Traffic Safety Committee Town Hall Meeting
Thursday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m. at the Rocklin Event Center
Rocklin residents take pride in living in a safe, family-oriented community. As Rocklin has developed and the population increased, the City’s 550 lane miles of road have become busier with people commuting to work, taking kids to school, or just walking or biking to the numerous parks in the area.
Traffic safety issues affect everyone and the City of Rocklin often receives and responds to traffic inquiries from citizens who want to improve conditions in their neighborhoods.
To offer opportunities for residents to learn more about traffic safety planning and to share traffic safety concerns, the City will hold its first traffic safety committee town hall on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m. at the Rocklin Event Center.
“The involvement of Rocklin residents in their communities is what makes the City a great place to live. The traffic safety town hall will help people to better understand city policies designed to manage roadways, connect with dedicated City staff, and improve traffic conditions in their neighborhoods,” Councilmember Joe Patterson said.
Patterson speaks to constituents regularly about traffic issues and, with the direction and approval of the entire City Council, helped staff develop the town hall format.
The Oct. 15 agenda can be found below, including a link to participate by Zoom. The agenda includes an overview of City traffic safety statistics, information about speed limits, how to submit traffic-related concerns, updates on city traffic projects, and more.
A list of answers to frequently asked traffic safety questions and information on where to report neighborhood traffic issues can be found at www.rocklin.ca.us/trafficsafety.