Abandoned shopping carts become a public nuisance when they are left in the public right-of-way, posing safety threats to motorists and pedestrians. They are also a visually blighting influence on the community when left at bus stops and in parkways, landscaped medians and storm water retention basins.
The City of Rocklin honored the Ruhkala Granite and Marble Company, Inc. and Sierra College with 125th Anniversary Business Legacy Awards on January 18.
The Business Legacy Awards were created as part of Rocklin’s year-long 125th anniversary celebration and honor local organizations that have made significant contributions to the success of the City’s economy in the past and present, as well as affecting the future.
Run Rocklin is a proud sponsor of Rocklin’s 125th Anniversary and will hold its 15th annual race on Sunday, April 8, promoting health and wellness in our community while generating economic activity for local businesses. Register for a 5k, 12k, or half marathon today at www.runrocklin.com.
On Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Rocklin Police Department and multiple agencies across western Placer County will help the public prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. The public is encouraged to bring pills for disposal to the sites listed below, including the Rocklin Police Department at 4080 Rocklin Road. (Liquids, needles, sharps or illegal drugs will not be accepted) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.