Rocklin residents with property near City-managed open spaces many have seen, or heard, approximately 1,000 four-legged visitors in the land just over their backyard fence. The goats and sheep are baaaack!
The City of Rocklin uses the animals as a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to reduce potential fire fuels in open space preserves and help keep adjacent property safe.
On February 11, the Rocklin City Council adopted a Resolution approving a financial contribution to the operation of Quarry Park Adventures in the amount of $166,000.
The City will make four equal installment payments to Adventure Operations in the amount of $31,500 in February, March, April, and May. In addition, the City will contribute an additional $40,000 to the City’s Short Fall Account for the Park.