Roseville Area Resources

Of course, there are a lot more resources here in Roseville than just delicious restaurants, lovely homes, and delightful things to do. Here’s where you’ll find even more great things about living in Roseville. While most of what I share is focused on Roseville California, our huge neighbor, Sacramento, and the surrounding area, do offer a variety of resources that are fairly close and I share those at times, as well.

Roseville CA Recycle and Trash Options by Kaye Swain Roseville Real Estate Agent

Trashy Questions for Us in Roseville CA

Once upon a time, when we had a computer that was getting old or a bed mattress that we no longer needed, we could call our local thrift store (I like Salvation Army and Goodwill). But nowadays, many thrift stores won’t accept some electronics or mattresses for varying reasons. So what DO you do with an […]

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West Roseville Newsletter – Woodcreek Oaks Neighborhood – March 2015

Hi, My name is Kaye Swain and I’m one of your neighbors here in West Roseville. I am also a blogger and a REALTOR with Keller Williams Realty in Roseville. I love Roseville, and I love to share the great things I enjoy about Roseville online at: My blog – RosevilleCaliforniaJoys.com Facebook – Facebook.com/RosevilleCaliforniaJoys Instagram […]

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Wondering About Flood Issues in Roseville CA?

Rain – for three years, there’s been too little and we’ve been in drought. This week, that’s turned upside down and today my smart phone is sending flood warning alerts, as is the TV station. Having lived here during a season of flooding many years ago, I still remember the creek measuring stations we used […]

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Are You in the Roseville Area and Dealing With Grief and Loss Issues Through The Holidays?

Grief and Loss During the Holidays It’s the beginning of the holiday season – a time of joy, happiness, excitement, family get-togethers, fun, and more. Unfortunately, for some it may also include times of grief and loss and the sorrow that comes along. My beloved father got very ill during Thanksgiving a few years ago […]

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