The Department of Administrative Services provides financial and human resources support to all City departments. Administrative Services also provides information to the public on matters concerning the City’s finances and employment opportunities within the City.
The Department has two divisions: Finance and Human Resources.
The City Attorney’s office also:
- Prepares and/or reviews all ordinances, resolutions, contracts and other documents
- Represents the City in civil litigation and acts as liaison to outside special counsel
The City Attorney does not represent individuals on private matters.
The City Manager is appointed by the City Council and is responsible for implementing and carrying out the policies of the Council. As the chief executive officer of the City, the City Manager supervises operations, directs departments and services, and enforces the laws and policies as adopted by the City Council.
The City Manager’s Office coordinates:
- Human Resources
- Legislative Advocacy
- Public Affairs and City Commerce
The following are three different ways you can report an ordinance violation to Code Compliance:
Access Rocklin is an easy way to send your questions, complaints and compliments directly to the City staff person who can help you.
Call Code Compliance at 916.625.5498 to report an ordinance violation.
2015 – 2016 Project Results
In cooperation with the City and its citizens, Developers have participated in and have agreed to make the following approved contributions to Rocklin should their projects proceed. New housing units represent entitled projects only and do not necessarily include units permitted or constructed.
The Rocklin Library is a Placer County Library Branch offering three self-checkout machines, a community room, unique reading spaces, a welcoming atmosphere and use of color, and expanded Friends of the Rocklin Library book sales. It also has 13 computers for public use, an Early Literacy Station, and WiFi throughout the building.
The City of Rocklin Public Services Department works to keep city streets clean and safe, landscape areas healthy and green, street lighting systems and traffic signals operating, and creeks and open space areas pollution free.
Public Services also operates and maintains the City’s fleet of vehicles, as well as coordinates Capital Improvement Projects.