Rocklin not distributing N95 Masks
City Encourages Residents to Follow Placer County Health Advisories
The City of Rocklin has had multiple inquiries from the public interested in acquiring N95 masks due to the poor air quality caused by the smoke from the Camp Fire burning in Butte County. The Rocklin Fire Department did distribute a very limited supply of masks they had on hand but the City is not distributing N95 masks en masse.
Rocklin encourages the public to follow recommendations from Placer County Public Health and the Placer County Air Pollution Control District, which are listed below.
Here are recommended ways to reduce your smoke exposure:
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Celebrate the holiday season with your family and friends at Quarry Park in Rocklin’s Quarry District. Bring the kids for a fun-filled evening with Santa, face painting, cookies, hot chocolate, cider, performances by local musical groups, and the tree lighting. Click here for more information!