Business Support Policies

Overview

Rocklin COVID Business Support Policies

  • Temporary advertising and promotional signs are allowed until November 1 without a permit. Signs must still be kept on the business’ property, not impede the public right-of-way, or present a safety hazard.
  • Outdoor dining standards have been modified to assist restaurants in serving customers comfortably and safely. Details and an online application can be found here. The current program ends November 1.
  • Temporary advertising and promotional signs are allowed until November 1 without a permit. Signs must still be kept on the business’ property, not impede the public right-of-way, or present a safety hazard.
  • Outdoor dining standards have been modified to assist restaurants in serving customers comfortably and safely. Details and an online application can be found here. The current program ends November 1.
News

Sign Ordinance Relaxation and Other COVID-19 Business Programs To Conclude

Enforcement of the City of Rocklin’s commercial sign ordinance will resume on November 1, 2021.

The sign ordinance was relaxed in the spring of 2020 to help businesses advertise various forms of operations under coronavirus restrictions. With California’s economy fully reopened, the exceptions to the City rules will sunset.

Form

Rocklin Offers Restaurants More Flexibility with Temporary Outdoor Dining Guidelines
Outdoor Dining Application

Placer County restaurants are currently limited to outdoor dining and take-out operations under the California COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. The City of Rocklin would like to support restaurants in the City boundaries by temporarily allowing the creation or expansion of outdoor dining areas to facilitate social distancing. This is a temporary allowance set by the City Council of the City of Rocklin, and is subject to the following guidelines: