Economic Development implements, coordinate and monitors policies and programs to improve the City’s business climate.
This office works to keep Rocklin prosperous by acting on two overarching approaches to economic vitalization - strengthening what the City already has and pursuing what the City needs to achieve a strong, diversified local economy.
As of 2020, Rocklin has a population of 70,469. Major employers in Rocklin are concentrated in education, technology services, commercial, and retail. From 2015 to 2020, jobs in Rocklin increased from 27,853 to 31,290, an increase of 12.3%. This increase outpaces the national growth rate by 12.3%. The top three industries are:
- Education and Hospitals (Local Government)
- Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
|EMPLOYER||NUMBER OF JOBS|
|Sierra Joint Community College District||1,200|
|Horizon West Healthcare, Inc.||909|
|Rocklin Unified School District||889|
|S.E. Scher Corporation||663|
|American Healthcare Administrative Services, Inc.||490|
|United Natural Foods West, Inc.||385|
|SMA America Production LLC||377|
|City of Rocklin||238|
|First Technology Federal Credit Union||211|
|Educational Media Foundation||200|
|Bi Warehousing, Inc.||177|
|United Parcel Service, Inc.||151|
|Infinity Energy Inc.||150|
|J.R. Pierce Plumbing Co., Inc. of Sacramento||150|
|Golden Eagle Distributing Corporation||131|
|Brightview Landscape Services, Inc.||122|
|Road Safety, Inc||120|
|Sonoran Roofing, Inc.||120|
|Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.||111|
|Bel Air Mart||106|
|Cha-Dor Realty LLC||102|
|Pacific Secured Equities, Inc.||100|
*A job is defined as any permanent full-time or part-time, permanent position.
Updated November 2021
For new businesses, staff at the PBRC can help identify funding options and walk you through the steps that will turn your idea into a successful venture. For existing businesses, they can assist with strategizing expansion plans and accessing capital to position you for sustainable growth.