Protecting our community against natural and manmade hazards

Updated August 03, 2021
Roseville takes a proactive approach to reducing our community's vulnerabilities to potential natural and manmade hazards.

Since 2005 we’ve developed and consistently updated our Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. This means Roseville is eligible for federal disaster funding in emergencies as well as project funding to further reduce potential risks. This thoughtful planning also helps us maintain the nation’s top FEMA flood protection rating which reduces your flood insurance rates. 

The 2020 progress report is now available following City Council adoption on July 21. 

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