About @the Grounds
@the Grounds was created to support our community.
Renovated, flexible venues for unique events.
An Exciting Event Destination At The Heart Of The Placer Valley
Mission Statement: @the Grounds provides Placer County and the Sacramento region a premier venue to gather, celebrate and compete while fostering economic and community growth.
@the Grounds exists because we believe Roseville, and the entire Placer Valley, is truly a destination. The Roebbelen Center and the entire 55 acre campus exist to make possible the events that help make this area so unique and exciting. @the Grounds has been the home of the Placer County Fair for more than 80 years, as well as the home of events ranging from trade shows to weddings and birthdays. This community favorite has undergone extensive renovations to Jones Hall, Johnson Hall, and the rest of the campus. This includes the 160,000 square foot, $34 million dollar Roebbelen Center.
Director of Sales
Business Office Manager
Event Services Coordinator
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Lauryl Hernandez, Chair
General Manager, Hyatt Place
Steve Makis, Secretary
Account Executive, Bender Insurance Solutions (Rocklin Chamber Seat)
Wendy Gerig, Treasurer
CEO, Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce
Heather Hilton, Past Chair
Area Director of Sales, Tharaldson Hospitality Management
Regional Director of Operations, Aimbridge Hospitality
Volunteer, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce
General Manager, Hampton Inn & Suites
General Manager, Staybridge Suites
Commissioner, USA Softball of Sacramento
General Manager, Holiday Inn Express Lincoln
General Manager, Holiday Inn Express Rocklin
Assistant City Manager, City of Rocklin
Assistant City Manager, City of Roseville
Heritage Hotel Group
Area General Manager, Aimbridge Hospitality
In Collaboration With
Placer Valley Tourism
@the Grounds is a project done in collaboration with Placer County and Placer Valley Tourism. Placer Valley Tourism assumed management of @the Grounds in July of 2017, and since then has guided the campus through massive renovations, turning the campus into a destination for travelers and local Placer Valley residents alike. Visit the Placer Valley Tourism website to learn more.