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How to Keep Busy During the Fall in Roseville


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Roseville, California is a small community with several businesses and retail stores located within the vicinity. NEC Electronics, Hewlett Packard and Kaiser Permanente all have a presence in the community. These three companies employ Roseville residents with over 8300 jobs. The retail community is ranked number nine of the top 15 retail communities in California. Currently, the retail community manages $4 billion in retail sales annually.

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A $70 million complex is named “The Fountains. ” The Peter Bollinger Investment Company built this retail center. The Fountains is 330,000 square feet in size and possesses several recreational centers. The first phase of the mall was opened on June 30, 2008. Additional construction of hotels, retail and office buildings will occur in the coming years. Another development, the Westfield Galleria at Roseville, cost $270 million to complete. This is a high end mall that spans over 487,806 square foot expansion mall.

The city also contains one of the largest Auto Malls in the country. Roseville manages to collect a significant amount of revenue from the City of Roseville Auto Mall and the City of Roseville. A waterpark by the name of the Roseville Golfland SunSplash also brings into revenue into the city. In 2006, the CNN Money ranked Roseville one of the “Best Places to Live. ” The city is also known for attracting individuals who care about their fitness. Roseville is ranked the “skinniest city” in the country. The average body mass index is 24.5.

Residents remain fit and busy in the fall by enrolling in several events. The city of Roseville has many galleries and art-friendly venues. The city also features music and a chance to meet artists of the galleries. Every third Saturday, an Art Walk is hosted 6PM to 9PM. For more information, contact Roseville Parks & Recreation Cultural Arts.

In 2005, there were 103,845 people located in the city. The majority of the residents (86.03%) are white and over 14% are African American, Asian, Pacific Islander and Native American. Over 35% of the households have small children and over 57% of the population was married. The average family size was 3.03.

The Roseville real estate is comprised of a mix of housing. There are numerous Roseville homes for sale . A Roseville real estate agent will educate buyers and investors on where the homes are located. The homes are reasonably priced. Buyers in the area may purchase homes from the low $80,000s with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom and over 800 and 1100 square feet. A three bedroom and three bathroom house with over 2000 square feet will be available in the low $300,000s.

Roseville Arts! is a not-for-profit membership organization. Children’s Gallery and annual Family Arts Festival offer many opportunities for children to engage in the arts. Transportation is available to transport residents to cultural events along the West Coast. NEC is temporarily housed at NEC Electronics.

Residents may also enjoy schedule of musicals, comedies, mysteries, children’s theater, youth musical workshops and concerts in Roseville Theater.

Carnegie Museum provides residents with a walking tour of the historic area of Roseville to give residents physical, historical examples of some of the relics inside the museum. Roseville offers another museum to its residents. The Maidu Indian Museum provides a historical account of the petroglyphs, bedrock mortars and Nisenan or Southern Maidu occupation site. Some of the relics prove the tribes existence thousands of years. The museums are portrayed in a way to explain the Maidu way of life.

Roseville Utility Exploration Center (RUEC) teaches residents and visitors of all types about the importance of natural resources. The RUEC is one of the city’s first LEED-certified green building. The community may learn about natural resources through demonstrations, presentations and workshops through a Learning Lab.

California Arts Council encourages expression, artistic awareness and participation. This council assists the employment of the artists. The One Root Festival allows people to come together to expose others to the diverse group of arts, food and music available in Roseville. Roseville is also home to numerous seminars business networking seminars and support groups. The Rotary Club also offers numerous meetings for Roseville residents.

Numerous support groups exist for women who are pregnant. They may learn to breast feed, learn prenatal yoga and other helpful tips to prepare individuals for pregnancy.


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