Want to name a park? Here is your chance!
The city of Roseville is allowing residents to submit naming suggestions for five new parks. The parks that are in need of name include:
- A 6-acre neighborhood park adjacent to open space off of Old Coach near Angus in West Roseville.
- A 12-acre neighborhood park adjacent to open space off of Symphony and Octave near Westbrook Boulevard in West Roseville.
- A 3-acre site off of Pleasant Grove Boulevard across from St. John’s Church in West Roseville.
- A 44-acre city-wide park site adjacent to the future West Roseville High School site.
- A 74-acre city-wide park site with a designated preserve area along the creeks, between Blue Oaks Boulevard, Hayden Parkway and Fiddyment Road in West Roseville
The names must reflect each park’s geographical location, significant natural features, or honor a significant individual. For more criteria and to submit a name, click here.
Submissions must be received by the City Clerk’s Department by 3 p.m. on September 18. The City’s Park Naming Subcommittee will review all of the submissions and submit their selections to the Roseville Parks and Recreation Commission and Roseville City Council. The city council will give the final sign off.
Roseville is full of great community parks. In fact, the city currently has 72 developed parks and facilities.
Roseville has blossomed into a city with 128,615 people and covers a total of 42 square miles. The city features great schools, endless restaurant options, golf courses, a water park, several corporate headquarters, hiking and biking trails, creeks and more.
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