The Village of Roselle is the encompassing government body in Roselle, with some segments of Roselle remaining unincorporated yet still part of other taxing bodies like the Library and park districts. The Village is responsible for managing its Police, Fire, Public Works, and Community Development divisions, as well as overseeing numerous other functions like trash and recycling service and vehicle stickers.
Roselle is served by numerous public and parochial primary schools, with most feeding into Lake Park High School. Both Lake Park campuses are located within Roselle.
Within and near Roselle are numbers outdoor playgrounds, walking paths, ball fields, and green spaces. These are served by Roselle, Medinah, Bloomingdale, and Schaumburg Park Districts.
Most Roselle households reside in Bloomingdale Township, with some to the north residing in Schaumburg Township.
Within Roselle, residents enjoy a variety of restaurants, shops, banks, nonprofit organizations, and private corporations. Most businesses in Roselle are centered in a few areas: Main Street, Irving Park Road, Lake Street, Central Avenue, and Gary Avenue.
For residents and business owners seeking ways to volunteer and support the community, opportunities can be found through the following organizations, to name a few:
- Bloomingdale-Roselle Rotary Club
- Literacy DuPage
- Roselle History Museum
- RMC Food Pantry
- Roselle Chamber of Commerce
- Roselle Lions Club
- Stepping Stones
- Roselle Sister City Association