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
The City Manager’s Office coordinates:
- Human Resources
- Legislative Advocacy
- Public Affairs and City Commerce
The Community Development Department is responsible for overseeing the responsible and sustainable growth of the City while ensuring safety and quality of life. All related permits, entitlements, and site development projects are processed through the Permit Center and reviewed by the Building, Planning, and Engineering Divisions, as applicable.
The Finance Department delivers valuable services to the City of Rocklin, including handling and maintaining:
- The general ledger
- Accounts payable and accounts receivable
- Fixed asset records
- Grant performance
The Finance Department also monitors all sources of revenues and maintains the records for 15 Assessment Districts (financing authorities).
Mission Statement: Respond Quickly … Solve Problems … Be nice!
The Rocklin Fire Department is made up of 39 dedicated, trained professional firefighters who work tirelessly to keep the community safe. Trained as both Firefighters and Paramedics, this all-risk staff is ready to respond to any number of calls ranging from structure fires, wildland fires, advanced life support, vehicle accidents and rescue operations. With a population that has grown by over 60% since the year 2000, the Rocklin Fire Department is constantly adapting and responding to the diverse and ever changing needs of the community.
Welcome to Human Resources, and thank you for considering employment with the City of Rocklin.
The City will announce job openings as they occur. Applications are accepted only for posted positions. Resumes unaccompanied by an application are not accepted. For information about employment opportunities, please call our Job Line at (916) 625-5060 or visit the Human Resources office, located on the second floor of City Hall.
The Rocklin Library is a Placer County Library Branch offering four 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.
Community Meeting Room
Room Capacity: Split Room Capability: 49 + 47 = Limit 96
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.
City of Rocklin offices will reopen to the public on Tuesday, May 26, in compliance with the State of California’s Resilience Roadmap allowing office functions to resume where telework is not possible.
The City has implemented key prevention practices recommend by public health authorities to reopen safely and responsibly, including, but not limited, to:
- Physical distancing to the maximum extent possible, including installation of protective barriers at front counters and between employee workstations
- Strongly encouraging customers to use face coverings at all times when inside City buildings
- Strongly encouraging employees to use face coverings when interacting with customers and when physical distancing is not possible between employees
- Frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection of surfaces
- Employee training and information on the elements of the COVID-19 prevention plan
- Posting of recommend behaviors for employees and guests in prominent areas
Customers are asked to conduct as much business as possible with the City online or by phone, but front counters and lobbies will be open during regular business hours. Staffing will be limited as teleworking continues, where possible.
City of Rocklin leadership will continue to monitor public health recommendations, evaluate procedures and make changes accordingly.
PARKS & RECREATION UPDATES
- Parks and Recreation programs and rentals through July 31st
will be cancelled. Refunds due to cancellations will be
processed by staff in the coming days. We will try to
accommodate requests to postpone and reschedule rentals as
availability of our venues permit. Staff will be reaching out to
all reservations affected by this closure prior to processing
- Skyhawks and National Academy of Athletics sports camps have been approved by Placer County Health to run and operate starting July 6th. We are currently taking registration online and in-office. More details, go to our online registration platform or call us at 916-625-5200.
- As of Tuesday, May 5th, the City of Rocklin has
reopened playgrounds at City parks to provide additional
healthy outdoor recreation opportunities to residents.The
following amenities will be re-opened or continue to be open as
- Playgrounds and play equipment will re-open
- Trails remain open
- Dog Park remains open
- Pavilions, picnic areas, and BBQ pits will re-open
- Sports courts (currently open for same household use)
- Disc golf course has re-opened
- Skate park remains open
- Splash Pads at Whitney Park and Kathy Lund Park reopening 6/26, Johnson Springview Park on 7/10
- Athletic fields remain open with only non-contact sports or recreational activities authorized.
- Athletic conditioning and drills will now be allowed with
proper permitting by the Parks & Recreation office. To
obtain, please call 916-625-5200 for more information.
- *With staff unable to maintain park restrooms and drinking fountains, they will remain closed.
- The City asks residents to take personal responsibility when using the play areas with their families by following required social distancing protocols at all times. The City also strongly recommends disinfecting hands prior to and after use of playgrounds, and using face coverings when six-foot social distancing cannot be maintained.
- We continue to recommended non-contact activities, such as:
- Walking, biking, hiking, running, and other things that do not include bodily contact.
- General tips to reduce the spread of COVID-19 include:
- If you are sick, please stay home. (Except to get medical care)
- Follow social distancing recommendations and keep 6 feet from others.
- Masks or cloth face coverings are strongly advised when 6′ distancing cannot be maintained.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Wash your hands before and after your visit.