Autumn News In Roseville CA Area
HAPPY NOVEMBER 2023! Can you BELIEVE it’s already November. Time for some autumn news in Roseville CA area. LIKE THE FACT THAT we are in the holiday season full on! And as one friend put it, only 8 more Saturdays and then IT IS CHRISTMAS !!!! YIKES! 😀. Time to take advantage of all the great Craft Fairs I shared about last weekand a few more that are coming up to help us with our Christmas shopping, don’t you think?
What’s Happening In PRL
It’s the latest City of Roseville video – “What’s Happening In Prl” It’s chock full of interesting news and holiday happenings in Roseville CA.
Antelope Creek Trail Closure
A portion of the Antelope Creek Trail, from Galleria Boulevard to just before Antelope Creek Drive, will be CLOSED Saturday, November 4 through Sunday, November 5 due to a special event.
Honoring Veterans in Roseville CA
November 9 from 5-6:30 pm at Vernon Street Town Square
Check out the PRL Video above for even MORE great ways to celebrate and help our awesome veterans!
Curbside Leaf Pickup Season
The Good News About Leaf Pickups
Woohoo – it’s not JUST the season of Thanksgiving and Christmas. It is now, officially, the season of autumn leaves AND autumn curbside leaf pickup – GREAT autumn news in Roseville CA. From November 1, 2023 through January 19, 2024, the City of Roseville provides free curbside leaf pickup service to help prevent fallen front yard leaves from clogging stormwater drains and washing into our creeks and streams, disturbing the sensitive ecological balance and threatening plants and wildlife.
There are exeptions – in Roseville, leaves cannot be removed from commercial properties, gated, or private communities.
Also, please keep in mind that the Public Works crews cannot pick up any bags that contain other green waste, branches, rocks, animal waste, or metal. If a bag contains ANY unacceptable materials, crews will place a notice on your door and leave the bag(s) in front of the residence for you to remove.
HOW to determine whether bagged or loose leaf pickup is available in your area:
Click here OR on the map below and it will take you to a page that lets you input your address and then tells you if your home is eligible for bagged leaf pickup or if you can just rake the leaves into the street for the “leaf cleaning machine” to scoop them up. AND it gives you all the details you need to know. 😀🍁🍂
It’s Not Just Roseville CA!
I did some research and found this info for other cities in our area. They don’t all have dates but do seem to be current. However, you can call your department that handles this to confirm that. 😀
And check out Sacramento’s video of their “CLAW” 😊
Area Gardening Tips
If food gifts are more your “cup of tea” this is a great time to think about making good use of the fruit and veggies from your fall garden and SacDigsGardening has some lovely looking recipes for our local crops.
And now, it’s time to think about SPRING. Here’s a helpful video from Green Acres Gardening with good advice on what to start planting now for next spring.
Exciting News in Roseville CA
We now have an app for the City of Roseville! Click here ON YOUR IPHONE to add it. (It didn’t work for me on my computer.) Or just go to the app store and search for myRSVL.
With this app, you can easily report and track concerns on a wide range of local, non-emergency issues through myRSVL, a new innovative tool from the City of Roseville. You can use it to for:
Library room rentals
Dog parks concerns
Street sign repairs
And more – including the latest seasonal including autumn news in Roseville CA for holiday happenings! Also – City news, job openings, and answers to many of your questions about the City of Roseville CA. Click here for even more information!
BUT DO NOT USE myRSVL FOR EMERGENCIES!!!!! ALWAYS CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES!
I’ve got mine? How about you?
Dry Creek Parkway Trail
I’m personally excited to share the latest update on the Dry Creek Parkway Trail. I’ve followed these updates for years and it will be years before it is done. But when it is done, there will be a 70-mile loop trail system for our region! Very exciting. Click here for the update. AND here’s a bit more info from Placer County.
Autumn News In Roseville CA About Next Year’s Placer County Fair
It’s time for the 2024 Slogan Contest for Next Year’s Placer County Fair! Click here for details.
Great News for North Highlands/Sacramento/Citrus Heights
If you are a fan of Lou’s Drive-in in North Highlands – including many who drive there from outside the area – GREAT NEWS – they are NOT closing! Their landlord has extended their lease and they will be staying put. And based on all the traffic they got this past week, when the news came out they were closing, I suspect a LOT of people are VERY happy – from all over our Roseville Sacramento area!
RailFan News for Next Weekend
The International Railfair is coming to Sacramento’s Cal Expo next weekend! It will be held November 11-12, 2023 and the ticket prices range from $5 – $12! Click here for all the details!
Fascinating Job Option With Roseville Police.
The City of Roseville is hiring a Police Scene Technician. You would be assisting in investigations by responding to a variety of crime scenes to photograph, process, document and reconstruct the scene as well as collect and process evidence for prints and DNA. This is a great opportunity for candidates with at least two years of crime scene investigation experience. Click here for more information.
Don’t forget the very important autumn news in Roseville CA area tomorrow – which is CHANGE ANY CLOCKS that don’t do it themselves. FALL BACK and enjoy some extra sleep! 😊
Table of contents
- 1 Autumn News In Roseville CA Area
- 2 What’s Happening In PRL
- 3 Antelope Creek Trail Closure
- 4 Honoring Veterans in Roseville CA
- 5 Curbside Leaf Pickup Season
- 6 Area Gardening Tips
- 7 Exciting News in Roseville CA
- 8 Dry Creek Parkway Trail
- 9 Autumn News In Roseville CA About Next Year’s Placer County Fair
- 10 Great News for North Highlands/Sacramento/Citrus Heights
- 11 RailFan News for Next Weekend
- 12 Fascinating Job Option With Roseville Police.
- 13 Bottom Line