|City of Roseville
Roseville's Civic Center.
|• 市長||Carol Garcia|
|• 州參議員||Jim Nielsen (R)|
|• 州眾議員||Beth Gaines (R)|
|• 聯邦眾議員||Tom McClintock (R)|
|• 总计||36.223 平方英里（93.817 平方公里）|
|• 陸地||36.222 平方英里（93.814 平方公里）|
|• 水域||0.001 平方英里（0.003 平方公里） 0%|
|海拔||164 英尺（50 米）|
|人口（April 1, 2010）|
|• 估计 （2013）||127,035|
|• 排名||1st in Placer County
47th in California
|ZIP codes||95678, 95661, 95747|
|GNIS feature IDs||1659544, 2411000|
|USGS GNIS: 羅斯維爾 (加利福尼亞州)|
最初這個群居處為一名為Griders的驛馬車站。根據羅斯維爾歷史協會記載，中央太平洋鐵路於1864年由沙加緬度往東修築鐵路時途經加利福尼亞中央鐵路的一小段路段，於是將交匯處名為「Junction」，之後Junction成為羅斯維爾。1909年，在南太平洋鐵路把它的機廠從羅克林遷往羅斯維爾三年後，羅斯維爾建制成市。伴隨而來的是一段擴張期，超過100棟建築被建造，其中包括當時全世界最大的製冰廠 (Pacific Fruit Express的建物，1913年完工)。
During the 1950s the railroad continued to expand and upgrade, converting its steam engine fleet to all diesel engines by the end of the decade. However, the railroads began falling in the shadow of air travel and the development of the national Interstate Highway System. Thus, although the railroad remained (and still remains) a major employer, the expansion of the City began branching out into other employment sectors. Another important change during this period was the Washington Boulevard (then called Seawell) railroad underpass construction in 1950. While this improved the ability of people to travel from one side of the tracks to the other, it meant that people were no longer traveling through the Roseville business district north of the tracks. The completion of Interstate 80 in 1956 shifted the population from downtown to what would become known as East Roseville. The old downtown area slid into a gradual decline.
The City saw steady population growth throughout the ensuing decades, as shopping centers, major retailers, and homes were constructed throughout the City. The growth rate was modest until 1985. Between 1929 when the population was 6,425 people and 1985, the population grew by only 22,563 people. In 1985 the population stood at 28,988 people. Five years later it was 44,685 people, and by the year 2000 it was 74,234 people. Some of this growth was fueled by the location of major employers, such as Hewlett Packard (in 1979) and NEC (in 1983). The population as of 2014 is 126,956 people.
While the character of Roseville has changed over the years, as the City grew from its small-town beginnings to its status as a major urban city today, it has retained some of its historic beginnings. Roseville is no longer a railroad town, but the Union Pacific Railroad is still the 6th largest employer (see Major Employers section, below). Current visitors can now visit the revitalized historic Vernon Street and old Downtown areas which had been in decline for decades, but were recently rehabilitated (see Revitalization section, below).
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