The City of Rocklin’s open space preserves are a valuable natural resource and amenity for all Rocklin residents.
The lands provide habitat for local plants and wildlife, help to maintain ecosystem benefits, and provide storm protection against flooding. Open space preserves near residences are also shown to increase property values and decrease urban sprawl by encouraging smart development.
For the past 29 years, former Chief Financial Officer Kim Sarkovich has managed the City of Rocklin’s finances with outstanding results. On Tuesday night, the City Council bid her farewell in her retirement, as she looks forward to more personal and family time.
Under Sarkovich’s guidance, Rocklin has prospered in good times and been a model of stability in times of economic upheaval, due to sound fiscal management and Council policies.