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  1. December 22, 2017 Happy holidays from your police and fire departments! As we reflect back on 2017, we count our blessings to serve such a supportive and involved community. We thank you for your support, for your active involvement in keeping your homes and neighborhoods safe, and generously serving our community in so many ways. We wish you all safe and happy holidays, and look forward to seeing you in 2018. Your latest police digest What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest--a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by police beat area and neighborhood. You can also catch up on older digests on our website. Run with Roseville PD on December 27 Join us for a run, burn off some holiday calories and get to know our #RPDStrong recruiting team! We're meeting at 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday, December 27, at the corner of Oak Street and Lincoln Street for a trail run. If you're interested in a career in law enforcement, this is a chance to get to know us, and for us to get to know you. Don't worry if you're not in elite running condition--we'll scale the run for all running abilities. Don't forget your hat and gloves. We usually do these runs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Celebrate the new year responsibly--don't drive drunk. Roseville Police officers are watching for DUI drivers. It's the season of holiday parties, and we want to see you all safe in 2018. That's why the Roseville Police Department will have extra DUI enforcement officers out on the weekends throughout the holiday season. DUI doesn't just mean booze. You can also be arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana or impairing prescription drugs. Don't risk it--designate a driver or call a sober friend or a taxi/ride service for a safe ride home. Be a DUI spotter. See a drunk driver/erratic driver? Call 911. An officer will respond and check it out. Safely heat your home this season. Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths. Half of home heating equipment fires are reported during the months of December, January, and February. Stay safe and visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here to learn how you can prevent most heating-related fires from happening. Alzheimer's Workshop: Know the 10 warning signs Join us for a free workshop on January 18 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Police Department. You'll learn about the ten warning signs of Alzheimer's disease. Learn what is involved in getting a diagnosis, risks associated with Alzheimer's, and the benefits of early detection. Preregistration is requested by calling the Alzheimer's Association, 800-272-3900, or emailing ivilleda@alz.org. This workshop is provided through a partnership with the Alzheimer's Association and the Roseville Police Department Social Services Unit. 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
  2. The agenda for City Council Meeting dated Wednesday, 06 December 2017 has been archived. Access it here: http://roseville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=10&clip_id=3327 Download File View the full article
  3. November 21, 2017 Staying safe in the kitchen during the season of feasts. For most, the kitchen is the heart of the home, especially during the holidays. From testing family recipes to decorating cakes and cookies, everyone enjoys being part of the preparations. So keeping fire safety top of mind in the kitchen during this joyous but hectic time is important, especially when there’s a lot of activity and people at home. As you start preparing your holiday schedule and organizing that large family feast, remember, by following a few simple safety tips you can enjoy time with your loved ones and keep yourself and your family safer from fire. Safety tips Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the food. Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently. Keep children away from the stove. The stove will be hot and kids should stay 3 feet away. Make sure kids stay away from hot food and liquids. The steam or splash from vegetables, gravy or coffee could cause serious burns. Keep the floor clear so you don’t trip over kids, toys, pocketbooks or bags. Keep knives out of the reach of children. Be sure electric cords from an electric knife, coffee maker, plate warmer or mixer are not dangling off the counter within easy reach of a child. Keep matches and utility lighters out of the reach of children — up high in a locked cabinet. Never leave children alone in room with a lit candle. Make sure your smoke alarms are working. Test them by pushing the test button. For more information on Thanksgiving safety tips, please visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. Hitting the stores on Black Friday weekend? So are we! Roseville Police officers will be out in force in retail areas, both uniformed and undercover, to help keep your shopping experience safe. Here are a few tips to avoid problems. Your latest police digest What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest--a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by police beat area and neighborhood. Celebrate responsibly--don't drive drunk. We're deploying extra DUI patrols. It's the season of holiday parties, and we want to see you all safe in 2018. That's why the Roseville Police Department will have extra DUI enforcement officers out on the weekends throughout the holiday season. DUI doesn't just mean booze. You can also be arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana or impairing prescription drugs. Don't risk it--designate a driver or call a sober friend or a taxi/ride service for a safe ride home. Be a DUI spotter. See a drunk driver/erratic driver? Call 911. An officer will respond and check it out. Kids in the Kitchen. Do your kids like helping out in the kitchen and cooking up tasty snacks for your friends and family? Preparing yummy treats can be lots of fun, but it's important that kids who like to cook know how to be safe in the kitchen. These tips can help you figure out which tasks they're old enough to do on their own as well as tasks they may need your assistance with. Kids 3-5 can: Get ingredients out of the refrigerator Measure and mix ingredients together in a bowl Wash fruits and vegetables off under cold water Kids 6-8 can: Open Packages Set the table Peel vegetables Kids 9-12 can: Open Cans Make a salad Help plan the meal Kids 14 and over can: Drain cooked pasta into a colander Heat food up in the microwave without adult present Take tray of food out of the oven. For the full list of age appropriate ways that your kid can assist you in the kitchen, visit the National Fire Protection's website by clicking here. 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
  4. The agenda for City Council Meeting dated Wednesday, 15 November 2017 has been archived. Access it here: http://roseville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=10&clip_id=3322 Download File View the full article
  5. November 9, 2017 It's time to brush up on rainy-season driving skills. Our firefighters and police officers have been responding to a lot of traffic crashes since the rainy season started, so it's time to brush up on winter driving habits. Wet roads = slippery roads, so slow down and allow more stopping time for yourself and other drivers. Also, always turn your headlights on anytime your wipers are on--it's the law, and it makes your car more visible to other drivers. Meet your new POP/Parks Officer Officer Anganes is the newest member of the RPD's Social Services Unit/POP (Problem Oriented Policing) unit. His focus will be on the parks, trails and open space areas. Tips for happy holiday shopping Ready to hit the stores for holiday shopping? Here are a few tips to keep your experience safe and enjoyable. Here's your latest police digests. What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest, and here's the digest for the previous week, November 2. Staying safe in the kitchen during the season of feasts. For most, the kitchen is the heart of the home, especially during the holidays. From testing family recipes to decorating cakes and cookies, everyone enjoys being part of the preparations. So keeping fire safety top of mind in the kitchen during this joyous but hectic time is important, especially when there’s a lot of activity and people at home. As you start preparing your holiday schedule and organizing that large family feast, remember, by following a few simple safety tips you can enjoy time with your loved ones and keep yourself and your family safer from fire. Safety tips Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the food. Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently. Keep children away from the stove. The stove will be hot and kids should stay 3 feet away. Make sure kids stay away from hot food and liquids. The steam or splash from vegetables, gravy or coffee could cause serious burns. Keep the floor clear so you don’t trip over kids, toys, pocketbooks or bags. Keep knives out of the reach of children. Be sure electric cords from an electric knife, coffee maker, plate warmer or mixer are not dangling off the counter within easy reach of a child. Keep matches and utility lighters out of the reach of children — up high in a locked cabinet. Never leave children alone in room with a lit candle. Make sure your smoke alarms are working. Test them by pushing the test button. For more information on Thanksgiving safety tips, please visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. 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
  6. The agenda for City Council Meeting dated Wednesday, 01 November 2017 has been archived. Access it here: http://roseville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=10&clip_id=3319 Download File View the full article
  7. October 31, 2017 Let's keep trick-or-treating safe and fun tonight! Halloween is a frightfully fun night for little kids and big kids too, but there are a few hazards--even if you don't run into a hungry T-Rex like Officer Pruette did. Here are some more common safety tips for trick-or-treaters, parents and drivers to keep the evening safe and fun for all. Trick-or-treaters and parents: Check your children's costumes--can they both see and be seen? Reflective tape on costumes is a great idea. If your children are old enough to go out trick-or-treating with friends, make sure one of them has a cell phone, knows how and when to call 911, and has your number and other important numbers programmed and ready to go. Review their route with them in advance, so that they have a safe route and you know where they're going. Only go up to homes with a porch light on. Don't ever go inside a house or car to get a treat. Remind them to put the cell phones down and look both ways before crossing any street. Make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. Don't eat any treats until an adult has checked them for tampering or allergy triggers. Drivers: As always, never mix alcohol, marijuana or other drugs when driving. How would you live with yourself if you hit a child pedestrian because you were impaired? Ditto with cell phone use. Put the electronic devices away and focus on driving. Be extra vigilant for pedestrians during prime trick-or-treat hours, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Turn your headlights on, drive slowly in residential areas, and remember that excited kids in pursuit of candy can be unpredictable. Wishing everyone, even our dinosaur friends, a frightfully wonderful and safe Halloween! Here's your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest. Please note that we're moving to a new website tomorrow, on November 1, so then this link will have changed. If you're reading this on or after November 1, visit us at www.roseville.ca.us and navigate to government/city departments, police, then "news". We'll have a clean, direct link for you in our next newsletter. Upcoming events Coffee with a Cop, November 8, 1-3 p.m., Starbucks inside the Target store on Fairway Drive. Drop by for casual conversation and get to know our officers and staff. All ages are welcome. 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
  8. Ready Set Ride is a new way to challenge friends and co-workers to drive alone less. Join the Sacramento region October 22-28 for a chance to win great prizes! Learn more readysetridechallenge.com. View the full article
  9. The 2017 State of the City Address was given Wednesday, October 18, 2017 in the Roseville City Council Chambers by Mayor Susan Rohan and City Manager Rob Jensen. You can watch a video of the speech or read the text of it here. View the full article
  10. Get your hands dirty by volunteering and planting you oak trees to enhance Roseville's Urban Forest on Saturday, November 4 at Kerry Downs Preserve located at 210 Kyla Ct. View the full article
  11. As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) prioritized discretionary services provided by the Roseville Police Department. Discretionary services are those not mandated by law or tied to customer revenue, grant funding, designated fees, or other sources that can only be used on certain expenditures. View the full article
  12. The agenda for City Council Meeting dated Wednesday, 18 October 2017 has been archived. Access it here: http://roseville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=10&clip_id=3316 Download File View the full article
  13. Getting information about the City will be easier with the launch of our newly designed website November 1. The site has a cleaner interface, streamlined navigation and a powerful new search function. View the full article
  14. PG&E will relocate three lines over Highway 65 between I-80 and Galleria Boulevard/Stanford Ranch Road, which will require full closure of the freeway. While this work will occur during the nighttime, it kicks off utility relocations for Phase 1 to reconfigure the I-80/SR 65 interchange. A third lane will be added on northbound Highway 65 from I-80 to Pleasant Grove Boulevard to alleviate traffic backing up onto I-80. View the full article
  15. Roseville’s Environmental Utilities selected a winner for the “Sustain the Gains” landscape makeover contest. For more than two months, the contest encouraged residents to continue water-efficient behaviors established during the drought and make it a way of life. More than 3,200 Roseville water customers entered and the winner – a 23-year Roseville resident – will have their front yard re-imagined this fall into a low-water-use landscape. View the full article

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