ROSEVILLE - MARIJUANA IN THE CITY
In this article we talk about some interesting facts about the city with a focus on the main issue, Marijuana.
We address the important and frequently asked questions about MMJ:
- Where can I buy good legal weed in town?
- How can I become a legal Medical Marijuana patient?
- Where can I find a Cannabis collective in town?
- How can I get a 420 Medical Marijuana Doctor evaluation?
- Is there a nearby place I can get a Cannabis ID card?
- Can I get Marijuana delivered to my home?
- Where is a nearby dispensary with lab tested Marijuana?
- Can I grow weed at home?
- What are the latest laws concerning permits and ordinances?
- How can I get a Doctor's recommendation and growers permit?
- Where can I find a good Medical Marijuana lawyer in the city?
With a population of about 130,000, Roseville ranks as the 47th largest city in California.
The city of Roseville began as a stagecoach stop that morphed into a railroad station. In 1864, the Central Pacific Railroad's little junction
How did Roseville get its name? No one knows, or at least there is no consensus pick.
Some think that the town was named after Rose Springs or maybe after a nearby ranch bearing the same name. Others think the moniker came from a tribute to Rose Mayberry. Another myth is that the Railway men could not stop talking about a pretty waitress that worked at the station and jokingly referred the no-name settlement Roseville. Irregardless, when people got together to name the town, the pretty woman's name won the day. And why not? It's a beautiful flower and sounds like a great pace. Dudley’s Ranch was a going concern in the area and the horrible name Dudleyville could have won the day, if not for the people's "literary" taste.
Roseville was incorporated in 1909, shortly after the railroad came to town. From 1907 to 1930 the area experienced great expansions in agriculture, food processing and industry. In this period, more than one hundred industrial buildings, offices and factories were built, including the largest ice manufacturing plant on the planet. With that said, 25% of the town's population were continually employed by the railway, it was above all else a railway town.
With the onset of World War II, the railyards became busier than ever. With the postwar expansion, the town continued to well. During the 1950's the railway continued to expand as its nemesis, the interstate highway system was just getting rolling and would eventually supplant the fantastically efficient railway system. This is one of the key events in the eventual deindustrialization and devolution of American business. With the arrival of the interstate, the population of the town shifted east and old Roseville declined.
Like most North American cities, in the 1960's and 1970's, residential projects, retail chains and shopping malls rearranged the basic fundamentals of business and life. As the information age set in, Roseville participated well, attracting world class IT acts such as Hewlett Packard and NEC. Amazingly, the 1985 population of Roseville stood at only 30,000 people as compared to the 130,000 of today.
Major Employers Today in Roseville
- Kaiser Permanente
- Sutter Roseville Medical Center
- Roseville Joint Union High School District
- Union Pacific Railroad
- Roseville City School District
- City of Roseville
- LB Construction
The latest Marijuana Ordinances - Permits - Meetings - News
ORDINANCE - City makes minor modifications to medical marijuana ordinance - 2016
Roseville City Council voted to enact some minor changes in medical marijuana regulation policy. Recent changes in state law require that the city make clear, consistent and non contradicting changes in Ordinances.
Roseville City Council members recently heard the first reading of an ordinance that would modify the city’s official medical marijuana regulations to “ensure consistency and compliance with the State of California's Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act of 2015.”
However, Roseville’s leadership still plans to dis-allow pot dispensaries in the city, despite the ideas to the contrary of Placer County officials.
ORDINANCE Proposed MMJ Ordinance Updates - 2016
REGULATIONS PL16-0029 Medical Marijuana Regulations complete report.pdf - 2016
Marijuana Legal Issues
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Police - Cannabis Files
The Roseville Police Department has been vocally opposed to marijuana dispensaries and sanctioned outdoor grows in or near the city, and thus the conversation between county and city officials went on for well over an hour.
As the possibility of marijuana dispensaries in Placer County continues to be a controversial topic, county representatives finally presented a proposal.
Marijuana Products And Services
Dispensaries, Delivery Services, Cannabis Clubs,Clinics, Doctors, 420 Evaluations in the city.
- 12 month Letter of Grower`s Recommendation from a licensed physician.
- 24/7 Online verification of your legal status.
- Medical Marijuana ID CARD.
- Grower's Authorization to cultivate up to 99 plants / possess 8 oz. or more of MMJ.
City Cannabis News
Roseville City Council Meeting, representatives from Placer County will provide an opportunity for the public to provide input on Placer County's current efforts to regulate medical marijuana cultivation, processing, and distribution in unincorporated Placer County including possible outdoor commercial cultivation. The county has more information about the issues, see the Placer City Website.
The Roseville City Council, like many cities throughout California have done in recent months, voted to enact some minor changes in the way the city regulates medical marijuana.
The regulations do not significantly change the existing structure and enforcement of the City's medical marijuana and marijuana-cultivation regulations. The City continues to ban commercial aspects of medical marijuana use such as dispensaries, processing facilities, testing laboratories, and delivery in the City of Roseville.
At the Roseville City Council Meeting, representatives from Placer County will provide an opportunity for the public to provide input on Placer County's current efforts to regulate medical marijuana cultivation, processing, and distribution in unincorporated Placer County including possible outdoor commercial cultivation.
The Roseville City Council has formally expressed its concern about possible outdoor commercial cultivation to the Placer County Board of Supervisors.