Signal Work at Major Rocklin Intersections Beginning March 3
Equipment Upgrades To Increase Traffic Management Capabilities
The City of Rocklin will begin installation of traffic signal controller equipment at 28 intersections on main thoroughfares in the City beginning Wednesday, March 3, a major step toward ensuring traffic flows safely and smoothly into the future.
The work will begin at the Sierra College Blvd. and Granite Drive intersection at approximately 8 a.m. and then move south to each intersection along Sierra College Blvd. The signaled intersections along the following roads will have the new equipment installed:
- Sierra College Blvd. from Granite Drive to Rocklin Rd.
- Rocklin Rd from Sierra College Blvd. to Pacific St.
- Pacific St. from Delmar Ave. to Sunset Blvd.
- Sunset Blvd. from Pacific St. to University Ave.
A proposed outdoor community tap house and public market on City land near Quarry Park Adventures took its first official step forward when the Rocklin City Council approved the project term sheet Tuesday night.
City staff and Beer 40, LLC, negotiated the initial agreement for the development of a concept modeled after the popular SACYARD Community Tap House and Beer 40 projects in Sacramento and Vacaville, respectively.