The Rocklin Police Department’s is celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the City of Rocklin with a commemorative badge that represents a melding of new and old.
The outer portion of the badge is a gold colored seven point star, with a silver colored circle and five point star in the middle. The five point star is reminiscent of the Sam Renaldi commemorative badge of 2014 and symbolizes the first Marshal of Rocklin.
A parade celebrating what has made the City of Rocklin a great place to live, work and play through the last 125 years will be held on Saturday, May 12, in the Historic Front Street area. The City of Rocklin and the Kiwanis Club of Rocklin have partnered to bring this march through the streets to life. Join the festivities by entering your community group, your work group, or your fun group in the parade. Share what it is that makes Rocklin great for you.
The Platinum Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park has excited crowds since its opening in 2016 by hosting star-powered national acts in addition to up-and-coming local bands. Now entering its third season, the summer concert series continues to evolve, bringing a variety of talent and sounds to Rocklin.
“We wanted to have a well-rounded season that touches on different musical styles,” says Dana Moret, Production Coordinator for the City of Rocklin. “It’s something the community has been asking for so you’ll see a little bit of everything at Quarry Park this year.”