November 2016 Business Matters Newsletter

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FY 16-17 Q1 sales tax revenue up; meets expectations

Sales tax information

City of Roseville sales tax revenue for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2016-17 increased 6.3 percent over the same quarter of Fiscal Year 2015-16. The increase is inline with city economic projections. Sales tax revenue is the single largest revenue source to the city's General Fund, which funds the city's discretionary spending on services like public safety, parks and road maintenance.

Greater Sacramento Placer County Competitiveness Forum set for November 15

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council in partnership with the Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln Chambers of Commerce will hold a free Competiveness Forum in Placer County. Christopher Weare, Dir. of Research and Strategy at Greater Sacramento will lead the interactive Competiveness Forum. The goal is for the community to start a discussion on where we can improve throughout our region.

9:30 - 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, November 15

William Jessup University, 2121 University Avenue, Rocklin


Game Day Express - Version 2

Ride from Downtown Roseville to watch the Kings.

Game Day Express fares are as low as $3.25 each way. Buy tickets for one game or multiple games, one-way or round-trip. Be sure to reserve your spot early!

Tickets on sale. Buy now.

Learn more about the Game Day Express, including schedule information and frequently asked questions.

In the news:

FBI ribbon cutting

FBI relocates Sacramento office to West Roseville - New facility could grow, spur development

"The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently opened a field office in northwest Roseville, relocating its operations from Sacramento.

The 119,434-square-foot field office opened Oct. 11, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by FBI Director James B. Comey. In time, there could be more development on the surrounding land.

“We’re going to take our time,” Harsch vice president John Shorey told the Press Tribune. “Since we’re in it for the long term, we want to make sure we make good decisions for everybody.”"


Sutter Cancer Center

Sutter Roseville opens new $27 million cancer center - Facility touted as most complete, advanced of its kind in the area

The new $27 million Sutter Roseville Cancer Center is the most comprehensive and advanced medical center dedicated to cancer patients in the greater area. It houses all cancer services under one roof, including infusion services, oncology specialists and support services, and an outpatient surgery center.


americas best contacts

America's Best Contacts and Eyeglasses will be locating at 1010 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Suite 110. America's Best carries a wide selection of designer eyeglass frames, contact lenses and eyeglass accessories. Eye exams are available by a professional optometrist, or you can bring in an outside prescription.


Bombardier Recreation Products (BRP)

BRP will be occupying 360 N. Sunrise Avenue, with a total leased space of nearly 30,000 square feet with tenant improvements valued at nearly $600,000.  BRP is a world leader in the design, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of motorized recreational vehicles and powersports engines. BRP products are distributed in over 100 countries by more than 4,200 dealers and distributors.

pure barre

Pure Barre is processing tenant improvement plans for 10241 Fairway Drive, Suite 120.  Pure Barre is a total body workout that utilizes the ballet barre to perform small, isometric movements, which burn fat, sculpt muscles and create long, lean physiques.


Skatetown Ice Arena is preparing for the opening of their 4th annual Winter Holiday Outdoor Ice Rink.  They have two indoor NHL-sized surfaces that are open year-round. Starting in November, the area outside the rink will be transformed into a charming winter wonderland with twinkling lights professionally choreographed to seasonal music, seasonal decorations and an action-packed 4,500 sq. ft. outdoor ice skating rink.  More than 40,000 visitors are expected to visit the outdoor rink between Nov. 20 and Jan. 16