Roseville (UK) Roseville) is a city in the northern Placer County of California, the United States of America, and belongs to the Sacramento metropolitan area. According to the 2010 census conducted by the National Census of the United States of America, the population was 118,788, which increased by 49% from 2000. The population is estimated to be 133,680 in 2015. Interstate Expressway Route 80 runs through the city and California State Route 65 divides the northern part of the city.
City of Roseville
Location of Placer County and Roseville in California
|city||April 10, 1999|
City of Roseville
|region||79.0 km2 (30.5 mi2)|
|land||78.9 km2 (30.46 mi2)|
|water surface||0.1 km2 (0.04 mi2)|
|water area ratio||0.07%|
|Elevation||50 m (164 ft)|
|population||(as of 2010)|
|population density||1300/km2 (3300/mi2)|
|equal time||Pacific Time (UTC-8)|
|daylight saving time||Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7)|
|Official website: City of Roseville|
Roseville is 38 degrees 45 minutes 9 seconds north latitude 121 degrees 17 minutes 22 seconds west longitude / 38.75250 degrees north latitude 121.28944 degrees west longitude / 38.75250 degrees west longitude;.28944. According to the National Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 30.5 square miles (79.0 km2), of which the land area is 30.47 square miles (78.9 km2), the water area is 0.04 square miles (0.1 km 2) and the water area is 0.07%. Several waterways, including Dry Creek, Linda Creek, Secret Valley and Service Creek, flow through the city.
Roseville is located in the Mediterranean climate (Ceppenne Climate Division Csa) with cool, rainy winter and hot, dry summer. Rain generally falls between October and March. The average daytime high temperature changes from 54 degrees F (12 degrees C) in January to 95 degrees F (35 degrees C) in July. The average minimum temperature ranges from 39 degrees F (4 degrees C) in winter to 60 degrees F (16 degrees C) in summer.
|Mean maximum temperature°C (°F)||12 |
|Mean Minimum Temperature °C (°F)||4 |
|Precipitation mm (inch)||113.3 |
|Source: weather.com August 2010|
The following is the population estimation data for 2005.
Households and family (number of households)
Income and household finances (estimated 2007)
In 2006, the "Survey of Places I Want to Live" by CNN magazine Money showed that the average obesity index was 24.5, making it the most slim city in the United States.
Roseville City has various businesses. They have attracted large-scale retailers, including one of the largest auto malls in Japan, and they have contributed significantly to their consumption tax revenues in both the city and at the national level. Even if the population increases dramatically, the consumption tax revenue has helped the infrastructure catch up. This environment creates a complex form of housing, large and small employers, and even shopping opportunities. The city has a popular water park called Roseville Golf Land Sun Splash.
Shopping has contributed a lot to the economy of Roseville, and in 2008, it was the 11th highest sales among California cities. The population is the smallest of the 15 cities with high retail sales. It was ranked ninth before the economic downturn. If the auto industry and other industries recover, annual retail sales are expected to reach $4 billion, within 10. The Westfield Galeria Mall is the main shopping center in the city and is considered to be the center of the retail business in the area. Westfield Galeria Mall has started a floor increase plan of 487,806 square feet (45,300 m2) and $270 million in investment, in anticipation of sales from its upmarket-oriented mall.
Across the street from Westfield Galleria Mall, Peter Bolinger Investment Company has built a $70 million facility called the Fountain. The facility is a 330,000 square feet (30,600 meters2) retail center, and has a feature of several recreational facilities. The first stage opened on June 30, 2008. Hotels, additional stores and office buildings will be constructed in the future.
In addition, there are many shopping streets surrounding Westfield Galeria Mall and Douglas Boulevard Financial District.
According to Roseville's 2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top 10 employers in the city are as follows:
|rank||employer||number of employees|
|1||Sutter Roseville Medical Center||1,654|
|4||Roseville Joint High School District||1,434|
|5||Union Pacific Railway||1,137|
|7||Roseville City School District||1,000|
In 2009, Kaiser Palmanente outnumbered Hewlett-Packard, and became the largest employer in Placer County. This is because Hewlett-Packard reduced the size of its Roseville business and opened the Children's Hospital in January 2009 and the new Medical Office Building in February 2009.
Projects in progress
Since 1988, Roseville has launched a plan to redevelop the core part of the city, which covers about 207 acres (0.8 km2). For the past and the future, the city is spending tens of millions of dollars to revitalize the historic area. This area has been in decline for a long time. He has already completed the Vernon Street Landscape Project and is currently working on the project for the scenery of corridor along the historic district and river. In addition, Cobra Properties Co., Ltd. has developed parking lots, office buildings and art galleries. New Roseville Arts! · The Blue Line Gallery has come in to secure the parking space needed by the new clerks. The parking lot opened in November 2007 and the Blue Line Gallery opened in February 2008.
Roseville is in the Sierra Community College district. The main campus is located in the adjacent Rocklin, and there is an extended campus in the city, called "Roseville Gateway." The Kyoto University offers a certificate and a Associate Degree of Education.
Public education is under the jurisdiction of the Roseville City School District, the Eureka Integrated School District, the Dry Creek Combined Elementary School District and the Roseville Combined High School District. St. Albans Day School in the city provides elementary and secondary education.
The Herald College is a two-year college for students seeking business careers. The University of Phoenix offers a wide degree in the city, while the classes also have classroom and on line options. The private non-profit college, Chapman University, has an extended campus in Roseville, has night classes, and is aimed at working professionals.
Technical colleges are technical schools in the city, providing practical education in many areas, including cooking methods, business and medical care. There are also cooking schools that offer three complete and distinctive programs.
William Jessup is the only Christian university in the Sacramento metropolitan area, and is located in the nearby Rocklin. The University of Drexel recently announced that it would like to set up a campus in the Roseville area.
The Sacramento State University Satellite Campus in the city is planning to become one of the independent California State University System.
"Roseville Press Tribune" is a weekly newspaper run by the Gold Country Media, which publishes several small newspapers in the surrounding area. The Rocklin & Roseville Today is an independent on line news and has about 50,000 subscribers. "Sacramento Bee" is the most popular newspaper in Roseville.
In the city, California State Highway 65 and Interstate Expressway 80 run, and the southern end of State Highway 65 leads to Interstate Expressway 80.
Amtrack's train, Capitol Corridor, stops at Roseville Station.
Roseville Transportation is a public transportation facility supervised by Roseville City and operated by MV Transport. It operates 12 regular routes, on-demand systems and commuter lines. There are several bus stops that can be connected to the lines of Sacramento Regional Transportation and Placer County Transportation.
Placer County Transportation Co., Ltd. is connected at Watt/I-80 Light Rail station, and is connected to other cities along Inter-State Expressway Route 80, including Auburn, Lincoln and Rocklin. The Placer Commuter Rapid for Sacramento connects to the park and ride parking lot on Taylor Road.
public works projects
The Roseville City Public Works Department provides electric power, water, sewage and garbage collection services to most parts of the city. The Pacific Gas and Electric Company supplies natural gas. The Internet, cables and phones are provided by AT&T, Comcast and Schuerwest.
The major medical institutions in the city are Sutter Roseville and Kaiser Permanente. There are many hospitals in and around the city. The University of California, Davis Medical Center, is located near the center of Sacramento.
well known inhabitants and people
- Lincoln Brewster musicians of Christian music
- Jason Hill players in NFL American football
- David Jost, Actor
a person who is a native of Japan
- Evelyn Ashford, Track and Field Athlete, Gold at the Olympics, former world record holder
- MLB Major League Baseball players
- Robbie Bosco College Football players
- Teddy Blaski NFL American players
- NFL American football players
- United States senators from John Enson and Nevada
- Scott Plouette, 2008 Rolex Sports Car Championship winner
- Molly Ringwald, Actress
- Summer Sanders, Swimmers, Olympic Gold Medal, Actress, TV personality
- head coach at Idaho Bandars in basketball, Don Berlin
- Dominic Sandbar, Dance Group Quest Crew members
- On April 28, 1973, 18 covered cars, loaded with bombs, started to explode after they set fire at a freight car at the Southern Pacific Railway station. More than 6,000 bombs exploded, injuring more than 350. There were 5,500 buildings damaged up to 6,800 feet (2 km) away. The cause of the first fire was unknown. In the late 1990s, when the Union Pacific Railroad developed the area, it was unexploded and recovered safely and destroyed without a small accident.
- Late in the morning on October 21, 2010, a man came into Roseville's Westfield Galleria, "talking incoherently" and lit the game stop store's product. He claimed that he had a gun and lit it. Police and firemen gathered at the scene, and several police officers put their handcuffs in the suspect shortly after 1:00 p.m. and took him away. The shopping street is 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Sacramento, and during the incident people were forced to escape and closed until the suspect was taken away. The police inspected the backpack, fearing the police might have explosives in. As a result, fire fighters could not enter the building until 2 p.m. and smoke continued to rise. The fire fighters tried to put out the spread of the fire as time went on. The building sprinklers were activated by housework to control the fire. The fire was put out at the end of the day.
- ^ "State & County QuickFacts". US Census Bureau. Viewed on December 24, 2011.
- ^ "E-1 City / County Population Estimates with Annual Percent Change — January 1, 2008 and 2009". California Department of Finance. Archived from original as of July 12, 2009. Read on July 12, 2009.
- ^ US Gazetteer files: 2010, 2000, and 1990, United States Census Bureau, (2011-02-12)Available April 23, 2011.
- ^ weather.com
- ^ Roseville 2007 Income Estimates
- ^ "MONEY Magazine: Best places to live 2006: Top 25 Skinniest". CNN
- ^ (PDF). Viewed on December 3, 2008.
- ^ Pardy, Sasha (July 7, 2008). "The Fountains at Roseville Now Open". CoStar Group. Viewed on December 3, 2008.
- ^ City of Roseville, California - Largest Employers
- ^ Environmental Impact Report for the Roseville Redevelopment Project, Earth Metrics, prepared for city of Roseville and state of California Clearinghouse, May, 1989
- ^ Institute of Technology
- ^ "Drexel University Leaders consider Major Campus in Placer". Rocklin & Roseville Today (October 24, 2007). Read on October 14, 2008.
- ^ City of Roseville, California - Fixed Route
- ^ Placer County Transit
- City of Roseville Official Website - Official Site
- Roseville Transit website
- Roseville Historical Society
- Roseville California