Recent News

Article By Alyssa Mielke

Managed Grazing Reduces Fire Hazards, Benefits the Environment

Goats and sheep in a field conducting managed grazing

Rocklin residents with property near City-managed open spaces many have seen, or heard, approximately 1,000 four-legged visitors in the land just over their backyard fence. The goats and sheep are baaaack!

The City of Rocklin uses the animals as a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to reduce potential fire fuels in open space preserves and help keep adjacent property safe.


Additional Funding Approved for Quarry Park Adventures at Feb 11 City Council Meeting

On February 11, the Rocklin City Council adopted a Resolution approving a financial contribution to the operation of Quarry Park Adventures in the amount of $166,000. 

The City will make four equal installment payments to Adventure Operations in the amount of $31,500 in February, March, April, and May.  In addition, the City will contribute an additional $40,000 to the City’s Short Fall Account for the Park. 



Easter Egg Hunt


photo of Easter Egg Hunt


The Rocklin Firefighters host their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday each year.  The event will take place promptly at 1 p.m. at Johnson-Springview Park, 5480 5th St., Rocklin.  Please arrive early for parking.