About Roseville, California | Roseville Personal Injury Lawyers
Located in Placer County, California, within the metropolitan area of Sacramento, the city of Roseville spans over 42.26 square miles and is home to 126,323 residents and is expected to eclipse 133,000 by 2015, making it the largest city in Placer County. Roseville began as a small stage coach station and rapidly expanded, due to its position as a crucial railroad center throughout the mid-20th century. The first mention of the city of “Roseville” came in a newspaper article during the presidential race of 1864 and was officially incorporated as a city in 1909.
The economy of Roseville has a variety of contributing factors including retail centers, medical services and active rail yards. Roseville is widely thought of as a regional retail destination, as the home of the second largest shopping mall in Northern California, the 487,806 square-foot Westfield Galleria. Not far from the Westfield Galleria shopping mall is the “Fountains at Roseville,” a 330,000 square-foot retail center that includes several recreation centers, over 40 national retailers, and 10 restaurants.
Kaiser Permanente also has a facility there and employs almost 4,500 people in their numerous hospitals and medical office buildings, making them the largest employer in the city of Roseville. There is also a large Sutter Medical Center in Roseville that provides emergency medical care and many other medical services to patients in Roseville. Prior to Kaiser Permanente opening its Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Hewlett Packard was the largest employer in Placer County. Union Pacific Railroad still maintains an active “hump yard” in Roseville where railroad cars are readied to be made into outbound trains. Actress Molly Ringwald, U.S. Senator John Ensign, and Tedy Bruschi the former linebacker of the new England Patriots, are among the many well-known natives of Roseville.
Roseville is the home of several distinguished education institutions including Sierra Community College, Heald College, The University of Pheonix and William Jessup University. There are also plans for a Sacramento State University satellite campus in Roseville, which could eventually become its own independent California State University campus.
The city of Roseville is currently in the process of redeveloping its downtown core and historic areas. Free tours of the historic parts of downtown Roseville are offered by the Carnegie Museum, which was established in 1912 and works diligently to preserve, protect and promote the history of Roseville.
Superior Court of California, County of Placer, The Santucci Justice Center Courthouse
The Placer County Superior Court recently opened in Roseville. The court is called the Santucci Justice Center Courthouse and is located on 10820 Justice Center Drive, Roseville, Ca 95678. The Santucci Justice Center houses department 30-44. The Clerk’s office is opened weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Both civil and criminal matters are heard in this court house.
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