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Rocklin Appoints 2019 Mayor and Vice-Mayor

The Rocklin City Council on Dec. 11 unanimously appointed Councilmember Joe Patterson as Mayor and Councilmember Greg Janda as Vice-Mayor for 2019.

Councilmembers Jill Gayaldo and Bill Halldin were also sworn into office after winning the November election and former Councilmember Scott Yuill was honored for his service over the past 12 years.

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City of Rocklin Offices will Close
Dec. 24, 2018 - Jan. 1 , 2019

Holiday Hours for Rocklin City Offices

The City of Rocklin public offices will be closed from Monday, December 24, 2018, through January 1, 2019, as the City conducts its 21st annual holiday furlough. Emergency services will continue to be provided at full staffing levels.

“Traditionally, the number of routine calls handled by the City between Christmas and New Year’s Day is low,” said Rocklin spokesperson Michael Young. “This closure saves the City money and allows employees the opportunity to spend time with their families.”

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Rocklin Fire Santa Tours

Every December the Rocklin Firefighters are called upon to assist Santa Claus in visiting the neighborhoods of Rocklin.  This tradition has been occurring in Rocklin since the 1970’s and has continued to be a favorite event of families in the community.  You can follow Santa each night from the the Rocklin Firefighters Local 3847’s Facebook page.

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Breakfast with Santa
Rocklin Event Center

Breakfast with Santa is a fun event for the entire family! Please join us for a yummy breakfast and crafts for the kids. Have your family photo taken with our guest of honor, Santa Claus!

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Holiday Furlough
City Offices Closed Dec. 24 - Jan. 1, 2019

The City of Rocklin public offices will be closed from Monday, December 24, 2018, through January 1, 2019, as the City conducts its 21st annual holiday furlough. Emergency services will continue to be provided at full staffing levels.

“Traditionally, the number of routine calls handled by the City between Christmas and New Year’s Day is low,” said Rocklin spokesperson Michael Young. “This closure saves the City money and allows employees the opportunity to spend time with their families.”

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