City Laws Regarding Temporary Noncommercial Signs to be Updated
The Rocklin City Council took the first step in updating the City’s ordinance that addresses rules for temporary noncommercial signs, including political signs, in all areas of Rocklin.
The changes to the standards for temporary noncommercial signs found in Table 1 of RMC Section 17.75.020 and RMC Section 17.75.070 (D) will include:
The City of Rocklin was recently named one of the top 50 best places to live in America by Money Magazine!
The magazine looked at cities that had a low crime risk, a diverse population between 25,000 and 500,000 people, and affordable cost of living. From there, each city was researched in greater depth, with economic, recreational, educational, and many other factors in consideration.
Sinkhole and Subsidence Repair on Midas Ave, Camelot Dr., and Sceptre Dr.
Major repairs to fix a sinkhole on Midas Ave. and sagging portions of Camelot Dr. and Sceptre Dr. are tentatively scheduled from September 14 through late October. Construction crews will be active from approximately 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the work will last two weeks or more in each project instance.
Complete closures of the affected sections of the roads will be required and detours will be in place. The damaged sections of the roads are not directly in front of homes, and access to properties will be preserved, but detours will still be required.
|Start Date||September 14|
|End Date||late October|
|Type of Alert||Lane Closures|
|Reason||Sinkhole and Subsidence Repair|
|Time of Day||Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Project Lead||City of Rocklin, (916) 625-5500|
The 18th annual Run Rocklin event will be hosting a 5k, 12k, and 1/2 marathon, plus a free kids dash and free kids 1 mile. This is a community event for health, wellness and fund raising. Benefiting the Matt Redding Foundation, local schools and other non-profit organizations.
WHEN: October, 17, 2021
WHERE: Johnson-Springview Park