Roseville is a town full of history and local flavor - something really fun to experience in suburban San Diego. Roseville's Historical Society makes sure to preserve the memory of Roseville's earlier settlers even in how they do things today - including an extensive detail of the town in the book "The Story of Roseville, California: Milestones and Memories 1850-2000".
Roseville also shows its love for the history of the San Diego County area in the Maidu Museum & Historic Site - a great visit to learn more about the first settlers of Roseville, the Nisenan Maidu. You can see demonstrations of traditional basket weaving and acorn processing, as well as art, plants, animals, and more. While Roseville has been named "one of the best places to retire in 2019", it is also a community filled with family values and recreation. Roseville hosts an impressive lineup of events from "Wine Down" nights for the adults, weekly "Friday Flicks" and other movie-centric activities, Summer Reading Meetings, and more to bring that sense of community and togetherness to the locals.
Visit one or two "pocket parks" in Roseville - a cute addition to any community. These "pocket parks" are just parks - but a little bit smaller. A perfect example of the incredible planning of Roseville. A variety of nature parks and sports complexes are scattered around town, in perfect proximity to great and safe neighborhoods where you can actually get to know your neighbors. The friendly air in Roseville carries throughout the area, always bringing in new prospects and people. Visit Roseville for a look at some impressive community pride, and soon you'll be cheering for Roseville along with the locals!