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Roseville, Minnesota

We are proud to call Roseville, Mn our home town!

Roseville’s property taxes are some of the lowest in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, owing in part to the extensive commercially zoned land.Several major shopping centers are in Roseville, including Rosedale Center and the Har Mar Mall. The city’s per-capita retail spending is slightly higher than that of Bloomington (home of the Mall of America), and it has the greatest number of restaurants per capita in the area.

The first Target store was built in 1962 in Roseville and replaced in 2005 with a SuperTarget. Roseville is home to the first Barnes & Noble book store in Minnesota The first McDonald’s in the state of Minnesota was built in Roseville in 1957. The Roseville Dairy Queen, also first in the state, is currently on the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota’s list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places.

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Staying Safe – Roseville, Mn 55113

The beautiful autumn weather often means a backyard fire. Roseville allows backyard fires for recreation purposes – cooking or family/friend gathering – but reminds residents to keep it safe.

Some people try to burn leaves, twigs or small branches in the backyard fire pit. In Roseville, open burning is prohibited, and state statute prohibits burning yard waste or trash in your fire pit or barbecue. Leaves, twigs and paper can become airborne and spread a fire. Treated or sewer backup painted wood, wood products and building waste cannot be burned in a recreational fire. These can add pollutants to the air.

If you are planning a cookout or campfire in your backyard, please follow the recreational fire rules:

Have a responsible adult attend to the fire.
Keep a minimum distance of 25 feet from the fire to a structure or property line.
Anything combustible must be three or more feet away from the fire.
Fires may be used for cooking, social or recreational purposes only.
Fires may not be larger than three feet in diameter.
Fires may not last for more than four hours.
The only permitted fuels are charcoal and logs.
Trash, debris, grass, tree trimmings or similar materials may not be burned in the fire

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