TO VIEW ROSEVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
1. LIVE IN PERSON:
The Roseville city Council meetings are normally held on Monday evenings starting at 6:00 PM and generally run until 9:00 or 10:00 PM. The meeting schedule is listed on the city website at City Council Agendas (use your browser's "Back" button to return to this page).
2. LIVE ON CABLE TV:
The meetings are also televised live on Roseville government Cable channel 16.
NOTE: Cable channel 16 is among the seven community television channels that are free for North Suburban residents. You do not have to subscribe to any other cable package. There is no installation charge and no monthly fee for these channels unless you have an old TV set which is not cable ready in which case a cable converter is required at $2.06 per month (includes all fees and taxes). Your TV should be cable ready if it has the capability of directly selecting channels numbers through 20 without using two dials, however, you may need to alternate between cable and TV mode with a switch at the back of the set or an on-screen menu. Call Comcast at 651-222-3333 (options 3, 1) and ask for free Universal Access Service. If you have any difficulty getting this free service you can call Cor Wilson (651-792-7512), executive director or Pat Doocy (651-792-7514), Administration Manager, at the North Suburban Cable Commission.
3. ON THE INTERNET:
You can also watch council meetings via the internet either live or an archived version that allows viewing the meeting at your leisure without leaving home and also allows advancing to the agenda item of interest without having to watch an entire 4 hour meeting. Go to the city website and click on the meeting of interest. Note: you must use QuickTime which is available for free. You may experience difficulties if you are not using the newest version of QuickTime and the newest version of your web browser.