Westpark Neighborhood Association 

October 2017 Newsletter

A member of the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations


Westpark Neighborhood Association (WNA) & Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association (FFNA) combined Annual Meeting & Elections

TUESDAY October 10th - 7:00 PM at Chilton Middle School - Multi-purpose Room (4501 Bob Doyle Drive)

Please come join us this Tuesday.  We will be electing new board members at the October 10th General Meeting (Chilton Middle School - Multi-purpose Room - 7 pm).

Click here to view this years nominees

Guest speaker Jack Duran, Placer County Supervisor, discussing county development around the West Roseville Specific Plan.



6th High School - Community Input

Due to the passage of Measure D last fall the Roseville Joint Union High School District is moving forward with the 6th High School. Building plans were submitted to the California Department of State Architecture this past spring, once approved, they will begin construction of the school in Spring 2018. The high school will open in the fall of 2020 …

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Village Center & F-54 Park Site Public Workshop

Public Workshop: F-54 Park Site & Village Center The Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department is holding a public workshop to begin the planning and design of two future park projects in West Roseville: F-54 park site is on the corner of Fiddyment Road and Blue Oaks Blvd; Village Center is off Pleasant Grove Blvd between Village Center Dr. and Village …

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Mark Your Calendars:

October 10th - WNA Public Board Meeting - Chilton Middle School - Multi-purpose Room, 4501 Bob Doyle Drive, 7 pm

October 16th - Village Center & F-54 Park Site Public Workshop - Junction Elementary, Multi-Use Room 2150 Ellison Dr. 6:30 pm

October 17th - 6th High School Steering Community Input Meeting - Chilton Middle School - Multi-purpose Room, 4501 Bob Doyle Drive, 6 pm

October 18th - State of City Address at 6:00 PM and City Council meeting at 7 pm - City Hall

October 26th - Family Fun Night on Vernon Street, 4-8 PM


MOMS Club Roseville West

Founded in 2001, the Roseville West Chapter of MOMS Club was created to provide a support system to both stay-at-home moms and working part-time moms. Mothers have an opportunity bond with other mothers and get involved in community service. The Club is an official chapter of the national and international MOMS Club, an organization that serves over 100,000 mothers in over 2,000 chapters. 

A variety of activities on different dates and times are available each month to club members – you can pick and choose what works best for you and your schedule!  Members and their families are welcome to attend many wonderful events including: field trips, tours, age-based playgroups, park play dates, holiday parties, the ever-popular moms’ nights out, and many more fun activities which provide a great platform for bonding between kids and parents.

Community service and working with local charities is also a huge part of the chapter efforts. MOMS Club® is a nonprofit corporation and a 501 (C) (3) publicly-supported charity registered with the IRS. The Club conducts several service projects throughout the year, including a monthly Coffee for Cause event where a specific charity/need is identified and items are donated towards. In September, funds were collected to help those in need after the devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The Club also holds their Quarter Craze fundraiser each year, with proceeds going directly to a local child & family in need. 

In 2017, the Roseville North and West chapters of MOMS Club merged into one club serving the zip codes of 95678 & 95747. In addition, the club also welcomes moms from 95843 (Antelope) and 95648 (Lincoln).  If you are interested in becoming a part of this wonderful community of mothers, please email momsclubofrosevillewest@hotmail.com for more information.


Register for the Alert Roseville Emergency Notification System

(from the City of Roseville)
If we can’t reach you…We can’t alert you. Alert Roseville is a new emergency notification system to alert you about emergencies and other important community news. The system enables officials to provide essential information quickly when there is a threat to the health or safety of you and your family.

In addition to emergency information, you may:

• Select to receive messages regarding crime alerts, road closures, public meetings or other community events;

• Choose the locations you want to be contacted about ‐ such as your parents’ home, your workplace and your child’s school;

• Receive alerts on your home phone, cell phone, work phone, email, text, fax or instant messaging.

The success of this service relies on you. The Alert Roseville database currently includes some landline, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and cellular telephone numbers. To ensure that we have your contact information and the preferred method you would like us to contact you, please register by clicking the link below. if you have any questions please contact the Roseville Fire Department at (916) 774-5808 or email at fire@roseville.ca.us . All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.
Alert Roseville is a free service provided by the City of Roseville and participating cities. Call and text messaging charges may apply when you receive alerts, depending on your cellular provider and calling plan.


Police Encourage You to Stay-Connected

If you are not already receiving police and crime updates from the Roseville Police Department, here’s how to sign up:

1.Go to the City of Roseville’s website: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/CAROSEVILLE/subscriber/new
2.Select the type of notification you want.
3.Check “Public Safety and neighborhood News,” and any other City publications you’re interested in. Fill out the information with your name, email address and any password you want, and hit “submit”.
4.You’ll automatically receive bulletins in your email at least once a week for as long as you want to subscribe.


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