Rocklin City Council

City supports Rocklin Reunion one last time

After a short debate at the April 12 Rocklin City Council meeting, members voted 4-1 in favor of putting up cash for the Rocklin Reunion held on Memorial Day weekend. The event o ...

Mayor wants city to sue CalPERS

In a surprise move last week, Mayor George Magnuson called for a lawsuit against the California Public Employees’ Retirement System.  “I would like to have a closed session ...

City puts stop to red-light cameras

There will be no more red-light cameras in Rocklin. The city and police department have decided to end their five-year contract with Phoenix-based Redflex Traffic Systems, which ma ...

Horst settles in to Rocklin

Rick Horst started his new gig as Rocklin’s City Manager on Valentine’s Day, leaving his wife in Florida to help his youngest son finish his senior year of high school. In th ...

City put development before history

I wonder if our city council has ever put the protection of history before development. The current issue with the Big Gun Quarry is just another example of that question. It seems ...

History group wants tools saved

Members of the Rocklin Historical Society are reeling after details of the city’s purchase of the Big Gun Quarry off Pacific Street were released. Prominent society member Gene ...

Business owners angry over increases

Two Rocklin business owners looking to the city for relief from a revamped sign ordinance said they’ve been hit instead with another blow by the city as fees for services are goi ...

City readies for fight over tax money

City leaders are stepping up efforts to protect tax money used by the Rocklin Redevelopment Agency, which the state now wants to balance the budget. “People understand we’re ...

Lone complaint changes RV parking

Two weeks after Rocklin City Council approved a new stricter RV and accessory vehicle parking ordinance, a concerned citizen confronted the council, and the ordinance was changed o ...

Rocklin looks to avoid tax grab

Rocklin city officials, blindsided by Gov. Jerry Brown’s new state budget proposal to scrap redevelopment agencies statewide, are now trying to figure out what to do. “He sai ...