Local Government Meetings Scheduled

Local Government Meetings: December 5 to December 8, 2022

December 5, 2022


December 6, 2022


December 7, 2022


December 8, 2022


Roseville City Council Meeting @ 6:00 P.M.

Roseville Parks & Recreation Commission Meeting @ 6:30 P.M.

Roseville Planning Commission Meeting @   

6:30 P.M.

Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commission Meeting @ 7:00 P.M.

Falcon Heights Parks Commission Meeting @ 6:30 P.M.



Falcon Heights Human Rights Day @ 6:00 P.M.

Notes and highlights:


  • Roseville City Council: Consider adoption of Roseville 2023 Legislative priorities - e.g. Increased state funding to local  governments to address emerald ash borer disease; consider approval of newly created positions in Roseville’s 2023 city budget - e.g. Sustainability Specialist; Declare Human Trafficking  Awareness and Prevention Month.


  • Roseville Parks and Recreation Commission: Determine recommendation for Pocahontas Park name change.


  • Roseville Planning Commission: Observe a public hearing and make a recommendation regarding Phase 2 zoning code amendments.

City meetings are now being held openly or a hybrid of Zoom and personal attendance. To watch, attend, or provide comments, please see the city’s website for details. Public comment can also be made via email to the respective council, commission, or Board member.

Links to Local Government Meeting Agendas:

Falcon Heights City Council

Little Canada City Council

ISD 623 Roseville Area Schools

Falcon Heights Community Engagement

Maplewood City Council 

ISD 622 North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale Schools

Falcon Heights Planning Commission

Maplewood Commissions

Ramsey County Board of Commissioners

Lauderdale City Council

Roseville City Council



Roseville Boards and Commissions



League members are encouraged to attend any and all meetings of interest to them, and especially those meetings in which the League holds a public policy position. We are monitoring this year voting rights and redistricting, affordable housing, environmental sustainability including CO2 emission reductions, mental health services, policing, and human rights and inclusion. We encourage wearing the LWV button to identify yourself and reporting back to action/advocacy team (sherrychood@icloud.com) a short summary of points of interest you observed. If you choose to speak on behalf of yourself, please remove your League button, and indicate that it is your own opinion being expressed. Since only the president may speak for League, you may not speak on behalf of the League, but you may state the official League position on topics that are applicable. Written positions of the local, state, and national league are available on the respective websites

Please note that this page is typically updated on Sunday of the week of the meetings. Agendas are usually available by the previous Friday evening and the links to the agendas will go to the updated pages as soon as new agendas are available. Maplewood may be available by Wednesday evening and Roseville by Thursday evening.