Roseville was incorporated as a city in 1948 with a population of 4,589. The city experienced dramatic growth in both population and commercial development in the 1950s and 1960s. Since then, the city has shifted its focus from planning to redevelopment and preservation. Today Roseville is a mixed-land use community with established neighborhoods, ample open space, and vibrant retail and commercial development.* For more information, visit the Roseville Historical Society’s website.
|Population||33,660 (2010 Census)|
|Total Area||8,861 acres, or 13.8 square miles|
|Location||Roseville is a first tier suburb of St. Paul. It is conveniently located off I-35W and Highway 36 in the north Twin Cities area and provides easy access to most of the areas major freeways including I-35E, I-694, and Highway 280. It is less than a 10 minute commute to either downtown area. Roseville is in Ramsey county. Roseville’s location means residents can easily take advantage of all the metropolitan area has to offer in the way of theaters, major league sporting events, health care facilities, recreation, places of worship, museums, and other attractions.*|
|City Limits||County Road D to the North
Larpenteur Avenue to the Southeast
Roselawn Avenue to the Southwest
Highcrest Road to the West
Rice Street to the East*
|Major Employers||Minnesota Department of Transportation, Target Corporation, Earthgrains/Metz Baking, Best Inc, Health Span Home Care, Old Dutch Foods, McGough Construction, and Symantec Corporation.*
The first Target store was built in 1962 in Roseville and replaced in 2005 with a SuperTarget; Roseville is also home to the first Barnes & Noble bookstore outside New York City and the first McDonald’s and Dairy Queen restaurants in the state of Minnesota.
|Library||Located at Hamline Avenue and County Road B. It is the largest location in the Ramsey County Library system: Roseville County Library.|
||2000 W County Rd B2
Roseville, MN 55112
||The median home cost in Roseville is $209,900; according to 388 singe family sold transactions from 1/1/2014 to 1/1/2015.|
|Shopping||Rosedale, a 1.2 million-square-foot regional shopping mall, plus six other shopping centers combine to make Roseville one of the leading retail centers in the upper Midwest.*|
|Parks & Lakes||Roseville has 30 parks covering 632 acres with 64 miles of trails. Includes the Harriet Alexander Nature Center, which offers 52 acres of marsh, prairie, and deciduous/pine forest, the Guidant John Rose Minnesota OVAL and Skating Center and Cedarholm Golf Course.* Three lakes serve the area:
|Schools||Roseville is divided between 2 school districts consistently ranked among the best in the state:
Roseville School District 623
Mounds View School District 621
The northwest corner of the city is in the Mounds View School District.*Elementary
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