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Roseville City Council Meeting

November 15, 2023 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Topic: Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Roseville City Council is scheduled to consider the adoption of the Hazard Mitigation Plan at the November 15, 2023 meeting, 6 p.m. at 311 Vernon St.

This plan details the risks of both natural and manmade hazards in Roseville and includes programs and projects to help reduce the exposure of city residents.

An example of a potential manmade hazard might be an industrial park if constructed on the Phillip Road Site. Industrial development could alter the porosity of that farmland and adversely affect the floodplain in the Pleasant Grove Creek Watershed. Such alteration of the floodplain could increase flooding damage sustained during a future storm event.

The City of Roseville, local leaders and the community are currently working together to identify risks and update our Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan to reduce vulnerability to potential hazards.

By having a plan in place, Roseville is eligible for federal pre-disaster and post-disaster assistance. It is also a requirement of the federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. Roseville’s original plan was adopted by the City Council in July 2005. The city has been very successful to date in securing funds for projects in Roseville to reduce hazard risks.

Questions include:

  • What are the coordinates (longitude and latitude) for the stormwater retention basin planned for the Reason Farms area? 
  • On what parcel/parcels will the stormwater retention basin be constructed?
  • What is the City’s budget for constructing the stormwater retention basin on Reason Farms?
  • Has a contract to construct the stormwater retention basin been entered between the City of Roseville and contractor(s)?
  • On what date will City of Roseville complete construction of the stormwater retention basin on Reason Farms? 

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Government Entities

The following entities were invited to participate in the planning process, kept apprised of the plan development milestones, and invited to review the draft plan.

  • FEMA Region 9
  • Cal OES
  • California Department of Water Resources
  • Placer County Flood Control District
  • Sacramento County Department of Water
  • Placer Mosquito & Vector Control District
  • City of Rocklin
  • City of Citrus Heights
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamations
  • Placer County Air Pollution Control


Hazard mitigation planning must include review and incorporation of existing plans, studies, reports and technical information (44 CFR Section 201.6.b(3))

  • State Hazard Mitigation Plan—The State Hazard Mitigation Plan was reviewed for recent updates on state-wide hazard events and hazard information.
  • Placer County Hazard Mitigation Plan—The Placer County Hazard Mitigation Plan was reviewed for planning consistency and augmented event history for hazards that extend beyond Roseville city limits, such as drought and severe weather.
  • General Plan and Specific Plans—General Plan demographics and land use were cross-referenced for inclusion into this Plan as part of the overall community profile. Vulnerabilities identified in Specific Plan Areas were included as part of the vulnerability and risk assessment for wildfire, landslide, and flood. The General Plan and Specific Plans were included as part of the capability inventory for the City’s capability assessment.
  • Urban Water Management Plan—Information in the City’s Urban Water Management Plan provided the main resource on historical and current conditions for the drought assessment. That plan was also included as part of the capability inventory for the City’s capability assessment.
  • Open Space Preserve Overarching Management Plan—This document was reviewed for open space policies related to the City’s floodplain management program and the flood chapter of this Plan.
  • Emergency Operations Plan—The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) was reviewed for information related to response to the assessed natural hazards. A gap analysis review of the EOP identified further consistency opportunities among documents. The EOP was included as part of the capability inventory for the City’s capability assessment.

City of Roseville

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Roseville, CA 95678 United States
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