Measure A

Take a look back at Rocklin 2009

As 2009 comes to a close, The Placer Herald looks back at the good and the bad that made headlines in 2009. Rocklin Jubilee suspendedShortly after the year began, a Rocklin traditi ...

Good governance is good politics

This summer, something very significant took place in Rocklin. During the dog days of summer, when many residents were on vacation and engaged in other activities, 45 percent of t ...

Thank you for commitment to parks

On behalf of the Rocklin Citizens for Quality Parks, we would like to extend our thanks to the community for their overwhelming support of our community’s parks as demonstrated i ...

Final election results in for Measure A park fee

It’s official — Rocklin residents will continue to pay the $30 annual park-maintenance fee. A total of 11,064 votes were marked yes for Measure A, which added up to a landsli ...

Measure A passes

Celebration was in the air last night as Measure A supporters let out a sigh of relief in what seems to be a strong favoring of reinstating the park-maintenance tax. According to ...

Residents vote yes on Measure A, semi-official results show

Rocklin voters have made their support of Measure A known. According to semi-official results of Rocklin’s all-mail ballot on Measure A, votes overwhelmingly favor reinstating ...

City OKs $457,000 for parks

Despite citywide cutbacks, employee furloughs and layoffs, the city of Rocklin is going ahead with its policy to replace old playground equipment in the new budget. A total of $3 ...

Stay tuned for Measure A results

See how Rocklin votes on Measure A Measure A, an all-mail ballot, will either continue or discontinue a park maintenance annual fee of $30 that Rocklin residents pay. Marked bal ...

Don’t forget to mail Measure A ballots

I am writing to remind all Rocklin voters to mail their YES votes for Measure A. Measure A continues the vital funding for Rocklin park maintenance that we’ve been paying for t ...

First time voter supports parks

As an 18-year-old resident, this is the first year I’ve had the privilege of voting. As a toddler, I played on the playgrounds in our Rocklin parks. As a youth, I played Tri-C ...