The Sunset Whitney Recreation Area (SWRA) has become a popular place for Rocklin residents to enjoy the outdoors since the opening of the West Trails in the fall of 2019.
The trails provide a great resource for people looking to walk, bike or just get a little fresh air during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Some of Placer County’s COVID-19 metrics are beginning to cross state-defined thresholds for increased monitoring. This includes hospitalizations as well as the 14-day COVID-19 case rate per 100,000 residents, which today stands at 101.4, for the first time exceeding the State’s case rate threshold. While State data lags behind local data, it is likely these data points will soon be updated on the State’s county data chart.
The waterworks at the new splash pad at Johnson-Springview Park will be flowing this Friday, July 10, at 10 a.m. to help residents beat the heat all summer!
“We are so excited to have the splash pad open in Johnson-Springview Park. Residents and visitors will be able to enjoy this addition for years to come. This is just one more way our parks help make Rocklin a great place to live,” said Susanne Stockton, Chair of the Parks, Recreation, and Arts Commission.