Westpark Neighborhood Association 

August 2017 Newsletter

A member of the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations


Westpark Neighborhood Association (WNA) Board nominations for 2017-2018 (are now OPEN)

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

Each Neighborhood Association Board requires a minimum of five (5) volunteers to be an “Active” Neighborhood Association (NA). RCONA provides the insurance for events, can help with partial funding, and use of City and park facilities. One representative from your board must attend monthly RCONA meetings, but people find them very informative and it’s a great place to share and learn from other NAs.

You may submit names to the Nominations Committee through September 12th by 5 PM. No nominations can be accepted after the deadline.

All you need to do is fill out the form here with the name, address, email address and phone number of your nominee along with a with simple paragraph background biography. If you are submitting someone else’s name, please confirm with them their willingness to serve prior to nominating them.

The Slate of Candidates will be posted on our on website September 12th and remain posted until after the elections.

Meetings generally last less than two hours and are only once per month. There can be up to 10 board members (per our bylaws) -- enough so that the various duties are not onerous on anyone.

The WNA Bylaws require the annual election of board members. Our annual election will take place at the general membership meeting October 10 (see above).

We hope to hear from you!
WNA Nominations Committee


Roseville Joint Union High School District - 6th High School Steering Committee

  The next 6th High School Steering Committee meeting will be held at the Roseville Joint Union High School District (RJUHSD) Office Board Room located at 1750 Cirby Way, Roseville, 95661 on September 6th at 6:00 PM. To receive communications regarding the 6th high school contact RJUHSD Communications Coordinator Shannon Blockton at sblockton@rjuhsd.us. More information related to the 6th high …

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Petition Requesting to Extend Blue Oaks Boulevard Now -- Stop Further Delays

Petition Requesting to Extend Blue Oaks Boulevard Now -- Stop Further Delays To: City Council of Roseville, CA From: Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association and WestPark Neighborhood Association, both active members of the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (RCONA) Subject: Petition Requesting to Extend Blue Oaks Boulevard Now -- Stop Further Delays. Introduction: On behalf of the residents of the West Roseville …

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Friday Flicks: Rogue One

Grab a blanket, lawn chair and the family for a movie under the stars! Friday Flicks is featuring Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on Friday, August 18 (Rated PG-13). The Rebel Alliance makes a risky move to steal the plans for the Death Star, setting up the epic saga to follow. Free Movie, 8:00pm. Concessions available for purchase. roseville.ca.us/events

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Free Local Events!

Movie In The Park

Join us Saturday, August 26th for our sixth 2017 Movie In The Park August 26th - Mel Hamel Park -- Beauty and the Beast   Enjoy an evening in the park with friends and neighbors. Movies begin at sundown on a 30 ft. screen (weather permitting – check rcona.org). Win the evening’s movie – Raffle tickets $1 or 6 for $5 (drawing just before the movie starts). …

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Monthly Westpark Public Board Meeting - September

2017 Board Meetings Westpark and Fiddyment Farms joint board meetings are open to the public and will be held at (see date for location):Chilton Middle School Library 4501 Bob Doyle Drive -- map Roseville, CA 95747Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month (unless a holiday interferes) from 7 to 9 PM.Remaining 2017 Westpark and Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting …

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Citizen Police Academy

Now accepting applications

Hosted by
City of Roseville Police Department

Sept. 18-28 • Mon, Tues., Wed., & Thurs.
Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm at the Roseville Police Department

The Citizen Police Awareness Academy provides community members with an inside look at local law enforcement. During the academy, students will be introduced to Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving, K-9 Unit, Investigation’s Unit, Records Division, Search/Seizure, Gangs, Narcotics and a tour of the Roseville Police Department.

This eight-day academy is designed to give citizens an overview of the Police Department’s policies and procedures as well as to get them involved in the community. Academy classes are taught by police personnel. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with the Chief of Police and staff members. The Roseville Police Department hopes to instill a greater awareness and understanding of law enforcement’s role in the community through the education provided by the Citizen Police Academy.

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/QvbreOkT4j0

Register here

Deadline to register: September 8, 2017


Park Development Updates

Few updates for August 2017 - here are the latest we have.

We have gotten some updates about park development here in Fiddyment Farm and Westpark. Both Fiddyment Farm and Westpark residents are part of the West Roseville Specific Plan (WRSP). We pay for our parks development through our home purchase and maintenance through Roseville CFD (Mello-Roos) for ALL parks in the WRSP.

For exact locations of the parks download the PDF Land Use plan for the WRSP. 
WRSP_LUM may 2017.pdf

F-50 Laurel Stizzo Park (next to Fiddyment Farm Elementary School): 
Park construction has begun.

W-50 A (park near the new elementary school west of the power plant): Public Workshop #1, Held August 30th.  Public Workshop #2 held October 4.  Targeted start of construction is Spring 2018.  Currently, Parks is accepting name suggestions for this park.

W-50 B (small park near Westbrook):  This will a developer built the project.  Pulte Homes would like to begin construction  Summer (2017).  We are currently negotiating terms of the construction agreement and hope to be completed this Fall.

W-50 C, and D (small parks at the north and south ends of Westpark phase IV): No current plans for these two parks, as yet.

W-51 (larger park near the open space at the south end of Westpark phase IV):  This park will be slated to begin design in Fall of 2017.

W-54 (park area near village center):  Parks Commission has approved this park as has the Planning Commission. The rezoning will go before the City Council for final approval soon.

F-51 (park to be built near the 4th elementary school in Fiddyment Farm):  No current plans for this park as yet.

F-52 (park near the open space west of Fiddyment and just north of the open space (creek): This park is slated to begin design in Fall 2017.


Public Safety News & Tips -- Back to School & Robocalls

Public Safety News & Tips -- Back to School & Robocalls It’s August and that means schools throughout Roseville have (or soon will) start the new school year. According to AAA every fall over 55 million children across the U.S. head back to school. It is especially important for drivers to be extra vigilant for pedestrians before and after school …

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300 Unit Apartment Project at Blue Oaks Blvd and Orchard View Road

Many have asked about this property previously - so here is an update... The property was previously known as the Avia Apartment project - 300 units. None of the specifications have changed - the new property owner will build what was previously approved by the city.

Construction permits were issued in late June so actual construction could begin any day now.


Fiddyment Plaza - Gas station / Mini Mart, and other commercial tenants

This was approved by the Planning Commission on August 10th. This will be Fiddyment Farm's first active commercial development.

The Neighborhood Associations requested and got a verbal agreement by the applicant (on the record) that the following business types will NOT be allowed on this property: smoke shops, hookah lounges/smoking lounges, cash advance, bail bonds, pawn shops, tattoo shops, and body piercing shops.


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;

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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.


WNA Monthly Meetings

are usually held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM. During the school year, we will meet at Chilton Middle School - Library. During the summer (July and August) we meet at St John's Episcopal Church. You can always find the latest information on our website: https://wna.rcona.com/

An assigned Roseville Police Officer tries to be present at the beginning of each meeting (subject to duty calls) to respond to any questions you might have.

If you have any comments or would like to have any matters placed on the agenda, please contact us here. This is your association, and we appreciate your input and participation


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.


Mark Your Calendars:

August 18 - Friday Flicks: Rogue One  - Vernon Street Town Square, 311 Vernon St, Roseville, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

August 26th - Movie in the Park - Beauty and the Beast - Mel Hamel Park (10080 Crocker Ranch Road), 7:30 pm

September 6th - 6th High School Steering Committee - RJUHSD Office, 1750 Cirby Way, Roseville, 6:00 pm

September 12th - WNA Public Board Meeting - Chilton Middle School - Library - 4501 Bob Doyle Drive, 7 pm



Planning Commission Meeting - 7 p.m., Thursday, August 24

Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting - 7 p.m., Monday, September 11

Transportation Commission Meeting - 7 p.m., Tuesday, September 19

Public Utilities Commission Meeting - 7 p.m., Tuesday, August 22

Community Priorities Advisory Committee - 6 p.m., Wednesday, August 23 at the Martha Riley Library

Unless otherwise noted, Council and Commission meetings are held in the Roseville City Council Chambers at 311 Vernon Street. 


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Please do not assume your neighbors are receiving these important neighborhood updates. Please tell your neighbors about our website and/or forward this newsletter via email to help assure all WNA neighbors are informed and alerted of these important neighborhood activities. Your support in the safety and quality of OUR neighborhood is greatly appreciated!