June/July 2017 Business Matters Newsletter

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Roseville makes another "best places" list

Not many cities are nationally recognized for appealing to people in all stages of life. Recent accolades show that whether you’re a child or a retiree, Roseville is the place to be. 

In June, Roseville earned a spot on the best places to retire in America, coming in at No. 24. Weather and access to healthcare and entertainment were deciding factors. This comes on the heels of Roseville being named the No. 1 place in California to raise a family based on education, economy, costs, and crime. Earlier this year, Roseville was in the top 5 most popular places in the country for millennials to buy homes, attributed to the strong STEM job market and housing affordability relative to income. 

Across the board, our quality of life can’t be beat.

Roseville home to major health care expansions

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Adventist Health headquarters construction starts soon

Adventist Health's new corporate headquarters will begin construction soon after obtaining a building permit June 30.  The  282,000 square foot, five-story building will house Adventist Health's consolidated corporate operations at 1400 Stone Point Drive project, which is off North Sunrise Avenue near Roseville Parkway. The project includes parking areas, frontage improvements, lighting, landscaping and extensive pedestrian pathways for recreation. 

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Kaiser Riverside expansion will add 150 employees

Kaiser Permanente's Riverside Avenue building expansion plans were approved by the Roseville City Council in June. Groundbreaking on the new five-story medical office building is scheduled for July 10.  Kaiser Permanente is adding 150 new employees and 210,000 square feet to their facility here.

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Sutter Roseville to expand emergency and critical care

Construction on Sutter Hospital Roseville expanded emergency and critical care units is expected to being this month. The new three-story facility will be more than 97,000 square feet.

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City's $507 million FY17-18 budget passed

The Roseville City Council approved the City's operating budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 at its June 22, 2017 meeting. The $507 million citywide budget includes the City’s General Fund departments, Roseville Electric Utility, Water Utility, Wastewater Utility and Solid Waste Utility.

The General Fund portion is $137 million. The General Fund, which receives approximately 60 percent of its revenue from a portion of sales and property taxes collected in the city, funds services including public safety, public works, parks, recreation, and libraries.

Read more here.

Engage Roseville

Engage Roseville is a community effort to involve residents, businesses, and others who have a stake in Roseville’s quality of life. The goal is to prioritize the city services and develop options to align service levels with revenues.

The Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) is intended to bring together Roseville residents and businesses to assess specific general fund City services and programs, and provide policy-level recommendations to prioritize what we value as a community.

The CPAC holds its first meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, July 12 at the Martha Riley Library. It is open to the public. The meetings can be viewed via live stream and on demand following the meeting on the city's website. 

Agendas, presentation material, videos, and summaries can also be found here.

Read more about Engage Roseville here.

In the News

“The most significant and efficient city in the region at producing its own economy is Roseville,” said Barry Broome, executive director of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council.

Read what regional leaders said about becoming a mega-region

From the Roseville Press Tribune: "Roseville’s Economic Development Director Chris Robles looks at the recent sale of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s local campus to Strada Investment Group and he sees possibility."

Read about the sale of the HP Campus and what it means for Roseville.

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McCarthy Building Companies

McCarthy Building Companies will be locating offices at 3721 Douglas Blvd., Suite 110. The tenant improvements are valued at approximately $660,000 for nearly 15,000 square feet of leased area.  Established in 1864, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has a long history of building facilities that drive greater value.

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Ahipoki Bowl

Ahipoki Bowl will be locating at 3984 Douglas Blvd., Suite 100 (formerly Noodles and  Company).

Ahipoki Bowl is a California coastal kitchen serving ahi poke seafood inspired by the diversity of people and culture from local California communities.


Sage Engineers

Sage Engineers is processing tenant improvements valued at approximately $80,000 for offices at 2251 Douglas Blvd., Suite 190.

SAGE is a regionally known and respected firm providing many services under the water resources umbrella.  With offices in Roseville, Oakland, and South Lake Tahoe, California, the company is solely owned and employs 51 professionals.

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Play Care Learning Center is under construction at 4080 Baseline Road. The facility is in excess of 12,000 square feet and valued at over 1 million dollars.