City of Rocklin

City offices closed through Jan. 2

The City of Rocklin public offices will be closed through Jan. 2, 2011, as the City conducts its 14th annual holiday furlough. Emergency services will continue to be provided at fu ...

State tax grab puts city in tight spot

Rocklin’s financial outlook is grim. The Rocklin City Council took a break from regular city business to concentrate on the city’s embattled finances while at a retreat at Wi ...

FPPC forms to be posted on city Web site

Rocklin City Council member Kathy Lund recommended that the city post on its Web site the forms required from council members by the Fair Political Practices Committee. The FPPC r ...

Agreement reached to preserve Clover Valley

The city of Rocklin, the United Auburn Indian Community and Clover Valley Partners announced that the UAIC has contracted to purchase 154 lots of the valley floor area of Clover Va ...

Wherefor art thou theater goers?

The city of Rocklin, in partnership with the Rocklin Shakespeare Company, will present four live performances of William Shakes-peare’s Romeo and Juliet. All shows are free of c ...

Clover Valley project delayed by lawsuit

Despite losing by fewer than 500 votes in a referendum to keep developers out of Clover Valley, those fighting to preserve it have not given up. Although Rocklin voters approved M ...

Rocklin moves closer toward energy efficiency

The Rocklin City Council recently asked for an energy audit from the Motherlode Energy Watch to help identify places where the city can be more energy efficient. The Motherlode En ...

Aloha, Rocklin!

Aloha! The city of Rocklin is hosting a night of authentic Hawaiian cuisine and entertainment at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 19 at the Rocklin Sunset Center. All proceeds from this spe ...