city of Rocklin

City unveils Quarry Village

Even as the fate of the Big Gun Quarry property remains unresolved, the city is moving forward on a development plan for the adjacent Quinn Quarry. The city’s concept, which is ...

Community Service Day spruces up Rocklin

The city of Rocklin got a bit more beautiful over the weekend with the help of volunteers taking part in the fourth annual Rocklin Community Service Day. Paths were built. Trees ...

Lawsuit threat halts demo of Big Gun Quarry

Nearly a month after the demolition of the Big Gun Quarry sheds was ordered, the city of Rocklin has agreed to wait. The decision came after City Attorney Russell Hildebrand receiv ...

City to default on housing project debt?

A scrapped debt deal that paid for affordable housing upgrades may force the city of Rocklin into default with one of its creditors, according the city. The possible default is uns ...

Letter to Editor: Why streamline permit process?

Streamlining the permit process (Herald, Sept. 15) sounds like a euphemism for keeping the public out of the participation process of change in our community. In the extreme, it a ...

Interchange project in the fast lane

The city of Rocklin is hoping Caltrans will show them the green light to connect Whitney Ranch Parkway to Highway 65. City officials met with Caltrans on Sept 26 to hammer out a de ...

Rocklin leaders to Walk & Talk with local residents

Community leaders in business and education as well as elected officials will join Rocklin’s inaugural Walk & Talk through nine residential neighborhoods on Friday morning. The ...

City to demolish Big Gun Quarry shed?

It has stood the test of time. And yet, if the Rocklin City Council does not save it from demolition next week, the iconic Big Gun Monument shed will be history.The Rocklin Histori ...

Another View: Big Gun Quarry sheds represent history

This year a number of considerations have come to light suggesting that we reconsider the plan that would result in removal of the Big Gun buildings (on Pacific Street at Rocklin R ...

Rocklin light poles become target for thieves

Rocklin City officials and police are teaming up to stop a series of copper wiring thefts plaguing the city since Sept 1. "Copper wire theft is an increasing crime trend in our r ...

Signs point to new revenue?

The city of Rocklin is considering an ordinance to allow large LED billboards along Interstate 80 and Highway 65. A new agreement being worked out with Clear Channel and Mercedes ...

City proposes two-tier pension system

The city of Rocklin is moving forward with pension reform despite some big hurdles ahead that would require state legislative action. Rocklin City Manager Rick Horst released resu ...

Letter to Editor: Bring swim lessons back

I am deeply disappointed about the decision to discontinue swim lessons for the following year. I think this is truly myopic and will be an ineffective decision in providing any fi ...

Rocklin's competitive bid process draws critics

After a two week investigation by Rocklin City Manager Rick Horst, what he described as an “irregularity” was identified in the competitive bidding process for one of the city ...

Eaton case set for trial

After more than half a decade, the Rick Eaton lawsuit against the city of Rocklin and the Rocklin Police department maybe heading into a courtroom later this year. On July 12, a U ...