Emergency officials at the Emergency Operations Center monitoring and responding to rising creek levels.
It is important to note that there has been $20 million worth of flood control improvements made in Roseville since 1995 when 358 structures were flooded. Roseville is now the only city in the nation that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has rated Class I for flood control. This rating reflects the City’s strong flood-protection efforts and ensures a 45 percent discount in flood insurance rates to residents. In addition, improved development standards and more accurate floodplain modeling have ensured that structures built in Roseville since the 1980s have not incurred flooding problems related to creek levels.
The 2013 Service Guide with 2013 Green Waste Pick-Up Calendar will arrive in Roseville residential mailboxes soon. The Service Guide is an excellent resource to connect into city programs, services and rebates. Additionally, the guide contains your 2013 residential green waste calendar that can be torn out of the guide and posted on your refrigerator as an easy reminder of your pick-up day. To find whether you are on an A or B schedule look on the back of the guide on the address block. An electronic version of the 2013 Service Guide with 2013 Green Waste Pick-Up Calendar can also be accessed by clicking here.