A well-loved play structure in Twin Oaks Park that had provided thousands of hours of fun and active play to a generation of Rocklin kids has been removed to make way for a new play structure. The original structure, installed when the park opened in 1993, had reached the end of its useful life and replacement parts were no longer available.
The Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission consists of five commissioners and one Youth Commissioner. The Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission advises and makes recommendations to the City Council on matters regarding the long-term planning, acquisition and/or development of parks, open space and trail systems and on works of art considered for acquisition by the City.
The Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission holds its regular meetings on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.
Due to popular demand by our residents, we have added pickle ball lines to all three tennis courts at Johnson-Springview Park!
This special event kicks off the 2017 entertainment season giving you a sneak peek at events we have coming up, and includes a special City of Rocklin open house! Come join us for a behind the scenes look at what’s happening in Rocklin!
Time Your Race and The Folsom Lake Grom MTB Series have teamed up together to bring you a three-race Saturday morning series. This series provides a place where youth mountain bikers, ages 8 – 14 years old, can learn how to race in a safe, fun environment. Register today!
An epic 5k run full of energetic music and carnival activities, where runners are showered with over 10,000 pounds of color as they navigate the course. Offering a day and night run, proceeds benefit the Just Care More Foundation, providing foster kids and underprivileged youth with endurance and life-altering activities. Register today!