bystanders of the accident and quickly sending the appropriate resources to the scene, - The firefighters who arrived on scene to find one patient who has been able to self-extricate from the vehicle and another patient trapped in a severely damaged car with multiple injuries. The patient was unconscious as firefighters provided life saving medical care inside the vehicle, while rapidly and efficiently extricating him from the wreckage. - Paramedics and EMT’s from AMR who responded to the accident to provide additional medical care and transported the patients to the hospital, - Members of the emergency room team of doctors and nurses who although not able to be at the event were recognized for their tremendous work treating the patient on the evening of the accident, - Members of the ICU team where the patient was transferred after the ER, - Occupational, Physical and Cognitive Therapist that have helped the patient to rehabilitate to where he is today. The “Chain of Survival” begins as soon as an incident occurs and 9-1-1 is initiated. This instance is just one example of how a strong “Chain of Survival” can improve chances of survival and recovery for victims of a traumatic incident. In this instance the patient and his family were able to join in the event and while the patient still has a long road to a full recovery, he has made tremendous progress so far. Now you can freeze your credit for free Last year 148 million Americans had their personal information stolen as part of the Equifax data breach. Victim’s Social Security number, name, address and credit card numbers were compromised. As a result Congress put together legislation to give consumers more control of their credit report. On May 24, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act which took effect on September 21, 2018. This new law allows all Americans to freeze and unfreeze their credit report for free. If you are concerned about identity theft, you might want to consider a credit freeze. Here’s what new on credit freeze from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Free credit freezes What is it? A credit freeze restricts access to your credit file, making it harder for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. Usually you get a PIN to use each time you want to freeze and unfreeze your account to apply for new credit. What’s new? Prior to September 21, credit freeze in California cost $10 per credit bureau. Now it is free to freeze and unfreeze your credit file. Free child credit freezes What is it? A child credit freeze allows you to freeze a child’s credit file until the child is old enough to use credit. What’s new? Previously, some states did not allow you to freeze a child’s credit file. Now, no matter where you live, you’ll be able to get a free credit freeze for children under age 16. Year-long fraud alerts What is it? A fraud alert will tell any business that runs your credit that they should check with you before opening a new account. What’s new? Previously, fraud alerts lasted 90 days. Now, an initial fraud alert will last for one year. It will still be free, and identity theft victims can still get an extended fraud alert for seven years. Things to consider before freezing your credit report A credit freeze does not: Prevent you from getting your free annual credit report. Keep you from opening a new account, applying for a job, renting an apartment, or buying insurance. However, if you’re doing any of these, you’ll need to lift the freeze temporarily. It’s free to lift the freeze and free to place it again when you’re done accessing your credit. Prevent a thief from making charges to your existing accounts. You still need to monitor all bank, credit card and insurance statements for fraudulent transactions. How to "freeze" your credit report Go to each of the credit bureau websites and locate the “security freeze” link. For Equifax: www.equifax.com/personal/credit-report-services/ For Experian: www.experian.com/freeze For TransUnion: www.transunion.com/credit-freeze If you are considering freezing your own credit, don’t forget you can freeze your child’s credit, too. A child's Social Security number can be used by identity thieves to apply for government benefits, open bank and credit card accounts, apply for a loan or utility service, or rent a place to live. This could potentially go undetected for many years until he/she grows up and starts applying for credit, only to find a big mess. Taking a few minutes now to freeze your credit and your child’s may prevent bigger issues down the road. For more information about Measure B, visit Roseville.ca.us/MeasureB Mark your calendar - medication take-back day Gather up your expired and unneeded medications and drop them off for free. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. Smoke Alarms Help Save Lives Approximately two-thirds of home fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke alarms. Since most fatal fires occur at night, it's essential that every home has working smoke alarms to provide an early warning. Working smoke alarms increase the chance of surviving a home fire by 50 percent. Learn more about smoke alarms, including how to test them and where they should be installed here. Medicare has completed issuing new cards to its California members Medicare has finished issuing new Medicare cards to its members in California. The Social Security number (SSN) based Health Insurance Claim Number (HICN) has been replaced with an 11-character Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI), which is made up of numbers and uppercase letters. Each MBI is randomly generated and the characters do not have any hidden or special meaning. Once you receive your new Medicare card with an MBI, you can use it right away and destroy your old card. Beware of scammers If someone contacts you and says you need to pay for your new Medicare card, it’s a scam! According to Medicare’s website: “Medicare will never call you uninvited and ask you to give us personal or private information to get your new Medicare Number and card. Scam artists may try to get personal information (like your current Medicare Number) by contacting you about your new card. If someone asks you for your information, for money, or threatens to cancel your health benefits if you don’t share your personal information, hang up and call us at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).” If you have a parent or relative on Medicare, ask them if they have received their new Medicare card. If not, have them contact Medicare for more information at 1-800-MEDICARE. Police- 1051 Junction Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678 Fire- 401 Oak Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5000 - Police 916-774-5800 - Fire | www.roseville.ca.us/police | www.roseville.ca.us/fire
  9. Project Update Interstate 80 / Highway 65 Interchange Improvements Watch the video above to learn the latest updates on theInterstate 80 / Highway 65 Interchange Improvements Project If you are traveling on Highway 65, you may not notice all of the construction activity that is happening on the Interstate 80 and Highway 65 interchange. However, construction crews are making tremendous progress on the $50 million first phase, which will add a third lane on northbound Highway 65 from I-80 to Pleasant Grove Boulevard. Construction Crews constructing 60-foot columns to support the third lane on Highway 65 What people cannot see from above is all the construction going on below along the East Roseville Viaduct. In just the past couple months, crews have drilled twelve 13-foot wide by 100-foot deep foundation holes, which they’ve filled with rebar and concrete. These foundations will support the twelve new 60-foot high columns used to support the new third lane. Of the twelve columns needed, eight are already complete. As many community members may have noticed, intermittent one-way traffic control has started on Taylor Road under Highway 65. This traffic control has allowed crews to begin modifying portions of the East Roseville Viaduct to incorporate the third lane. While Caltrans District 3 is the project owner and is managing the construction, Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA), Placer County and the cities of Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln were instrumental in the planning and design of the I-80/Highway 65 interchange improvement projects. They will continue working together to acquire additional funding for the remaining $400 million in future interchange phases. “We are grateful for the partnership we have on this project with PCTPA, Placer County, the City of Roseville, the City of Rocklin and the City of Lincoln, and we continue to work together to provide the transportation infrastructure which is needed for the growing economy in Placer County,” says Caltrans District 3 Director Amarjeet Benipal. This is a key regional project and we invite you to continue to stay updated on project happenings at www.8065interchange.org. Due to limited funding, the overall project will be constructed in phases. While PCTPA and project partners are moving forward on Phase 1, the time needed to complete the overall project could be up to 20 years – or more – depending on available funding. Stay up to date on construction and traffic updates by following @CaltransDist3 on Twitter and Caltrans District 3 on Facebook. This first phase of the Interstate 80 / Highway 65 Interchange Improvements Project will provide a third lane on northbound Highway 65 from Interstate 80 to Pleasant Grove Boulevard and make improvements to the Galleria Boulevard / Stanford Ranch Road interchange. The project is scheduled for completion in 2020. www.8065interchange.org Placer County Transportation Planning Agency | 299 Nevada Street, Auburn, CA 95603
  10. PLACER COUNTY NEWS Stay connected with your government www.placer.ca.gov Photo of the week Fall is in the air in Placer County! This wonderful #PlacerLife photo, taken by @mirandalinns on Instagram, was captured at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin. Final county budget approved The Placer County Board of Supervisors this week approved the $970.9 million final county budget, after approving a proposed operating budget in June. Read more Walk of Honor dedication ceremony Join the Rotary Club of Granite Bay this Sunday at 10 a.m. for a ceremony dedicating its Walk of Honor flag project at Placer County's Granite Bay Community Park, honoring Gold Star mothers. Gold Star Mother's Day is observed on the last Sunday of September each year to recognize and honor families who have lost a son or daughter in the service of our country. Learn more Insurance protections expanded Friday, Governor Brown signed into law Senate Bill 824, which will expand insurance protections for homeowners following a wildfire disaster. Here are four things you need to know. Read more Upcoming road improvement details More than 130 miles of county-maintained roads are planned for resurfacing by next summer if current revenue projections hold. These road improvements projects are integral to the overall condition of Placer County’s roads. Learn more October is PlacerGROWN Month This week the Placer County Board of Supervisors proclaimed October as "Celebrate PlacerGROWN Month" in Placer County. We encourage everyone to support our local farms and ranches by purchasing locally-grown agricultural products. Learn more about PlacerGROWN Poll worker stipend increased Good news! Stipends for poll workers for the Nov. 6 general election have been increased by up to $40. Just another reason to serve your community and our democratic process. Sign up to volunteer Preserving Placer’s agricultural heritage Nearly 315 acres of oak woodlands just north of Auburn will be permanently conserved with the Placer County Board of Supervisors this week approving $496,200 in Placer Legacy Open Space funds to buy three agricultural conservation easements over the land. Learn more She said, "Yes!" At Day With A Deputy last Saturday, one of the Placer County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team members made an unforgettable proposal. Watch the video Free oil filter exchange Every Saturday and Sunday in October, you can bring your used motor oil filters to a participating O'Reilly Auto Parts or AutoZone store and leave with a FREE new one. Find out more Suicide Prevention Month This week our Board of Supervisors approved a proclamation in support of the upcoming Placer County Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk in Auburn. This annual event promotes hope, help and healing. Learn more Tahoe transportation survey If you live in eastern Placer County or enjoy visiting North Tahoe’s beaches or slopes, please take a few minutes to take an online survey to help shape the future of transportation in and around the Lake Tahoe Basin. Your input can help identify opportunities for future transportation improvements. Take the survey Bear River fish advisory The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment has shared this important advisory around eating fish from the Bear River. Read more Click here to sign up for emergency notifications List of active projects throughout Placer County Projects are listed alphabetically and by Board of Supervisors districts. A hard copy of the list is available at the Placer County Community Development Resource Agency, 3091 County Center Drive in Auburn. Active Projects Upcoming public meetings and events Placer Sierra Fire Safe Council meeting, Sept. 27, 6 p.m. Details Auburn Memorial Veterans Hall meeting, Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m. Details CANCELED - Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 3 Foresthill Forum Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 7 p.m. Agenda Squaw Valley Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Oct. 4, 6 p.m. Agenda To learn about other Placer County committees and commissions and current opportunities to serve your community click here. Upcoming community events Don’t miss the fun coming this next week in... Granite Bay: Walk of Honor Lincoln: Kick Up the Dust Roseville: Barktoberfest, Family Fest, Romanian Festival, North Lake Tahoe: Tahoe City Farmers' Market, Summerlong Music, Paint the Pumpkin ...and many Placer County Library and Placer County Museum events. Visit our regional partners to discover more of the fun happening right here in Placer County! Placer County Visitors' Bureau North Lake Tahoe Resort Association The Arts Council of Placer County Placer Valley Tourism PlacerGROWN County jobs website is updated regularly Check out Placer County's employment website for a list of open positions, including internships. Job seekers can apply for positions and sign up for job alerts to be notified of openings. Those without internet access can use a computer kiosk in the Human Resources Department's lobby, at 145 Fulweiler Ave., in Auburn. Apply for a job Sign up for job alerts Placer County Communications and Public Affairs piostaff@placer.ca.gov | 530-886-4646 Stay connected with us Copyright © Placer County. All Rights Reserved.
  11. September 19, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Disasters occur every year in California, from wildfires to floods to earthquakes and these disasters can strike quickly and without warning. The best way to make your family and your home safe is to be prepared before a disaster strikes. Learn more at: Preparing an Emergency Supply Kit. Mark your calendar - medication take-back day Gather up your expired and unneeded medications and drop them off for free. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. Smoke Alarms Help Save Lives Approximately two-thirds of home fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke alarms. Since most fatal fires occur at night, it's essential that every home has working smoke alarms to provide an early warning. Working smoke alarms increase the chance of surviving a home fire by 50 percent. Learn more about smoke alarms, including how to test them and where they should be installed here. Do you have a home alarm system? If you do, there are some things you need to know. Frequently asked questions: Q: I installed my alarm system myself. Do I still need a permit? A: Yes. An alarm permit is required for everyone operating an alarm system within Roseville city limits. Q: My alarm system is not monitored. Do I still need a permit? A: All audible alarm systems monitored or not require an alarm permit. Q: What is the cost of an alarm permit? A: The cost of an alarm permit is $35 and is valid for two years. Permits must be renewed every two years at a cost of $15 per renewal. Q: What happens if I don’t get a permit for my alarm system? A: Failing to obtain an alarm permit may result in the issuance of an administrative citation. Q: How do I apply for an alarm permit? A: If you would like to apply for an alarm permit, please go to www.crywolfservices.com/rosevilleca or call the Roseville False Alarm Reduction Program at (877) 665-2983. Q: What if I need more information or have questions? A: For questions call (916) 774-5093, or email alarmpermits@roseville.ca.us. Police- 1051 Junction Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678 Fire- 401 Oak Street, Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 774-5000 - Police 916-774-5800 - Fire | www.roseville.ca.us/police | www.roseville.ca.us/fire
  12. FEMA says the alert will look something like this. FEMA Don't freak out when you get a text from the government on Oct. 3. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is conducting a nationwide test of its Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts on Oct. 3, 2018 at 2:18 p.m. ET. The test of the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System, or IPAWS, is supposed to determine the readiness of the president to send out a nationwide message in case of emergency. If you've ever received one of those Amber Alerts on your phone, the Oct. 3 alert will pop up similarly. FEMA says the test will have the banner "Presidential Alert" and read, "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed." The Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test message will be sent out to every cellphone with a wireless carrier that participates in the WEA program. FEMA says that WEA has over 100 participating carriers, including the largest providers, so odds are your phone will get this message. The original test was supposed to occur on Sept. 20, but has been rescheduled to its Oct. 3 backup date.
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