Welcome to Roseville!
Roseville is a suburban community of 33,660, located in the northern Minneapolis / St. Paul metropolitan area. Located on 2 major highways (I-35W & State Highway 36), it borders both Minneapolis and St. Paul, and is a short commute to either downtown area. Roseville is considered the retail and commercial hub of the northeast suburban area.
Roseville was incorporated as a city in 1948 with a population of 4,589. The city experienced dramatic growth in both population and commercial development in the 1950s and 1960s. Since then, the city has shifted its focus from planning to redevelopment and preservation. Today Roseville is a mixed-land use community with established neighborhoods, ample open space, and vibrant retail and commercial development. For more information, visit the Roseville Historical Society’s website.
Roseville is served by Roseville Area Schools (ISD 623). Roseville is also home to two private schools (Concordia Academy & St. Rose of Lima), and three higher education schools (Minneapolis Business College, National American University, and University of Northwestern-St. Paul).
Below are a list of public schools in ISD 623:
- Brimhall Elementary
- Central Park Elementary
- Emmett D Williams Elementary
- Edgerton Elementary
- Falcon Heights Elementary
- Little Canada Elementary
- Parkview Center School
- Roseville Area Middle School
- Roseville Area High School
One popular attraction in Roseville is the Rosedale Center mall. The Rosedale Center mall is positioned perfectly between the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Rosedale Center has everything you need for shopping, dining and entertainment! With 5 full service restaurants, 3 fast casual and a food court that seats 150 you are sure to find something to please your appetite!
Another great place to visit in the summer months is the Muriel Sahlin Arboretum. The Central Park Muriel Sahlin Arboretum offers a relaxed and serene setting to enjoy 8 acres of beautiful theme gardens, manicured grounds, walkways, water fountain, and wonderful architectural features. The Arboretum also provides visitors a chance to explore ideas for their own landscapes. Many of the trees and shrubs are native Minnesota species.
Parks & Recreation
Roseville Parks and Recreation maintains
- 30 parks
- 679 acres of parkland and open space
- 67 miles of trails and walkways
- a variety of recreation, leisure, and sport facilities
Real Estate Available in the Community
More than 56 percent of the housing units in Roseville are single-family detached dwellings, ranging from starter to upscale homes. The city also offers affordable multiple-family dwellings, apartments, and nearly 1,700 senior and nursing home units.
Total number of Housing Units:
- Single Family 8,405
- Apartments (includes seniors and cooperatives) 4,396
- Condominiums 1,413
- Townhomes 950
- Duplex/Triplex 181
Real Estate Market Data & Update
Most recent market data from Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors shows the following key indicators for the Roseville real estate market:
- -2.4% change in new listings year-over-year
- -3.6% change in closed sales year-over-year
- +1.8% change in median sales price year-over-year
- $261,000 median sales prices
In summary, like the overall real estate market — sellers are favored with increasing median sale prices, low inventory, and increased closed sales.