Communities, garden clubs and home gardeners are talking up rain gardens. What is all the chatter about? A rain garden is a simple bowl-shaped depression that is designed to catch rainwater from your roof, yard, driveway or street and allows it to soak into the ground within 24-48 hours.
Many common household products can be harmful to your health and the environment. If a container has the words "caution," "warning," "danger" or "poison" on the label and still has product left over, it doesn't belong in the trash.
Whether planting a tree, adding a fence or building a new addition, state law requires you to call Gopher State One-Call at least 48 hours (excluding weekends, holidays and emergencies) before digging on your property.
Roseville Police remind motorists to start seeing motorcycles. As the weather warms, more riders are pulling out their motorcycles and scooters to get around town. We've put together a few reminders to help keep everyone on the road safe.
Beginning in May, Roseville will begin its annual neighborhood enhancement project where code enforcement staff proactively conducts neighborhood inspections. The city hopes that by identifying problems when they are minor, homeowners will make repairs before they become major nuisances.
From left to right: Melanie Mogg, Roseville Rotary; Jeff Evanson, Roseville Parks superintendent; Lonnie Brokke, Roseville Parks & Recreation director; Dan Roe, Roseville mayor; Brazilian exchange guests Priscila Walker, Daniele Penba, Angela Silva, Denise Lamego and Sergio Correa; and Rosevi