Is Your Business Fire Inspection Ready?
Rocklin Fire Department looks to educate business owners and increase fire code compliance
The Rocklin Fire Department is improving public health and safety through fire prevention, and will be conducting fire inspections at all businesses in the city. These inspections will provide education and information to owners and employees about fire safety with the goals of both reducing the overall fire risk faced by businesses, and protecting the vital economic assets of our community. Businesses will be notified by letter 30 days in advance of an upcoming inspection.
Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about the inspections:
Rocklin City Council, residents, and members of the Rocklin Historical Society gathered on November 7 to celebrate the organization’s accomplishments and unveil the etching of their name in granite on the Wall of Recognition.
“Rocklin Historical Society has done an excellent job at helping us preserve the collective memory of the City,” said Rocklin Mayor Joe Patterson. “I don’t think there is anything remotely like it in the area, with all their tremendous accomplishments.”
Phillip Lewis has been hired as the Director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Rocklin and will take up his post at the Johnson Springview Park offices on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Lewis most recently served as the Community Services Director for the City of Oregon City, where he was responsible for park operations, recreation, events, open space, cemetery services, facility maintenance and more for the city of 36,000 residents.
Every December the Rocklin Firefighters are called upon to assist Santa Claus in visiting the neighborhoods of Rocklin. This tradition has been occurring in Rocklin since the 1970’s and has continued to be a favorite event of families in the community. You can follow Santa each night from the the Rocklin Firefighters Local 3847’s Facebook page.