Roseville Trailblazers seek volunteers for trails cleanup


Quality of life: Walkways and open spaces are a gem

Roseville, CA – The Roseville trail system is a prized gem of the community and is one of the best in California. For many residents, it remains one of the biggest contributors to the quality of life in our city.

Connecting neighborhoods and parks through a series of interlocking pathways, paved and dirt paths through a patchwork of designated open spaces. Providing opportunities for recreation and comfort shared by humans and a variety of creatures, it is a rustic retreat appropriately attuned to modern suburban life.

A suburban haven

In addition to cyclists, joggers, and casual walkers enjoying the paved trails, towering oak trees, streams, spring ponds, and grassy lawns are commonly used as props for photo opportunities for family and friends. The graceful and shy egrets land here regularly, often not too far from the nearby tributary turkeys that call this place home. High-flying falcons help manage rodent and snake populations. As the warm summer sun sets in and the grasses begin to rise to waist level, A.J Goat flight Arrive for dinner and reduce the risk of fire to the community. Such a symbiotic relationship that also provides entertainment for the young and young at heart.

Wildflowers come alive in late spring.

Dry Creek Challenge

For the most part, the walkways and open spaces are clean. However, some areas require more maintenance than others either because of heavy use or simply because of their location in relation to the waterways.

West of the Dry Creek Park is one such regularly affected area. This area runs on trails paralleling the dry creek from Walerga Road to Watt Ave.

In times of rain, the water rises above its low banks, where it recedes, leaving behind the remnants of the accumulated suburban debris that it carried along its journey. Regular cleaning becomes a necessity.

Be a Roseville Trailblazer

Roseville Today is joining the effort and has called on Placer County to help residents help mince this popular section of unincorporated Roseville.

Volunteers are needed for in-kind clean-up, and the county will provide trash bags and handle full trash bags and large debris piles. Placer County requires full liability forms prior to cleaning.

Help improve and keep one of the Roseville community’s treasures clean to help maintain quality of life for all.


Step 1: Download and complete the volunteer below
Step 2: Submit the form to Placer County at [email protected]
Step 3: Cleaning days and time slots will be posted in advance to Roseville Today

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