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2024 Wall of Recognition Nominations Now Open

The nomination period for this year’s Wall of Recognition honorees is open now through August 2, 2024. Each year, the City opens the nomination period for new honorees to be added to the Wall of Recognition, originally dedicated in 2018 for the City’s 125th anniversary of incorporation. Nominations for the wall can include persons, families, business entities, and community groups who have made significant contributions to the betterment of our community.

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2024 July Extreme Heat Event

We are seeing record-high temperatures for the year this week in Rocklin this week.

Protect yourself and those you love by preparing for extended days of excessive heat. Heat-related deaths rank among the highest of all weather-related hazards. Sensitive groups are especially vulnerable: elderly, children, sick people, and animals.

Plan your outdoor activities accordingly. Try to schedule activities in the morning or evening when temperatures will be cooler, and with less exposure to direct sunlight.

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June 25 Rocklin City Council Recap

Swearing In of Newly Appointed Rocklin Boards, Commissions, and Committee Members

On May 29, 2024, the City Council conducted interviews with qualified applicants to fill vacancies on the City’s Board of Appeals, Community Recognition Commission, and Parks & Recreation Commission. The City Council also reviewed requests for reappointment of scheduled vacancies on the Board of Appeals, Community Recognition Commission, Investment Advisory Committee, Parks & Recreation Commission, and the Planning Commission. 

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Free Farmers Markets
Sponsored by The Placer Food Bank Feed Our Future Program

The Free Farmers Market in Rocklin offers free fresh produce and pastry samples, along with household items when available, to families in need. No registration is required. Find more information on food distributions in Placer County at placerfoodbank.org/pantrytogo.

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Allen Stone
Quarry Park

Allen Stone, a talented soul and R&B artist hailing from Washington, has made a name for himself with his remarkable voice that draws comparisons to legends like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye. Stone’s vocal prowess, characterized by its rich, emotive quality, captures the essence of classic soul while infusing it with a contemporary twist.