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Community events and news

Fire Kids Camp

It's five (June 10-14) fun and exciting days learning all about the job of a firefighter. Camp runs from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. each day. On Friday, families are invited to attend a muster, where campers will have the opportunity to show off the skills they learned throughout the week while competing against other teams. Click the title or icon above to learn more.

Drug take back day April 27

Mark your calendar for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Two locations in Roseville are ready to collect your unused or expired medications and vaping devices (remember to remove the batteries.) Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Drive Sun City - Roseville 7050 Del Webb Blvd (Across from the tennis courts) By participating in this event, you're helping prevent drug misuse and protect our environment. Click the title or icon above to learn more.

Community Clean Up Days

We are so grateful that you are volunteering to help us at the 3rd Annual Spring Cleanup. Please sign up for any available slots that you are available on any given day or time. Thank you so much! Click the title or icon above to learn more.

Informative briefings from local leaders
Discussing issues and planning for the future
Fun block parties and celebrations

Meeting Details

We’re reactivating the Vineyard Neighborhood Association and you’re invited to be part of it!

Roseville Police Department has been invited to give an informative briefing!

Retail Theft: How bad is the problem? What is being done? And what can you do?

Round Table Pizza
4010 Foothills Blvd Suite 108, Roseville, CA 95747
Tuesday, April 23rd – 6:30 pm

Questions and Answers

There are many good reasons! Our goals include:

  • To create a forum for discussions about the issues that impact our community and to make plans together.
  • To create opportunities for Vineyard residents to hear informative briefings from community leaders and offer feedback.
  • To hold fun events, block parties, and celebrations.
  • To build a stronger and safer community.

No! Every neighborhood in Roseville has a neighborhood association. These local organizations were created by law enforcement to build stronger communities and stronger partnerships to keep our neighborhoods safe.

No, but we will have the opportunity to create a Neighborhood Watch once we are formally activated.

Awesome! We’re building a team of constructive people who want to make our community a better place and aren’t afraid of hard work. Reach out using the contact info at the top of this website and let’s talk!

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